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If you are in pain with a toothache, call us at 855-311-3573 to get an appointment today, during our normal business hours, with Dr. Brady Sherly. He will quickly get you out of pain.

Dr. Brady Sherly will perform a brief procedure to relieve the pain. After your pain is relieved, he will examine your tooth to identify the cause of the pain and recommend treatment for it. If you have a toothache, you shouldn’t delay treatment.

Reasons to See An Emergency Dentist

If your toothache has lingered, it is most likely caused by an infection. Until you receive treatment for it, the infection will spread and potentially cause more problems. Removing the infection requires cleaning out the pulp of your tooth—to the very ends of the roots. This procedure is called a root canal treatment. It’s unlikely that you’ll receive the root canal treatment during your emergency appointment today, but you will get pain relief today.

Emergency Dentist

Some people delay making an appointment if the toothache starts to feel better. But if it feels better, it’s probably because the pulp of the tooth is dead and the infection has spread to the bone. The infection needs to be stopped, so don’t put off making or keeping your appointment.

If you’re not in pain, but a filling in a tooth has fallen out or a tooth has broken, the sooner you receive treatment, the easier it will be to correct the problem. Prompt treatment also means that you will be less likely to experience pain later.

If you are in pain with a toothache, call us at (+1)855-311-3573 to get an appointment today, during our normal business hours, with Dr. Brady Sherly. He will quickly get you out of pain.

Dr. Brady Sherly will perform a brief procedure to relieve the pain. After your pain is relieved, he will examine your tooth to identify the cause of the pain and recommend treatment for it. If you have a toothache, you shouldn’t delay treatment.

Reasons to See An Emergency Dentist

If your toothache has lingered, it is most likely caused by an infection. Until you receive treatment for it, the infection will spread and potentially cause more problems. Removing the infection requires cleaning out the pulp of your tooth—to the very ends of the roots. This procedure is called a root canal treatment. It’s unlikely that you’ll receive the root canal treatment during your emergency appointment today, but you will get pain relief today.

Some people delay making an appointment if the toothache starts to feel better. But if it feels better, it’s probably because the pulp of the tooth is dead and the infection has spread to the bone. The infection needs to be stopped, so don’t put off making or keeping your appointment.

If you’re not in pain, but a filling in a tooth has fallen out or a tooth has broken, the sooner you receive treatment, the easier it will be to correct the problem. Prompt treatment also means that you will be less likely to experience pain later.

Why Many Prefer Cherry Hill Emergency Dentist Dr. Sherly

The first visit our patient Pat had with us was an emergency. Pat wrote: "I live in Pennsylvania, but I work in New Jersey. When I had a dental emergency, I needed a dentist near my office. I was lucky to find Dr. Sherly. He and his entire staff were wonderful to deal with. I plan on keeping him as my dentist as long as I work in New Jersey."

Dr. Sherly and his staff won’t embarrass you, scold you, or ask you why you didn’t see a dentist sooner for the problem with your tooth. We’re interested in getting you out of pain and helping you receive the right treatment, so you can avoid further problems.

Call us now at (+1)855-311-3573 to receive an appointment.