Our priority as your dental care provider has always been to preserve and protect your health and safety. That mission continues to be just as important today. For those patients in need of emergency dental care, we’ll still be providing high-quality dentistry, including:

  • Urgent Care Cases
  • Oral Infection Treatments
  • Tooth Pain Relief
  • And more

We are here for you, and will always make every effort to fit you into our schedule. Call or contact our office today to get the care you need. 

Emergency Care:

If you are in need of any form of urgent dental care, such as treatment for a broken tooth or oral infection, we will be able to provide the necessary care safely and with compassion. 

Taking Care of Your Health:

As always, our team is strictly adhering to the highest standards of sterilization and cleanliness to ensure your overall health and wellness. 

Schedule Now:

Our staff will continue to serve our incredible community with the best possible dental care for as long as permitted. Schedule an appointment with us today. 

 

Still Your Trusted Dental Care Team

At Apex Dental Care, your comfort and health are just as important to us as always. Together, we can overcome obstacles and continue to provide the best possible dental health care. If you have any questions regarding our procedures or our availability, please do not hesitate to reach out. We look forward to caring for you at your next appointment. 

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