Emergency Dental Care

Whether you’re dealing with a toothache or a broken tooth, it’s important to get your teeth checked out as soon as possible. That’s why we’ve put together this list of emergency dental care providers, to help you find the best emergency dentist for your needs.


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Pain & Swelling Reduction

If you are having pain or swelling in your mouth, you may be experiencing a dental emergency. Pain and swelling in the mouth can be a symptom of a variety of dental problems, including cavities, gum disease, tooth decay, abscesses and even oral cancer. The pain and swelling of a toothache can affect every aspect of your life. We all want a toothache to be short-lived, but many of us are left wondering how to get rid of the pain and swelling.

Broken Tooth Repair

Broken or chipped teeth can be a painful experience. The bite may feel out of alignment, your teeth could be sensitive to hot and cold, and even eating can become difficult. Dentists are often called upon to repair broken teeth. It is a common, and generally straightforward, procedure. However, it is important that the patient understands the basic steps involved. The first step is to remove any debris from the tooth, including any pieces of broken tooth that may remain in the socket. The dentist will then need to prepare the tooth for the filling to be placed. This preparation involves removing any existing filling material, smoothing down the tooth surface.


Broken Denture Repair

If you have a denture that is broken, you will want to have it repaired as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the more likely it will be that the denture will begin to break down and will need to be replaced. The best way to prevent this from happening is to have the broken denture fixed right away.

Broken dentures are unfortunately a common occurrence and it’s important to know how to fix them before they turn into a medical emergency. If you have a broken denture, it is important to repair it quickly, as the longer you wait, the more chances you have of developing an infection from bacteria.

Filling, Crown or Veneer Repair

Filling, crown or veneer repair is a common procedure that can be completed in our dental office. If you have a tooth that has been damaged by decay or trauma, or is simply discoloured, we may recommend that you have a filling, crown or veneer placed to restore your tooth to its original state.

Dental fillings, crowns and veneers are some of the most common ways we restore teeth and fix chipped, cracked or misshapen teeth. A filling is a material that is used to fill in holes in the teeth caused by tooth decay. The material is placed into the hole and hardens to protect the tooth. This is commonly done by placing a small amount of the filling material into the hole using a syringe. The material is then cured to set.

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