Our dental clinic, Emergency-Dental-365.com, provides service for those requiring urgent same day dental treatment, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, located centrally in Toronto close to the 401 and Bayview with convenient TTC access close to York Mills Station with free parking.
Our emergency dental clinic has treated a few thousand patients over the last decade, with emergency dental patients coming from all over the Greater Toronto Area, and beyond, for prompt pain relief due to infection or trauma by the initiation of endodontic therapy ( root canal treatment), oral surgery including extraction, draining abscesses , anesthesia and analgesic pain medications and antibiotics. The most common emergency dental treatment at Emergency-Dental-365. com is for the dreaded and nagging toothache !
At Emergency-Dental-365.com, our clinic strives to make it easy and seamless for you to see a dentist as soon as possible. Our emergency dental medical history form is available online and can be completed at your home, and brought in when you attend our dental emergency office. Your dentist is welcome to use our service to arrange for emergency dental coverage of their patients when they are unable to see you as well, as dentists in Ontario have a legal, ethical and professional obligation to arrange or provide for dental emergency treatment for their patients. Following the provision of emergency dental treatment, Emergency-Dental-365.com refers all patients back to their dentist with a report of what treatment was rendered .
If you are experiencing a dental emergency, then please do not hesitate to contact Emergency-Dental-365.com today. We are pleased and proud to serve you !
Same day appointments only for Dental Emergencies:
The pandemic caused by Covid-19 has been extremely arduous both health wise and economically on a global scale. Dentistry and dental emergencies in particular have not escaped this devastating global concern.
Factors such as loss of employment, reduced income, delayed graduation, increased job workloads and sentiments of futility over when will this pandemic ever end have contributed to significant anxiety in the general population. The dental profession is seeing symptoms of augmented anxiety manifesting itself through increased clenching, bruxism and other parafunction. Dentist are reporting an increased frequency of severe unrelenting toothaches, broken denture, broken filing, broken fixed prosthesis and broken or fractured teeth… 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.