Liberty Village Dental office in Toronto welcomes all emergency dental cases at any day and any time. Our flexible office hours make it easy for us to see patients at their own convenience and according to their own schedule. If you happen to have a dental emergency, please contact us right away. It is always easier to save a tooth as soon as the injury happens. If you take your time before contacting us, it might be too late to save the tooth and alternative treatments will have to be considered.
We know the severity of the pain associated with dental problems, which is why we do our best to accommodate dental emergencies right away. Call us immediately to schedule an emergency dental appointment, we will do our best to see you as prompt as possible: 416-533-3323
If you’re experiencing any of the following emergencies, don’t hesitate too contact our Liberty Village dental office right away:
Toothache can sometimes be unbearable. We know what you’re going through and we know exactly how we can help you. Don’t wait and book your emergency appointment right away, so we can see you and alleviate your pain as soon as possible. Over-the counter pain medications may be used while you arrange an emergency dental appointment. Avoid cold or hot foods because this may worsen the pain. Relief may be obtained by biting on a cotton ball soaked in oil of cloves.
Chipped or cracked tooth
When a tooth is chipped or cracked, the first thing to worry about is how to stop the bleeding. Apply direct, gentle pressure to the affected gum area, not the tooth itself to stop the bleeding. Rinse your mouth gently with warm water and then apply a cold compress to the area. If you find a piece of the tooth, bring it with you on your appointment. The sooner we see you, the easier we can save your natural tooth and make your treatment less painful and less costly. Use a pain killer in small doses to relieve any pain until you get to our Liberty Village Dental office.
Lost fillings or crowns
Lost fillings and crowns may not seem like emergencies, if you’re not in pain. However, keeping the inside of your tooth exposed to food, drinks and bacteria can be very harmful to your tooth. If you’ve lost a tooth filling, a crown or a bridge, we recommend you book a dental appointment right away. Your treatment can be an easy fix if no further damage has been caused to the tooth, so don’t wait.
We’re always available to provide you with quality dental care that fits your dental needs and your lifestyle. For dental questions, concerns or dental emergencies, call us at 416-533-3323 or book an appointment today.