Same day appointments only for Dental Emergencies:
What is considered to be a dental emergency ? Is it a broken tooth, broken dentures, an avulsed or knock out tooth, uncontrolled pain from a tooth ache or a dental abscess, uncontrolled intra-oral bleeding or hemorrhage, an orthodontic dental emergency, an infected tongue piercing, unexplained sudden or chronic changes in tooth colour, gum or gingival colour, or texture, a veneer or crown that had been dislodged, a mobile dental implant, a foreign body embedded in the intra-oral soft tissue or between the teeth, non healing intra-oral ulcerations, a broken orthodontic retainer to name a few? The answer, at least according to the dental emergency patient is any… Read More
Nonstop bleeding In the mouth of any kind or swellings particularly under the tongue affecting breathing should result in an immediate visit to your dentist or to the nearest hospital...
Broken teeth can be rinsed off with warm water to clean the area, followed by cold compresses on the area to reduce swelling, call your dentist immediately.
Potential broken jaw situations can be treated by cold compresses to control swelling followed by an immediate visit to the hospital emergency room or your dentist.