Emergency Dental Services

Emergency Dentists Holland, MIIf you are having a dental emergency, call our office at (616) 396-7524. If our office is closed and you can’t get in contact with us, go to the nearest emergency room.

The sooner you act, the better chance you’ll have of preventing permanent damage to your smile. Whether you need emergency tooth extraction or to repair a broken tooth, your first step should always be to call our office. The types of dental emergencies we treat include:

  • Knocked-out tooth
  • Broken tooth
  • Severe toothache
  • Lost dental crown
  • Bitten lip or tongue that won’t stop bleeding
  • Dental abscess (pocket of infection in gums)
  • Lost dental filling

What to Do If Your Tooth is Knocked Out

  1. Pick up tooth by the crown (top of tooth) to prevent damage to the roots.
  2. Gently rinse dirt and other debris from tooth.
  3. If possible, place tooth back in socket so tooth doesn’t dry out. If you are unable to put the tooth back in its socket, submerge the tooth in milk.
  4. Call our office or go to the nearest emergency room.

What to Do If You Break Your Tooth

  1. Save all pieces of broken tooth.
  2. Rinse mouth with warm water.
  3. Apply cold compress to reduce pain and swelling.
  4. Call our office or go to the nearest emergency room.

Get Emergency Dental Help

Our Holland, MI, emergency dentist works hard to prevent tooth loss and restore smiles after a traumatic dental injury. If you need emergency dental care, call Macatawa Smiles at (616) 396-7524, or contact us online.


Dear Patient Family,

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a difficult time for all of us. Many of you have been forced to wait for dental care and we appreciate your understanding while we kept our office closed to follow orders from the Governor's Office.

We are happy to say that we are opening our office for all patient treatment on June 1st, 2020. Our hours of operation will go back to normal, Monday-Thursday 8am - 5pm. We want you to know that there will be some changes at your next appointment. Please be patient with us as our protocols will inevitably change as new guidelines are released.

  • We ask that you use our parking lot as the waiting room.
  • Please wear a mask when you come into the office and leave it on until entering the treatment room. Homemade is acceptable.
  • Only the person receiving treatment should come in the building, all others will be asked to wait in the car if at all possible. The exception will be for our minor patients who may have one parent accompany them.
  • We will be asking you some questions when you arrive at the office and we will also be taking your temperature.
  • We will not be able to offer magazines, drinks, or toys at this time as they cannot be disinfected to our standards. Eventually this will change and we will be happy to offer our amenities once again.

These changes have been made to adhere to the latest CDC guidelines and for the benefit of our patients and our staff. We want you to know that our office has always taken the safety of our patients very seriously and that we will continue to follow the highest levels of sterilization and disinfection to keep you protected. If you would like more information on what measures we have taken we would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.

We cannot say how excited we are to see all of our patients again and to provide for their dental needs. We look forward to seeing all of your smiling faces soon!

Dr. Habecker and Team