Emergency dental consultations in Delaware

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Emergency Dental Consultation Across Delaware

Call us now on (866) 525-3001 for an immediate consultation with an online dentist in Delaware.

If you are in the Delaware you probably know by now, it is often very difficult to get a hold of an emergency dentist when we need one!

So, instead of driving for miles and waiting for hours in an emergency room, TeleDentistry.com is here to offer you instant access to an emergency dentist who can evaluate your dental condition, prescribe appropriate medications and refer you to a local dentist who can care for you immediately.

All this without having to leave the comfort of your home!

We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and are committed to caring for you in a few simple clicks.

We know how much pain you may be going through right now, so let our TeleDentistry team take good care of you!

Delaware Emergency Dental Services

Delaware offers a wide range of dental practices and dental services, and there certainly is a lot of choice!

Yet, finding an emergency dentist in Delaware, at times, can prove difficult. That is why, here at teledentistry.com we offer the most comprehensive 24/7 online emergency dental care Delaware has to offer, so you don’t have to wait and worry!

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About Teledentistry.com

Teledentistry.com is the world’s largest provider of virtual dental care services. And if you are looking for emergency dental services, our dentists are available 24/7 to help provide patients in Delaware with quick access to dental consultations in the event of a dental emergency or any other dental concern. 

Our dentists can prescribe medications such as antibiotics and pain medication (no controlled substances) and send the prescription directly to your local pharmacy for pickup. Call us today at 866-525-3001 to get a consultation that often is covered by most insurances including Medicaid, to get started!

Top Cities in Delaware

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Wilmington

Wilmington is located in New Castle County, Delaware. Wilmington is also the county seat of the county. Having a 2020 population of 69,293, Wilmington is the largest city in Delaware and the 543rd largest city in the United States. Currently, it is declining at a rate of -0.42% per year, and its population has decreased by -2.20 percent since the recent census, which recorded a population of 70,851 in 2010. Wilmington spans 17 miles and has a population density of 6,355 people per square mile.

Dover

The city of Dover is situated in Kent County, Delaware. Dover serves as the county seat for Kent County. With a population of 38,640 in 2020, it is the second-largest city in Delaware (after Wilmington) and the 1026th largest city in the nation. Currently, Dover is growing at a rate of 0.41% per year, and its population has increased by 7.19% since the recent census, which recorded a population of 36,047 in 2010. Dover has a population density of 1,633 people per square mile, and it spans over 24 miles.

Newark

Newark is located in the county of New Castle in Delaware. Having a population of 33,371 in 2020, Wilmington is the 3rd largest city in Delaware (after Wilmington) and the 1190th largest city in the United States. Newark’s population is currently declining by -0.14% per year, but its population has increased by 6.09% since the recent census, which recorded a population of 31,454 in 2010. Newark stretches over nine miles and has a population density of 3,631 people per square mile.

Middletown

Delaware’s Middletown is located in New Castle County. Having a population of 24,526 as of 2020, Wilmington is the 4th largest city in Delaware (after Wilmington, ) as well as the 1575th largest city in the United States. Currently, Middletown is growing at a rate of 2.26% per year, and its population has increased by 29.97% since the recent census, which recorded a population of 18,871 in 2010. Middletown has a population density of 2,077 people per square mile, spanning over 12 miles.

Bear

Delaware’s New Castle County includes the city of Bear. The city has a population of 20,850 in 2020. The bear population is currently declining at a rate of 0.00% annually, and its population has increased by 7.64% since the recent census, which recorded a population of 19,371 in 2010.

Glasgow

The city of Glasgow is located in Delaware. As of 2020, Glasgow will have a population of 14,359. The population of Glasgow is currently declining at a rate of 0.00% per year, and its population has increased by 0.39% since the recent census, which recorded a population of 14,303 in 2010.

Brookside

The city of Brookside is located in Delaware. The population of Brookside is 13,396 in 2020. Currently, Brookside is declining at a rate of -0.00% annually, and its population has decreased by -6.67% since the recent census, which recorded a population of 14,353 in 2010.

Hockessin

The city of Hockessin is located in New Castle County, Delaware. The population of Hockessin is 13,157 in 2020. Currently, Hockessin is declining at a rate of 0.00% a year and its population has decreased by -2.74% since the recent census, which recorded a population of 13,527 in 2010.

Milford

Milford is located in Sussex County, Delaware. With a population of 12,860 in 2020, Wilmington is the 5th largest city in Delaware (after Wilmington) as well as the 2585th largest city in the United States. Currently, it is growing at a rate of 3.01 percent annually and its population has increased by 34.53 percent since the recent census, which recorded a population of 9,559 in 2010. Milford has a population density of 1,316 residents per square mile, spanning over 10 miles.

Smyrna

The city of Smyrna is located in Kent County, Delaware. Having a 2020 population of 12,473, it is the sixth-largest city in Delaware and the 2644th largest city in the United States. Currently, Smyrna is growing at an annual rate of 1.80% and its population has increased by 24.44% since the recent census, which recorded a population of 10,023 in 2010. The population density of Smyrna, which stretches over 6 miles, is 1,986 people per square mile.

Top Dental Emergencies in Delaware

1. Toothache

We have all been there, painful toothache! Although a toothache is generally more of an annoyance than a serious problem, pain is never a good thing, and it could be indicating a number of underlying conditions including tooth decay.

