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Emergency Treatment

If your dental problem requires immediate attention we are here to help. The following is a list of services we offer. If you have any questions, please contact us.

  • Emergency exam

  • X-rays

  • Nitrous oxide (laughing gas)

  • Prescriptions (for pain and infections)

  • Reimplant and splint knocked out teeth

  • Realign and splint displaced teeth

  • Root canal treatment (pulpectomy)

  • Extractions (tooth removal)
  • Suturing intraoral cuts/lacerations

  • Fill cavities

  • Recementation of crowns or bridges

  • Repair broken teeth, fillings, crowns, and bridges

  • Replace lost fillings or temporary crowns

  • Orthodontic wire and appliance repairs

  • Remove foreign body lodged under the gum or between the teeth

  • Deal with complications from previous dental treatment (eg. pain, bleeding, infection, filling is too high, etc.)

Prevention Advice

  • Regular Dental Visits: Visit a dentist regularly. It is important to diagnose and treat dental problems early before they become a dental emergency.

  • Early Warning Signs: If something does not feel right in your mouth, see your dentist as soon as possible. Ignoring it often will lead to worsening of the problem and it may become a dental emergency.

  • Mouth Guards: All children, and adults, should wear a mouth guard if they are are playing any sport where accidental contact can occur. For example,  we see a number of traumas every year related to basketball accidents. 

  • Full Face Cage: We highly recommend a full shield when playing hockey, in addition to the mouth guard, at all ages. A mouth guard only provides limited protection when it comes to a puck or hockey stick to the mouth.

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First Aid Kit

Have a standard first aid kit is good for all emergencies, dental or otherwise. It should have gauze to apply pressure to stop bleeding or to bite on for reimplanted or repositioned teeth.

Save-A-Tooth Container

It has the best medium (Hank's Balance Salt Solution) for transporting a knocked out tooth. It maintains the vitality of the cells on the root surface which significantly increases the chance of success for reimplanted teeth. It can be purchased at or other retail sites such as 

IADT 'Save your tooth' Poster

Download this free poster from the IADT website. This would be great to put up in public areas, such as arenas or school gyms, where dental trauma is likely to occur.

IADT Tooth SOS Mobile App

Download this free mobile app for your phone from the IADT website. It will show you how to take care of a dental trauma at the scene of an accident.

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