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Dental Emergencies :

Whether it is a broken tooth, toothache or swollen gums, Dental emergency can arise suddenly and with extreme pain.  We are open 7 days a week and are usually able to see emergency patients for same day appointments. Just give us a call and we will be able to address your emergency.

Please call us at Phone # 647-351-7860

1. What to do in case of Toothaches ?
2. Got into accident, have a broken tooth ?
3. Possible Broken Jaw
4. Knocked Out Tooth
6. Something Caught Between Your Teeth

 

 

1. What to do in case of Toothaches ?Top
Rinse your mouth with Luke warm water. Do not paste or put any type of medication, no pain killer, no aspirin on your gum tissue. Wash off or floss around the tooth to remove any food particles around the tooth. After some relief see the dentist at your convenient time. If the pain don’t stop, call the dentist immediately.
Regular dental checkups and dental cleaning can help prevent toothaches.

2. Got into accident, have a broken tooth ?Top
If your tooth breaks, the first thing you should do is contact your dentist immediately. You should also clean your mouth out by rinsing thoroughly with warm water. Apply a cold compress or ice to the area to minimize any swelling.

3. Possible Broken Jaw?  Top
If you think that your jaw might be broken, apply a cold compress to the area to minimize any swelling. You will need to see your dentist immediately or go to the emergency room of a nearby hospital.

4. Knocked Out Tooth?Top
If your tooth has been knocked out, rinse the tooth off very gently to make sure it is clean. Do not scrub the tooth or remove any tissue that is attached to it. Be sure to place a towel or wash cloth in the sink so that it does not go down the drain. If you can, gently place the tooth back into the socket. If this is not possible, place the tooth in a small container or cup of milk. You will need to take the tooth with you and get to your dentist immediately.

6. Something Caught Between Your Teeth?Top
Gently insert a piece of dental floss or a dental flosser. Be very careful not to cut the gum tissue. If you are unable to remove the object, contact your dentist. Never use a sharp object to try and remove something that is stuck in between your teeth.

 





              

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