Dear valued patients:

Due to recent recommendations from the CDC and mandates from the State of Pennsylvania, our office will be closed effective immediately to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

Your health, and the health of our dedicated staff matters to us, so going forward we will suspend all non-emergency care through May 31st. Patients will be seen only for urgent and emergency dental needs. If you have what you consider an emergency, please call the office and you will be directed to reach Dr. Spilkia. If you are scheduled for an appointment in the upcoming weeks, expect a call from us to reschedule that appointment.

Thank you for your understanding. Be safe and stay healthy!
Dr. Spilkia Regarding Emergency Care During Covid-19
New Patients: (267) 463-2777 | Existing Patients: (215) 624-1935
7052-56 Frankford Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19135
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What is considered a dental emergency for Philadelphia area patients?

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When a dental emergency occurs, Philadelphia patients are often at a loss as to who they can visit, especially when they happen at the most inopportune times. Lost teeth, severe toothaches, and broken restorations can occur day or night, and having a dentist available for care is essential for immediate treatment.

Many patients of David Spilkia Family and Cosmetic Dentistry are aware that Dr. David Spilkia offers emergency dental care, but some are unsure as to what constitutes a dental emergency. Below is a quick breakdown of common dental emergencies handled in our practice:

  • Broken, fractured teeth – caused by trauma or conditions such as bruxism
  • Dental accidents – a blow to the mouth that can result in tooth or tissue damage
  • Trauma to a natural tooth – caused by injury or large area of decay
  • Abscesses – swelling around a tooth, which may require root canal therapy
  • Swollen jaw – a joint that has malfunctioned or infection that has occurred and requires treatment
  • Infected tooth – problems with the dental pulp that can typically be resolved with root canal therapy or extraction
  • Lost restorations (veneers, crowns, and bridges) – when dental restorations are loose or come off, they leave the natural tooth exposed to problems. Replacement is done as soon as possible to ensure maintenance of oral health.

These are just a few of the common dental emergencies handled in our practice. Patients will often call our hotline to describe their situation, and our team can decide if the problem warrants immediate attention or just a next-day dental appointment with Dr. David Spilkia.

Dr. David Spilkia is a dental professional who understands the importance of a healthy, beautiful smile and offers emergency dental care to new and current patients in his practice. He assists patients of all ages in his facility and is excited to meet with you and your family for your emergency and general dental care needs.

 

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Dr. David Spilkia - David Spilkia Family and Cosmetic Dentistry

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Dr. David Spilkia has been attending to the dental needs of the communities of Philadelphia, PA for almost three decades and is trusted by his patients. Having started his education at The City College of New York and graduating from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine in 1983, he practiced dentistry for a few years, before starting the David Spilkia Family and Cosmetic Dentistry in 1988.

Among the range of cosmetic and general dentistry procedures provided by Dr. Spilkia are restorative dentistry, dental implants, smile makeovers, and Invisalign orthodontics.
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