Urgent Dental Care



  • Emergency Walk-Ins Welcome

  • Treatment Performed Same Day


Are You Experiencing A Dental Emergency?

Ask yourself the following questions:

  1. Are you in severe pain? Severe pain and bleeding are signs of an emergency.

  2. Have you lost a tooth? Fast treatment can potentially save a tooth.

  3. Do you have loose teeth? Adults should never lose teeth. A loose tooth, even without pain, is a serious problem.

  4. Do you have an infection? An abscess or serious infection in your mouth can be potentially life-threatening, and treatment should not wait. You may notice swelling or knots on your gums or swelling around the face.

If you have a dental emergency walk into our office we will try to accomodate you to the best of our ability and make sure that your pain is taken care of.

Root Canal Therapy (Endodontics)

This procedure is done to treat infected pulp of a tooth. This is done to eliminate any areas of infection and to protect the tooth from becoming infected in the future. During this procedure, the dentist will remove the nerve and pulp from inside the teeth. Local anaesthesia is used prior to the procedure so no pain is felt during the process.

Wisdom Tooth Extraction & Oral Surgery

If you are experiencing over crowding of the mouth or an impaction, your dentist may recommend extracting your wisdom teeth.This procedure can be done at your dentist's office.

What May Delay My Surgery?

If you dentist identifies an infection, it will be recommended that antibiotics be taken to eliminate the infection prior to surgery. This is done to eliminate the potential risk to your health.

What Should I Expect After My Surgery

Ideally you should recover in a few days. It may take some people a little longer to recover. You will be instructed to do the following post surgery:

  • Bite gently on the gauze pad periodically, and change pads

  • Be careful not to bite the inside of your cheek or lip, or your tongue.

  • Do not lie flat.

  • Apply an ice pack for 15 to 20 minutes at a time for the first 24 hours.

  • Take time to relax after surgery.

  • Eat soft foods.

  • After 24 hours, gently rinse your mouth with warm salt water several times a day

  • Avoid rubbing the area with your tongue or touching it with your fingers.

  • Continue to brush your teeth and tongue carefully.

Did You Know?


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