Emergency Dentist Toronto
Dental Emergencies Require Instant Care. Our Dentistry On Wellington Emergency Dentist Is Here For You.
Our emergency dentist office services downtown Toronto and surrounding areas. Our modern facility is fully equipped to handle all emergencies in a timely manner. If you’re concerned about your dental health, call our emergency dentist immediately. We always strive to book same-day appointments for patients experiencing dental pain, who have a missing or chipped tooth, fractured tooth, a dental abscess, or other dental issues that require urgent dental care.
Our Toronto Emergency Dental Clinic Is Here For Our Patients, No Matter What
Located on Wellington Street East in the heart of Toronto (and just a minute’s walk away from the famous St. Lawrence Market), our emergency dental office has redefined emergency dentistry. Why? Because we are committed to being there for a patient when they need us most. When you contact us about an emergency case, we will try to reserve an emergency dental treatment appointment for you right away. Our patient’s satisfaction and comfort are of utmost importance.
What Is Considered A Dental Emergency?
A dental emergency is an oral health issue that requires immediate care. If dental problems are left untreated, they can cause severe issues and unnecessary, prolonged tooth pain or tooth loss. When a dental emergency occurs, give our emergency dental care team a call right away so we can alleviate severe pain, control bleeding or intense swelling, perform x-rays to see precisely where the problem is, and immediate treatment.
Common Dental Emergencies Include:
Broken Or Cracked
A broken tooth could result from an injury, decay, or even from habits like clenching or grinding at night. Not only can this be painful, but it can also leave cuts on your cheek or tongue from sharp edges. Tooth extraction may need to be performed followed by a discussion of cosmetic dentistry options once healed. A damaged tooth should never be left untreated. It can result in further infection and require more extensive oral surgery.
The most common way a tooth is knocked out is from a sports-related trauma or car accident, but it can happen accidentally to anyone, even just in the comfort of your own home. It can cause a lot of pain, bleeding, and panic. If you or your children are involved in contact sports, we can discuss custom mouthguards as an option to protect your teeth. However, if you have a tooth that’s been knocked out, bring it with you to our Toronto dental clinic and we may be able to replant it.
Broken Crown, Bridges and Implants
Crowns, veneers, implants, and bridges can be knocked out by accident. It’s also possible they can fall out or crack due to tooth decay, clenching, or grinding excessively at night. If you suffer from this dental problem, let’s discuss custom mouthguards and how we can protect your new tooth replacement.
Broken Crown, Bridge, Filling, Or Veneer
crowns, veneers and bridges can be knocked out by accident, so can crowns, veneers and bridges. It’s also possible they can fall out or crack due to tooth decay, clenching, or grinding excessively at night.
Sensitivity To Heat Or Cold
Extreme sensitivity can be caused by nerve irritation, tooth decay, or be a sign you have a cracked/broken tooth. Avoid chewing where it’s sensitive, but keep the area clean with a small amount of toothpaste until you can see a dentist.
Sensitivity To Heat Or Cold
Extreme sensitivity can be caused by nerve irritation, tooth decay, or be a sign you have a cracked or broken tooth. Avoid chewing where it’s sensitive, but keep the area clean with a small amount of toothpaste until you can see a dentist.
Uncontrolled bleeding could be the result of trauma, but it could also be a sign of gum disease or an abscess. An abscessed tooth could mean there’s an infection, and if not taken care of, the infection can spread to the root of your tooth.
A toothache can be caused by a number of reasons. It can cause severe pain and discomfort, tenderness, and swelling. Common causes include:
- Gum disease
- Food or other items wedged in teeth
- Tooth decay
- Mouth injury/trauma
- Broken teeth, chipped teeth or cracked dental implants
- Grinding or clenching
- Lost filling
- Infected nerve
- Wisdom teeth pressing against surrounding teeth
Over-the-counter medication can be taken to relieve pain and swelling, and a cold compress or ice pack will help. However, you should still see a dentist as soon as possible, especially if you have an infected nerve. In this case, emergency procedures, such as a root canal, may need to be performed.
An Emergency Dental Clinic Toronto Can Trust
Our emergency dental clinic offers services for all of your emergency dental needs. If you are experiencing a dental emergency, our emergency dentists can provide you with immediate emergency dental services to ensure your concerns are addressed quickly and efficiently, to give you the treatment and urgent care you need. Even if you are not an existing patient, you can still give us a call and we’ll squeeze in your emergency dental appointment. We are open five days a week, and offer extended hours and a convenient location for all patients, no matter their busy schedules.
COVID-19 Protocols For Our Emergency Dental Clinic
Dentistry on Wellington is proud to provide dental emergency services to our patients in and around the Toronto area. We understand that an emergency requires immediate attention and we do accept walk-ins. If you require emergency dental services, please call ahead and our staff will be more than happy to fit you in as soon as possible for an emergency appointment. We take dental emergencies very seriously, and our dentists want to be able to assist you whenever possible but ask that you respect our COVID-19 protocols. We must be informed that you’re on your way to our clinic.