Whilst most toothaches are manageable without having to seek emergency dental treatment, there may be certain signs such as swelling or increasing pain that may require immediate attention.

When faced with toothache we recommend first applying a cold compress to the outside of the cheek and then call us to find a dental clinic in close to you to book an appointment to get a thorough checkup. In the meantime avoid common remedies such as taking any sort of painkiller or aspirin because this can cause the burning of the cheek tissue.

Call our team now on (866) 525-3001 to book an immediate appointment with one of our online dental specialists.

2. Chipped or Broken Teeth

A chipped or broken tooth can not only hurt but it can also spoil our perfect smile! Often a chipped or broken tooth happens when we are eating or being too overzealous with taking our next sip of wine or beer!

If you are suffering from a chipped or broken tooth then we recommend you first rinse your mouth with warm water and apply some gauze to the bleeding. You can then apply a cold compress to the cheek closest to the damaged tooth to not only reduce the swelling but also to relieve the pain.

Of course, now you need to seek professional dental advice to get the issue fixed and avoid any longer-term complications.

Fixing chipped or broken teeth is something that we specialize in here at TeleDentistry, so book your appointment by calling  (866) 525-3001 now, and speak with a specialist in the next 5 minutes and let us help you with your pain!

3. Knocked-out Tooth

Having a tooth knocked out is usually not particularly painful but it can cause us a whole lot of worry and grief, on how to exactly get it fixed up and how much it will cost. If your tooth is knocked out, we recommend picking it up where you find it by the crown and rinsing it with some cold water [if it is dirtied]. Avoid scrubbing the tooth as we don’t want to cause any more damage to it. Place it somewhere safe and clean and give us a call on (866) 525-3001. The quicker you can act in terms of having the tooth pushed back into its ‘socket’ the better your chances of having your original tooth and smile restored to their former glory! So, give us a call now if you have suffered a knocked-out tooth, talk to an expert, and book in for an appointment to get it fixed up!

4. Lost Filling or Crown

When you lose a filling or crown you should be looking to get this treated immediately to avoid any further damage or risking infection. Don’t worry, this is a relatively common dental emergency, and we can find you an easy fix, so just give us a call on  (866) 525-3001, talk to an expert, and have a personal appointment booked right away.

5. Broken Orthodontics

Many of us have braces, to help us create and form the perfect smile, but naturally, sometimes they break on us! Generally, braces are designed to withstand daily chewing, talking and eating, but at times the wires that form our braces can break, stick out, and even poke the site of your inner cheek and gum – which can be painful! Of course, when the braces are not set correctly and are damaged, this doesn’t help with getting our teeth aligned how we want them to be. If your brace has broken and is causing you pain, fear not, we deal with these issues on a daily basis, so give us a call on (866) 525-3001 and let one of our experts help you solve the problem today.

6. Abscess

A dental abscess can form as a pocket of pus in a tooth caused by an infection. Often this infection comes from an untreated cavity, injury or an old piece of dental work. A dental abscess can be painful and even lead to a fever. A dental abscess can be relatively serious if not treated and may require draining, antibiotics, or more complex surgery, so please seek immediate advice and book in for a consultation today. If you have a mouth abscess then call us immediately on (866) 525-3001 and let one of our team help you, don’t worry, we are here for you!

7. Bleeding and Pain after a Tooth Extraction

If you have recently had a tooth extracted, sometimes you may experience bleeding and pain. Don’t worry, this is relatively normal, however, if the bleeding and pain continue, we suggest you give us a call to explore further. Call us on (866) 525-3001 to talk to a member of the TeleDentistry team today!

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More About Delaware

Delaware is a state in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States, bordering Maryland to its south and west; Pennsylvania to its north; and New Jersey and the Atlantic Ocean to its east. The state takes its name from the nearby Delaware River, in turn named after Thomas West, 3rd Baron De La Warr, an English nobleman and Virginia’s first colonial governor.[11]

Delaware occupies the northeastern portion of the Delmarva Peninsula and some islands and territory within the Delaware River. It is the second-smallest and sixth-least populous state, but also the sixth-most densely populated. Delaware’s largest city is Wilmington, while the state capital is Dover, the second-largest city in the state. The state is divided into three counties, having the lowest number of any state (unless one counts Louisiana and Alaska, which do not have counties, but parishes and boroughs respectively); from north to south, they are New Castle County, Kent County, and Sussex County. While the southern two counties have historically been predominantly agricultural, New Castle is more urbanized, being part of the Delaware Valley Metropolitan Statistical Area centered on Philadelphia. Delaware’s geography, culture, and history combine elements of the Mid-Atlantic, Northeastern, and Southern regions of the country.

Alaska is by far the largest U.S. state by area, comprising more total area than the next three largest states (Texas, California, and Montana) combined. It represents the seventh largest subnational division in the world. It is the third-least populous and the most sparsely populated state, but by far the continent’s most populous territory located mostly north of the 60th parallel, with a population of 736,081 as of 2020—more than quadruple the combined populations of Northern Canada and Greenland.[3] Approximately half of Alaska’s residents live within the Anchorage metropolitan area. The state capital of Juneau is the second-largest city in the United States by area, comprising more territory than the states of Rhode Island and Delaware. The former capital of Alaska, Sitka, is the largest U.S. city by area.

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