Mason Emergency Dentist

Same-day care for your child’s urgent needs!

Is your child in dental pain?

Dental emergencies don’t wait, and neither do we. We specialize in addressing dental emergencies for children. From severe toothaches to accidental tooth injuries, we are equipped to handle your kid’s urgent dental needs promptly and efficiently.

Our Mason emergency dentist provides same-day appointments to address your child’s dental emergencies as swiftly as possible. Call us immediately at (513) 770-1450.

Common dental emergencies we handle

  • Severe and sudden tooth pain
  • Infections at the root of a tooth or in the gums
  • Fractured, chipped, or knocked-out teeth
  • Lost fillings or crowns
  • Dental trauma from accidents
  • Bleeding gums or mouth injuries
  • Severe swelling around the jaw or mouth

Immediate Pain Relief

Quick alleviation of dental discomfort.

Same-Day Appointments

No waiting for urgent needs.

Child-Friendly Sedation Options

We ensure comfort during treatment.

Post-Treatment Guidance

Tips for home care after emergency visits.

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What to do if your child has a dental emergency

If your child has a dental injury or severe pain, acting quickly is important. The sooner you bring them to our kid-friendly emergency dentist, the more we can help!

For a broken, cracked, or chipped tooth:

  • Keep the tooth moist at all times. If it’s a baby tooth, try placing it in a glass of milk or water.
  • To lessen swelling, hold a cold compress against your child’s cheek near the broken tooth.

If your child has a toothache:

  • Don’t put any painkillers directly on the gums; this can hurt the gum tissue.
  • Rinse their mouth with warm water to clean it out.
  • Use dental floss to gently remove any food caught between their teeth.
  • Rinse again, this time with a saltwater solution (1/2 teaspoon of salt in a cup of warm water).
  • Apply a warm compress to your child’s cheek to help relieve pain.

Even if the pain seems to go away, there could still be an underlying issue. If your child has any of these symptoms, please call us now at (513) 770-1450. We’re ready to make your child smile again!

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Paying for smiles made easy!

At CVD Kids, we have many ways to ensure your child's smile stays bright and healthy. You can choose from our easy payment options:

  • Cash
  • CareCredit
  • Checks
  • Credit card
  • In-office financing
  • Office savings program


We team up with most PPO insurances to help you pay for your child's dental care. Our friendly team will give you a detailed explanation of your benefits and assist with any potential extra expenses.

Hear from our happy moms and dads

Absolutely wonderful experience. My 8-year-old son always looks forward to his cleanings with the dentist—great environment and great work!

— Fils M.

This place is wonderful. The dentist and the assistants offer excellent customer service! They’re very knowledgeable and keep a professional and clean office.

— Lane K.

Professional staff and outstanding dental work. From cleanings to major dental work, their team does a great job.

— Anne M.

Fun-filled dental appointments

Our office is equipped with fantastic features guaranteed to put a smile on your child's face, including:

  • NNoise-canceling headphones
  • NWeighted comfy blankets
  • NEngaging TV shows
  • NAn awesome play area

We're here to make your child's dental experience as fun and enjoyable as possible!

Our Office

5168 Cedar Village Dr
Mason, OH 45040
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Monday: OFF (Answering phones: 8am - 5pm)
Tuesday: 7am - 5pm
Wednesday: 8am - 6pm
Thursday: 7am - 5pm
Friday: 7am - 1pm

Let's keep those little smiles shining!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What counts as a dental emergency for kids?

If your child has a toothache, trouble when eating or talking, a loose or broken tooth, or if their gums won’t stop bleeding and are swollen, it’s time to call us. We’re here to help figure out if it’s an emergency.

How can I tell if my child has a tooth infection?

Look out for these signs:

  • A toothache that doesn’t go away
  • Teeth that are extra sensitive to hot or cold
  • Gums or jaw that hurt or feel tender

How can I tell if my child has a tooth infection?

Look out for these signs:

  • A toothache that doesn’t go away
  • Teeth that are extra sensitive to hot or cold
  • Gums or jaw that hurt or feel tender

Does my child's tooth need to be pulled?

Not all tooth problems mean your child’s tooth must come out. We’ll check carefully and see if we can fix it with a simpler treatment like a filling or a crown. If the tooth needs to be pulled, we’ll ensure you and your child know exactly what to expect.

Will my child's toothache just go away?

Sometimes a toothache might stop hurting for a bit, but that doesn’t mean the problem is gone. It’s important to get it checked out right away to stop more serious problems later.

What should I do if my child loses a tooth?

If the tooth is still whole, pick it up by the top part (not the root), rinse it under water, and put it back in place if you can. Then call us right away. The quicker you act, the better chance we have to save the tooth.