Emergency Dentist Toronto
Providing Emergency Dental Care In Toronto And The Surrounding Areas
Our Toronto Emergency Dentist Looks After Our Patients, No Matter What
If you’ve experienced trauma to your mouth and need immediate emergency dental attention, please contact our emergency dental clinic as soon as possible so we can arrange for quick treatment and squeeze you into our schedules.
Located on Wellington Street East in the heart of Toronto (and just a minute walk away from the infamous St. Lawrence Market), our dental office has redefined emergency dentistry. We’ve taken emergency services and emergency dental procedures, like a chipped tooth or severe tooth pain, to a whole new level. Why? Because we are committed to being there for a patient when they need us most. When you contact us for an emergency, we will try to reserve an immediate appointment so your mouth can be tended to right away. Our team specializes in a wide range of emergency dental services, so your specific needs will be well taken care of.
What Is A Dental Emergency?
Common Dental Emergencies Include:
Broken Or Cracked
Broken Crown, Bridges and Implants
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
- Gum disease
- Wedged food in teeth
- Tooth decay
- Mouth injury/trauma
- Broken, chipped or cracked dental implants
- Grinding or clenching
- Infected nerve
How Mouthguards Can Prevent Injury
Our emergency dentist can’t predict when emergencies are going to happen, but we can certainly try to help prevent them. Our dental clinic offers night guards and sports guards to patients of any age in order to prevent injury, damage, or wear and tear.
Sports mouthguards can help minimize the risk of sustaining an injury to your teeth while playing sports. They typically cover your upper teeth and also help protect your lips tongue, jaw and cheeks.
Night mouthguards don’t necessarily protect you from injury but they do help prevent wear and tear. If you have a habit of grinding or clenching, it can eventually wear down your teeth, cause potential cracks or chips in crowns or veneers and facial pain or headaches. It can even leave your teeth with cosmetic damage.
If you want to ensure your smile is healthy for years to come, give us a call so we can reserve an appointment for a free mouth guard consultation. Don’t wait for a dental emergency visit to stay informed of your options.