Same-Day Emergency Dentistry In Brampton, ON

Emergencies often occur at inconvenient times, whether it is over the weekend or after-hours on a weekday. If you should encounter an emergency, you can contact us at Rosedale Dental in Brampton, ON for emergency care.

What is a Dental Emergency?

Not every issue related to the mouth is an emergency. A dental emergency is any situation that poses an immediate threat to the health of your teeth and gums. These are often the result of some sort of impact to the mouth, such as from a car accident or sports injury, but can also be the result of an infection that has progressed dramatically. For best results, and for the benefit of your oral health, it is advisable to seek dental treatment promptly.

How Soon Can I Be Seen?

For most conditions, we offer same-day services.

After-Hours Emergencies

If you experience a dental emergency outside of our office hours, such as infection, pain, trauma, or lost teeth, call our office to be referred to a trusted emergency dentist.

Home Care

Although it is a good idea to see a dentist as soon as possible when you experience anything out of the ordinary in regards to your teeth or gums, there are steps you can take to preserve your oral health until you can visit us.

  • Toothache: A toothache is usually a sign of another dental issue, which is why it is important to address it promptly. To help deal with pain and discomfort, acetaminophen can help. Make sure that there is no food lodged in between the teeth or gums and rinse the mouth with warm salt water. If there is facial swelling, apply a cold compress.
  • Cracked/broken tooth: Dental cement can help alleviate pain or discomfort from a damaged tooth and preserve the injured tooth. This remedy can also be used when a crown or filling has become loose.
  • Knocked-out tooth: An avulsed tooth is one of the most time-sensitive dental emergencies, but there are still steps you can take to keep your injured tooth healthy. Retrieve it and rinse it off with water. Only handle it by the crown and not the root and do not try to clean or brush the tooth. Keep it in a container of saliva or milk until you can see your dentist.

Contact us at Rosedale Dental Care when you experience a dental emergency in Brampton, ON.

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