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Dental Emergency

So if you experience the pain of a toothache, chipped or broken tooth, a knocked out tooth, lost filling, or any other dental emergency, Contact us right away to arrange an emergency dental appointment.

We are open late until 6pm Monday to Thursday evenings, until 5pm on Fridays & until 1pm Saturdays, which makes it easier for patients requiring emergency treatment to get an appointment when they need one.


Knowing what to do in advance can often can help you stay calm. On this dental emergency page, you’ll find preliminary information that will answer some of your most pressing questions as you call our practice for emergency help.

  As Dental Emergencies can occur at any time, we set aside appointments each day for patients who are suffering from urgent dental problems

Knocked out tooth

Seek urgent dental treatment, ideally within an hour.Take care to handle the tooth only by its crown, not the tooth root, to give it the best chance of being saved.

For an adult tooth, if possible, carefully place the knocked out tooth back in its socket after gently rinsing it in milk or water. If you can’t replace the tooth, bring the tooth in a cup of milk or wrap the tooth in plastic wrap.

For a baby tooth, DO NOT replace tooth in its socket.

Visit us immediately for an emergency appointment.


Broken or chipped teeth

If you have a cracked or broken tooth, rinse the area with warm water. Apply a cold compress if there is facial swelling. Call Us Immediately.

If you can find the broken pieces of your tooth, your emergency dentist may be able to reattach them. Otherwise, we can repair your tooth with techniques including dental bonding or dental veneers.


Wisdom tooth pain

Pain around your wisdom teeth can be a sign that they are impacted, or that infection has set in. As well as pain, you may have difficulty chewing, persistent bad breath, or a bad taste in your mouth.

While you wait to see us, you can keep the area clean by gently brushing around the painful wisdom teeth, and rinsing your mouth with warm salty water.


Broken Jaw

If you suspect that your jaw is broken, use a cold compress to minimize pain and swelling. Go to your local emergency room for treatment at the earliest.

If you or a family member are in dental pain or in need of an Emergency Dentist, contact us for an urgent care appointment.