Edmonton Emergency Dentists
24 hour Emergency Dental Services
Top Rated Edmonton Dentists
5% Lower than the Alberta Dental Fee Guide
At our Edmonton dental clinics, we make our emergency dental services as accessible as possible. We believe that no one should have to live with dental pain. You can call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to schedule immediate dental treatment. We provide a variety of emergency dental services to address pain and discomfort. Book an emergency appointment with one of our dentists.
What Our Edmonton Dentists Offer
- Chipped or broken tooth
- Swelling in the face or gums
- Toothache or abscess
- Broken or lost filling
- Lost or broken crowns
- Injury to the gums or tongue
- Acute sensitivity
- Broken teeth
- Root canal
- Tooth extractions
- Loose and Fractured teeth
Emergency Dental Services
Dental emergencies range from toothaches to broken teeth or knocked out teeth. At our emergency dental clinic, we offer the following treatments and restoration services for dental emergencies:
We do our best to restore teeth whenever possible, but in some cases, the best solution is to extract them from the gums. This reduces the pain that decayed teeth cause and eliminates the risk of an infection and dental emergency. Extractions can alleviate pain from a tooth that is injured, cracked, or infected.
We ensure that our patients are fully numbed before every extraction procedure—your comfort is of the utmost importance to us. After an extraction, we can provide replacement options such as dentures, dental implants, or bridges.
Cavities are a common cause of tooth pain. But if the tooth decay extends past the enamel and dentin, causing pain in the most sensitive areas of your tooth and may require emergency dental care.
When a cavity reaches the pulp chamber of the tooth and damages the nerve tissues within it, a root canal is necessary. With dental emergencies like this your emergency dentist will remove the decayed pulp from the tooth, sanitize the area, and seal it with a filling material. Book your emergency appointment as soon as possible.
Advancements in emergency dental care have made dental fillings more durable than ever; however, they aren’t a permanent solution. If yours is reaching the end of its lifespan, it could break when you’re eating or speaking. Trauma to the mouth or tooth decay can also lead to a broken or lost filling.
Without a filling, the hole in the tooth will be exposed to bacteria. The tooth has a higher risk of decaying further or becoming infected. Leading to a dental emergency. You’ll also notice increased sensitivity in the area. Place the filling in a clean, sealed bag and bring it with you to your emergency dental treatment.
Wisdom teeth are known to cause discomfort and toothaches as they grow in. If the tooth is impacted, it won’t have room to emerge from the gums—instead, it will come through at an angle that damages other teeth. If the wisdom teeth jut out, they can irritate your cheeks, causing pain and swelling, which may require emergency dental care.
When wisdom teeth cause problems, we can remove them via simple or surgical extractions. During a simple extraction, the dentist uses forceps to remove the wisdom tooth. A surgical extraction will require an incision to access the wisdom teeth.
Losing a tooth is a serious condition and a dental emergency. Not only can it cause severe pain, but a knocked out tooth jeopardizes the appearance and health of your smile.
This dental emergency is incredibly time-sensitive. When you see a dentist within 30 minutes of losing a tooth, your chances of saving it are much higher.
Book an emergency appointmen with us today.
A chipped or cracked tooth may cause you to feel self-conscious. If your tooth is damaged, you might fear that it could break during a meal. A broken tooth causes increased sensitivity to temperatures and causing pain when pressure is applied. Teeth with jagged edges may damage your tongue or cheeks which may require emergency dental care.
Our Edmonton dentists can repair broken teeth with fillings, crowns, or dental implants. We can assess the condition of your tooth and determine the best solution to restore its appearance and eliminate any pain.
Have you noticed pain in your jaw? Do you often wake up with ear aches or headaches? You may be developing an issue with your temporomandibular joint.
When this joint becomes misaligned or damaged, it causes jaw pain and difficulty chewing, speaking, or relaxing of the facial muscles. This condition is made worse by stress and tends to affect more women than men.
Our Edmonton dentists offer treatment options that can alleviate the pain of TMJ disorder. These include dental splints, stress reduction techniques, and medication.
Tooth pain can range from mild to high intensity. What may have started as a dull ache can develop into pain that prevents you from working, eating, or sleeping. It may even be signs of tooth decay.
If you are experiencing intense pain, we recommend taking an over-the-counter painkiller and applying a cold compress to your cheek. These steps can help manage your discomfort until you can receive emergency dental care.
Book your emergency appointment.
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