Emergency Dental Care

Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm

The Emergency Dental Clinic is open weekdays for patients who are in severe pain or have signs/symptoms of a dental infection. This clinic is not intended to provide routine dental care.

Patients are seen by appointment only and no walk-in Emergency Services are available.

  • Traumatized patients will be given priority for treatment with other patients seen in the order of their appointment. 
  • You should call as early as 8 a.m. to improve your chances of being seen quickly.
  • You will need to provide a $100 deposit when you sign in for your appointment.  The average estimated cost is $100 (charges may be higher or lower depending on the treatment provided).
  • Please advise staff if the patient is non-English speaking or hearing impaired. Interpreter services may require advance scheduling.

 

Patients of Student Dental Care Providers*: Call student directly.

If you cannot reach your student provider, call the Dental College of Georgia at (706) 721-2371 and press 1.
Patients of Resident Dental Care Providers: Call the appropriate clinic:
  • AEGD/GPR
(706) 721-4025
  • Endo
(706) 721-2151
  • OMFS
(706) 721-9744
  • Ortho
(706) 721-2421
  • Pedo
(706) 721-2716
  • Perio
(706) 721-2441
  • Pros/Esthetics
(706) 721-2261
Patients of Faculty Dental Care Providers (DCG Dental Associates): (706) 721-2696

 * The availability of emergency appointments is determined by the schedules of the dental students; therefore, the volume of patients treated and the appointment times may vary. When dental students are not scheduled in clinics (exam weeks and student breaks), emergency services are only provided for patients of record (those currently receiving treatment here).


Evenings, Weekends, Holidays

If you are unable to reach your student dentist, you are a faculty patient, or you are not currently receiving treatment here, call Augusta University Emergency Services at (706) 721-3893 and tell the operator you have a dental emergency.

If you are not currently receiving treatment at the Dental College of Georgia, call Augusta University Emergency Services at (706) 721-2371 and press 1.