Highgrove Dental Care
A Great Dentist
  • Dental Office St. Paul MN

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Welcome to Our Practice

We feature pain-free and sedation dentistry to make your patient experience comfortable and relaxed. Even if you have had difficulty getting and staying numb or you have some catching up to do when it comes to your dentistry, we can help you achieve and maintain excellent oral health. We look forward to welcoming your entire family to our Saint Paul, MN dental office.

Dr. O'Neill

With over thirty years of experience, Dr. O'Neill offers high-quality, reliable results to our patients seeking general, cosmetic, and emergency dentistry. Our entire team is committed to providing you with an outstanding experience consistently.


"Dr. O'Neill is a perfectionist! He knows the latest techniques and has the most updated equipment. He is very thorough in his assessments and is knowledgeable. I highly recommend him. Great, friendly staff. Very professional." - Mary Dunnavan

What are some examples of common dental emergencies?

As your Saint Paul emergency dentist, our treatment team at Highgrove Dental Care sees dental emergencies regularly. From knocked-out teeth and painful sports injuries to internal dental infections, we have seen it all. 

If you’re wondering whether your condition is a real emergency, the best thing to do is call our dental office right away. Because we have years of experience treating dental emergencies in Saint Paul, we can talk through your injury with you and help you assess the damage over the phone. Your dentist is always the best person to recommend a course of treatment for a compromised tooth, so don’t hesitate to reach out if you’re unsure about what to do next. 

Examples of Dental Emergencies 

Most urgent dental injuries tend to fall into one of several categories: 1) damage to a natural tooth that’s still in the mouth, 2) damage to a dental restoration or 3) an injury that forced an entire tooth or teeth outside of the mouth. 

Examples of such common emergencies include:

  • Fractured teeth
  • Bleeding teeth
  • A broken jaw
  • A knocked-out tooth
  • Chipped or cracked teeth
  • Numbness, pain, or swelling around a tooth or near the jaw
  • Cracked crowns, lost fillings, or broken dentures or bridges 

Even if your dental emergency is not listed above, if you’re experiencing pain, bleeding, or sensitivity as the result of facial trauma or dental injury, it could be an emergency. To get the opinion of your trusted Saint Paul dentist, don’t hesitate to call us at (651) 427-3118. 

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