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We Welcome Same-Day Dental Emergencies

At Green Dental Care, we know that dental emergencies can be stressful and painful. When unexpected issues arise, our team is here to help with compassionate care. We are dedicated to providing quality dental services for patients in Parker, and that’s why we offer same-day appointments if you are in pain or suffering from an injury. Whether you have insurance or not, the team at Green Dental Care can help! Call us now at (720) 845-5252, or visit our office for efficient care.

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Dental Insurance Friendly

We file insurance for you and accept almost all dental insurance plans. Call us today and one of our administrative assistants will easily answer this question for you.

No Insurance?
No Problem.

Our Dental Savings Plan is designed to provide greater access to quality dental care at an affordable price. The plan includes discounted services comparable too traditional insurance.

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Financing Options

For patients with larger cosmetic or restorative cases that may require financing, we are happy to refer you to some reputable denal financing vendors.


If you experience a toothache that lasts for more than a day or two, you’re having a dental emergency. Persistent toothaches are often a sign that a tooth is infected. If you have a persistent, painful toothache we offer sedation options to help provide a calming experience.

Patients from the following South Denver communities love us!

  • Aurora, CO
  • Parker, CO
  • Castle Rock, CO
  • Lone Tree, CO
  • Castle Pines, CO
  • Monument, CO
  • Highlands Ranch, CO
  • Larkspur, CO
  • Elizabeth, CO

What shouldn't i do during a dental emergency?

If you are experiencing a dental emergency, there are a few common mistakes that you’ll want to avoid when seeking care.

  • Don’t wait to get help – Contact Dr. Green at Green Dental Care right away for an emergency appointment.
  • Don’t use aspirin for pain relief – Aspirin is a blood thinner, and can prevent proper clotting.
  • You shouldn’t take aspirin for pain relief if you’re bleeding.
  • Consider naproxen (Advil) or acetaminophen (Tylenol) as an alternative.
  • Conditions like a severe toothache, gum disease, and pulled-out or damaged dental work like fillings and crowns also count as dental emergencies.