A Quick Response and Compassionate Care

Your emergency dentists in Randallstown, MD

We are currently only seeing patients with urgent/emergency dental concerns as mandated by the State of Maryland:

Pursuant to the Executive Order of March 16, 2020, relating to various health care matters and in accordance with the guidance issued by MDH and posted on its website at http://coronavirus.maryland.gov, all providers of health care licensed, certified, or otherwise authorized under the Health Occupations Article shall perform only medical procedures that are critically necessary for the maintenance of health for a patient. All elective and nonurgent medical procedures and appointments shall cease effective at 5 p.m., Tuesday, March 24, 2020, and shall not be performed for the duration of the catastrophic health emergency.

Our Temporary Office Hours during this time of crisis are

Monday to Thursday: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Friday: Closed

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We Take the Stress Out of Dental Emergencies

When you have a dental emergency, your life gets put on hold. All of us at Dental Care of Baltimore understand how stressful and inconvenient a dental emergency can be. That is why we will do everything we can to relieve your pain, restore your oral health, and get you back to your daily routine.

Quick Relief with a Long-Term Solution

As your emergency dentists, Dr. George Evans Sr., Dr. Kira Evans, and Dr. George Evans Jr. will provide an oral examination, determine the best course of treatment to relieve your pain and offer a long-term solution. We perform a wide range of emergency dentistry services, so whether you have a toothache or experience a traumatic facial injury, we can help you!

If you are experiencing a Dental Emergency please call our Randallstown Office Northwest Hospital Professional Center New Patient Phone Number443-426-4441 or Owings Mills Office LifeBridge Health at Foundry Row New Patient Phone Number443-426-4368 immediately and we will do our very best to see you as soon as possible.

When Should I Call Dental Care of Baltimore?

If you are not sure whether a visit to an emergency dentist is necessary, consider this list of common dental emergencies:

  • Emergency Dentist Logo A permanent tooth gets knocked out
  • Pus in the mouth, or other signs of infection (such as an abscess)
  • A toothache
  • A cracked or broken tooth
  • Trauma to the teeth, gums, tongue, cheeks, or lips
  • Foreign objects stuck in the mouth
  • The jaw gets locked in position

Please call us immediately if any one of these emergencies occurs.

Our practice has over 30 years of dental experience and serves as an emergency dentist in Randallstown, MD, and the surrounding areas. If you are in need of emergency dentistry services, please call our office as soon as possible. We want to help you get out of pain and restore your oral health.

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Are You Ready to Take Care of Your Smile?

We are currently accepting New Patients and would love to help you take your smile to the next level.
Call our Randallstown Office Northwest Hospital Professional Center New Patient Phone Number 443-426-4441 or Owings Mills Office LifeBridge Health at Foundry Row New Patient Phone Number 443-426-4368 or

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