Emergency dental service near me is closing to all but a few hundred people, in response to a new state law mandating emergency care in emergencies.

The emergency dental services are closing from 5 p.m. until 7 a.m., and will not reopen until 7:30 a..m.: the time doctors, nurses and dentists are supposed to get to patients who are sick or in crisis.

The state Department of Public Health said it will notify all residents by text message and email about the closure.

In a statement, the department said it has been in constant communication with the state Department, and that they are monitoring all the details, including the specific time the service will be closed.

The department said that people who need to go to the emergency dental clinic should call its Emergency Dental Clinic at 217-373-6100.

If you cannot visit, the DPH can provide you with an emergency number.

Emergency dental care in Illinois was expanded in 2015, with the passage of a law called the Emergency Medical Services Act (EMSA), which mandated the state to offer emergency dental clinics.

The law, which was signed by Gov.

Bruce Rauner in 2015 and is currently being challenged in court, requires emergency dental centers to be open by 7 a