Emergency
Care

The need for emergency dental care can come up at any time of day. If you are experiencing a dental emergency, please see below to learn how to reach Hingham Dentistry and get the attention you need.

Emergency Care

If you are in pain or are having a dental emergency during business hours, please begin by calling our office at (781) 740-0100 to speak with a front desk team member for guidance. After hours, you can call the same number, and you will be provided with the contact information of the dentist on call.

Our goal is to schedule patients who are in pain on the same day, but we will ask for flexibility. Please plan to wait in some cases, as we do our best to respect the patients with previously scheduled appointments.

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Hingham, MA 02043

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Here at Hingham Dentistry, we work diligently to protect our patient's rights and privacy. Requesting an appointment via our Internet portal is considered part of what HIPAA has identified as electronically protected information (ePHI). Unfortunately, despite the best efforts we make or take, there are people or entities that may attempt to intercept the data you transmit to us. By checking the box, and electronically making an appointment, you understand that you are making an appointment over the internet and that Hingham Dentistry will keep this information confidential but cannot guarantee that others, outside of our practice, may not illegally intercept this communication. As a result of continuing, you are sending this transmission and accepting the inherent risk(s) associated with making this request for an appointment. As an alternative, you are always welcome to contact our office via telephone to schedule your appointment.

Disclaimer

This site does not provide medical/dental advice. This content is for informational purposes only. If you have questions regarding a medical/dental condition, always seek the advice of your physician/dentist or other qualified health professional. Developments in medical/dental research may impact this information. If you think you may have a medical/dental emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately.