our dental team at copperhills

Our Dental Team at CopperHills Family Dentistry

We’re a friendly and welcoming group of dental health care professionals who pride themselves on providing professional routine and emergency dental care to you and your family.
CopperHills dental is very pleased to be able to provide services in English, Polish, Portuguese, Farsi, Cantonese, and Ukrainian in our office.

We offer televisions in the operatory for the enjoyment of our patients undergoing dental and orthodontic treatment.
We also have a play area in the reception room for the children, as well as free parking on our lot.

CopperHills Family Dentistry Proudly Offer All of the Following Payment Options to our Patients:

  • Debit
  • VISA
  • MasterCard
  • Cash
  • Direct Billing For Most Insurance Providers


A dental emergency is when you have a toothache that does not improve with regular painkillers, and you have lost the ability to work and perform daily activities. You need to receive emergency services and it is better to contact the dental team CopperHills family dentistry that is ready to provide emergency services.

Copperhills Family Dentistry

A Severe Toothache

A painful toothache is usually an indication of advanced decay that has traveled to the inner, sensitive area of the tooth.

Continuous Gum Bleeding

If you have a severe laceration that causes bleeding for more than 10 minutes, you should immediately head to a local emergency room to seek treatment.

A Suspected Broken Jaw

If you have acute jaw pain from a blow to the face or a hard fall, then there is a chance that your jaw is broken. If this is the case, it’s a time-sensitive matter that requires a trip to the emergency room.

Constant Headaches

A problem that often goes untreated is bruxism (teeth grinding). If you’re constantly under stress, then you may unknowingly do this. Over time, it can wear down your enamel, cause jaw issues and also lead to intense headaches.


What warning signs do you need to see a dental emergency?

Sudden swelling of the face or teeth, usually accompanied by pain, should be taken seriously.
When you have pain and a feeling of pressure on your teeth while eating.
Sometimes the toothache progresses in such a way that the patient is not able to target the pain accurately.

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