Dental Services, Procedures, and Emergency Clinic

Are you facing a dental emergency requiring immediate attention? Well, look no further. Emergency Dental 365 is one of the best providers of emergency dental procedures in the GTA.

Our emergency dental clinic is ready to help you when you need it most. With their full schedules, personal dentists are usually unable to accommodate any emergency procedures. At Emergency Dental 365, we are committed to providing a very high level of care to every one of our patients, especially in cases of a dental emergency.

If you live in the GTA, Emergency Dental 365 can offer you comprehensive same-day care for minor and major dental conditions including broken and chipped teeth, infections and abscesses, broken dentures, lost fillings, extractions, and many more.

Visit Our Experienced Emergency Dentists For Immediate Care

At our emergency dental clinic, we make it easy for you to see a dentist as soon as possible; simply fill out our Emergency Dental Medical History Form, and see a dentist immediately. Emergency Dental 365 provides a patient-friendly environment coupled with immediate and expert care for all your dental emergencies. We cannot always predict when something is going to happen, and emergencies can’t afford to wait for an appointment. Don’t let the pain from a broken or infected tooth keep you from your day. At our emergency dental clinic, we can provide professional dental aid when you need it and without the wait.

Treatments We Provide

Broken Tooth

A broken, cracked, or chipped tooth can result from an injury or general wear and tear. Regardless of how it happens, a broken or cracked tooth can cause a variety of symptoms, including erratic pain when chewing on food, or sudden and intense pain when your broken tooth is exposed to very hot or cold temperatures. Depending on the extent of the damage, your cracked or chipped tooth could be filled in and repaired in a single session or may require a complete extraction if the injury is extreme.

Orthodontic Emergency

If you have received orthodontic treatment, although rare, you could experience any number of orthodontic emergencies. These can include detachment of brackets, protruding or poking wires into the soft tissue, or breaking apart or disassembling of complicated orthodontic devices. Orthodontic emergencies also include:

  • injury or other trauma to the mouth, teeth, or face
  • swollen or infected gums or other swelling or infection in the face
  • severe pain in the mouth or face

Abscess Tooth

An abscessed tooth, sometimes also known as a dental abscess, is the formation of a pocket full of pus in different parts of a tooth, resulting from a bacterial infection. An abscessed tooth can cause severe pain during eating, drinking, or when pressure is put on your jaw. This pain can radiate up to the ear or down to the neck region. An abscessed tooth should be taken care of immediately, as an untreated dental abscess can become life-threatening.

Broken Dentures

A broken denture can be a serious concern that can interfere and cause pain during eating, drinking, or speaking. Dentures can break if they are dropped or handled roughly or if you bite on something hard and crack a tooth. Regardless of the reason, Emergency Dental 365 can repair your broken dentures and ensure a comfortable fit.


Same day appointments only for Dental Emergencies:

  • Hours of Operation: 6a.m.-10p.m.
  • Free Parking.
  • TTC access.
  • Insurance forms provided for submission by patients to their dental plan company.
  • Report given to patient for their dentist.
  • Payment method, Visa, MasterCard, Amex, debit card or cash.
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Recent Blog Posts

What Is a Dental Emergency?

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…

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What Do I Do If My Mouth Won’t Stop Bleeding?

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...

What Do I Do If I Broke My Tooth?

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.

I Think My Jaw Is Broken

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.

Why Choose Emergency Dental 365?

At Emergency Dental 365, we know that unplanned situations and unfortunate dental emergencies can happen when you least expect them. When you require immediate care, visit us at Emergency Dental 365. At our emergency dental clinic, we ensure that all of our patients have access to emergency care to restore function in their teeth and jaw and manage any pain to prevent further damage. We are dedicated to providing the best care for all of our patients to ensure they have optimal dental health.

At Emergency Dental 365, we pride ourselves on our accessibility to all patients. We understand that emergencies can occur at any time of the day, which is why our on-call dental team is available from 6 am to 10 pm, 7 days/week, and 365 days of the year. Our goal is to offer a convenient and positive experience when you visit our emergency dental clinic, which is why we have free parking, TTC access, insurance forms, and comprehensive reports to provide your regular dentist.

At Emergency Dental 365, we want your focus to be recovering and let us handle the rest. Call Emergency Dental 365 at (416) 510-2253 if you have any questions for us.