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Emergency Dental Clinic Calgary

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If you have swelling, a bad toothache, loss of teeth, broken tooth, moderate to severe pain, or any emergency related to your teeth, then you may need an Emergency Dentist. We can help! We offer emergency dental treatment in our fully-equipped emergency dental clinic. If you’re experiencing or suspect you have a dental emergency, don’t hesitate to call us today.

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The sooner we see you, the sooner you’ll get relief and proper treatment. A dental emergency should never be ignored as it can result in permanent damage or more serious issues. The types of dental emergencies we can treat are:

  • Severe toothache
  • Cracked or broken teeth
  • Knocked out tooth
  • Dental abscess (infection)
  • Excessive bleeding
  • Broken dentures or veneers
  • Tooth extractions
  • Lost or loose fillings
  • Root canal treatment
  • Wisdom teeth pain

The above are some of the most common dental emergencies we treat; however, our services aren’t limited to this list. Our emergency services are meant to relieve pain, stop bleeding, prevent infection from spreading, or save a tooth. In any case, the best course of action to take is to contact our emergency dental services as soon as possible.

What to do in a dental emergency

  • If you have knocked out a tooth, place it in cold milk with ice and bring it to your dentist. In some instances, we can place the tooth back with no issues.
  • If you’re experiencing pain, rinse your mouth with warm water and use a cold compress on the outside of your cheek or mouth.
  • Avoid using a numbing gel

At Brentwood Village Dental Clinic, we are fully equipped to deal with dental emergencies. We have state-of-the-art technology and the training to manage pain and restore teeth. Using modern techniques, teeth can be repaired or replaced with materials that look as good as your natural teeth. If you’re experiencing severe pain, we can relieve your pain within a few minutes and identify the underlying cause.

Can a dental emergency be avoided?

While injuries and accidents happen, there are certain steps you can take to avoid a dental emergency as much as possible. We recommend:

  • Wearing a mouthguard or proper safety equipment during sports activities
  • Taking good care of your teeth by brushing and flossing every day
  • Maintaining regular dental check-ups and cleaning
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Get in touch now, remember the sooner we see you, the sooner you’ll have no more pain.

Emergency Dental FAQs

If you’re experiencing a dental emergency, we want to see you as soon as possible. Give us a call at (403) 210-5050 or visit our clinic if you’re experiencing extreme pain. We can provide pain relief and determine the underlying cause of the problem. In a dental emergency, the sooner we see you, the better.

Yes, if an infected or injured tooth requires removal, an emergency dentist can perform a tooth extraction.

A dental emergency is any situation that requires immediate attention from an emergency dentist, including severe toothache, cracked or broken teeth, a knocked-out tooth, dental abscess (infection), excessive bleeding, broken dentures or veneers, wisdom teeth pain, and more. If you’re not sure whether your issue is a dental emergency, call us at (403) 210-5050 or use our dental emergency contact form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

A tooth extraction becomes an emergency if there’s bleeding that won’t stop, there is swelling in the area, if the jaw is injured, if a permanent tooth is loose, or if you’re experiencing a severe toothache. It’s important to note that these issues may not require an emergency tooth extraction.

A tooth extraction should always be performed by a professional dentist. During an emergency, your dentist will assess your mouth to determine whether an emergency tooth extraction is necessary. Our goal is to preserve your natural tooth before we recommend a tooth extraction.

If a tooth extraction is required, local anesthesia is applied to numb the area around the tooth. Then, your dentist may use an instrument called an elevator to loosen the tooth before pulling the tooth out with small forceps. The procedure is generally painless with anesthesia.

At Brentwood Village Dental, we do our best to perform an emergency root canal procedure as soon as possible to relieve the patient of pain. It’s important that we perform root canal therapy quickly and effectively to prevent further infection.

Dentists typically see emergency patients right away and assess their symptoms, whether it’s pain, bleeding, or a damaged tooth. If there is pain involved, pain relief is given immediately to keep the patient comfortable. Depending on the issue, dentists will assess the mouth and determine the underlying cause of the emergency, whether it’s a toothache or bleeding that won’t stop and recommend a treatment.

Yes, a severe and constant toothache is considered a dental emergency. It’s important not to ignore a toothache, as it can be a sign of a serious infection which can spread and cause other serious issues.

Some of the most common dental emergencies are an infected tooth that’s causing a severe toothache, bleeding gums that won’t stop, and a knocked-out or broken tooth.

An emergency dentist will offer pain relief if needed and, depending on the severity of the tooth infection, recommend a root canal procedure or a tooth extraction.

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