Emergency Dental Services in Toronto, North York, Richmond Hill, Vaughan
Injuries and trauma to your oral cavity can be a very harrowing experience. A person may become dazed at that time and forget to get instant dental attention.
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Emergency Dental Services
Injuries and trauma to your oral cavity can be a very harrowing experience. A person may become dazed at that time and forget to get instant dental attention. However, during a dental emergency contacting your dentist should be your first most priority. Because we accept walk-ins and emergency patients, we are open from early morning to midnight every day, however, if you need a dentist outside of this hours, it’s best to call (289) 302-6864 .
One of the best ways to ensure that you maintain healthy teeth is with regular brushing and flossing, as well as routine check-ups at the dentist’s office every few months. Follow those steps and you should have healthy teeth for a long, long time. Despite your best efforts, though, there may come a time when you need to visit your Dr. Alireza Kamali at Emergency Dental Office due to a dental emergency. There are several things that fall into this category, some of which we will discuss here, and while each emergency is a little different, it’s important in every case that you seek treatment for your issue as soon as possible.
Injuries and trauma to your oral cavity can be a very harrowing experience. A person may become dazed at that time and forget to get instant dental attention. However, during a dental emergency contacting your dentist should be your first most priority.
Delay in getting a dentist to look at you may lead to severe or permanent damage to your teeth, this will result in a far more expensive treatment than what you initially would have needed.
Contact us, when you need emergency dental help and we will look at you ASAP. Our dental team will provide you with special care and emergency services that you need.
Injuries as an emergency
The most obvious dental emergency is one where an accident has caused one or more of your teeth to become chipped, cracked or loosened. In those situations, you may also experience trauma to the gums or some other part of your mouth. In other cases, though, it may be an infection or a filling falling out that is part of the issue. These are often not quite as obvious as having a chipped tooth, but they are still considered to be a dental emergency, especially if you are experiencing pain or sensitivity.
All dental emergencies should have you heading in the direction of a dentist office, but if the event occurs outside of office hours, there are some things that you can do. In the event of an extreme situation, such as an accident where there is damage to your mouth and teeth, a visit to the emergency room may be in order. They may not be able to take care of your dental issues, but they will be able to help with the other trauma and possible give you some type of painkiller to help numb the discomfort until you can see us at Emergency Dental Office.
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Dealing with Tooth Infections
In the case of a tooth infection, there are several ways to manage the pain before you see your dentist. You will know that you have an infection because of the symptoms, which can include severe pain in the infected area, swelling of the cheek or face, pain in your jaw, and potentially a fever. A dentist will most commonly prescribe Amoxicillin to battle infection, but there are over the counter pain medications that you can take to ease your discomfort. It is important that you get the issue treated quickly, though, as infections can spread and cause even more pain and damage to your teeth and mouth.
Tooth pain and Cure
If you are experiencing tooth pain, there are a few things you can do before your dental appointment that will help ease the pain. Over the counter painkillers are effective, with acetaminophen especially good for children. A saltwater rinse can also help with the pain, as can using a cold compress on your face if the infection is causing exterior swelling. These, though, are temporary measures, so please be sure to come in and see us so that we can deliver a permanent solution to your dental emergency or pain.
What Do We Offer?
- Fixing broken teeth
- Dental Crowns rectification
- Refilling of teeth
- Alleviating toothaches
- Correcting dislodged teeth
- Severe damage to a tooth
- Intense and Severe Tooth Pain
- Painful Swelling and Inflammation
- Sudden Adult tooth Loss
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