For our patient and staff safety we have implemented protocols as outlined by the Royal College of Dental Surgeons which follow recommendations by Ontario Public Health to minimize risk in a health care setting.
To purify the air you breathe the reception area and each operatory is equipped with a Surgically Clean Air JADE filtration unit.
As healthcare providers we were fortunate to be given the opportunity for the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine. The second dose is scheduled in June.
In an effort to create a safe environment we ask for your cooperation:
please make an appointment as we do not accept walk-ins
attend your appointment ALONE whenever possible
wear a mask
hand sanitize upon entry and when leaving
on arrival your temperature will be checked and you will be asked to fill out a screening questionnaire (download PDF)
maintain physical distancing (6 ft) whenever possible
Welcome to the Dental Emergency Clinic. We have been providing emergency services since 2013. Emergency treatment is what we specialize in. If your dentist is unable to see you or you don't have a dentist we are here to help you. Please take the time to review our website to learn about the services we offer and our policies. If you have any questions, please contact us and our friendly staff will be happy to help you.
What To Do In A Dental Emergency
We provide recommendations for the most common dental emergencies. We advise seeking treatment for dental emergencies as soon as possible, as delaying treatment may worsen the situation. Some emergencies such as a knocked out tooth or dental infection require immediate treatment.
Prevention & Preparedness
We are committed to educating the public on emergency prevention and emergency preparedness. We provide advice that will prevent many of the emergencies we see in our clinic, so you can avoid the associated physical and financial costs. When an emergency does occur being prepared can make the difference between a positive and negative outcome.