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Dental Emergency Service Toronto - Your Dental Emergency Destination

When you have a dental emergency on your hands, the sooner you see your dentist for treatment, the better the outcome will be.
In fact, in some cases, it may even be possible to save a tooth that has been knocked loose or that has fallen out completely if you're able to make it to a dental clinic within an hour.
Fortunately, Emergency Dental Services are typically available 7 days a week, which can provide you with the prompt care that you need to relieve your dental pain and save your tooth whenever possible.
An Emergency Dental Clinic will resolve your immediate needs, and then, you'll be free to consult with your regular dentist during their normal hours or operation.

Emergency Dental Services - Toronto And Surrounding GTA

Although chipped or cracked teeth may hurt, an oral injury doesn't always constitute a dental emergency. Below, we've outlined a few guidelines to help you ascertain whether you're dealing with a true dental emergency or not.

  • Bleeding from the mouth or gums.
  • Intense or severe pain in the face or mouth.
  • Teeth that are still attached but have been knocked loose
  • Severe impacts or trauma to the face or mouth
  • Swelling of the face or mouth
  • Bulges, knots, or swelling or the gums
  • Pain caused by hot/cold or when biting down

On top of these situations, when you report to the Emergency Dental Clinic, you must describe exactly what has happened to your oral care provider.

  • Toothache
  • Chipped, Cracked or Fractured Teeth
  • Problems with a Restoration
  • Tissue Injury or Facial Pain
  • Knocked-out Tooth
  • Loose Tooth, Out of Alignment
  • Other Emergencies

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Dental Emergencies And What To Do

Damaged Teeth

When you've cracked, chipped, or fractured a tooth, but you're not in severe pain, this typically isn't considered a dental emergency, and in most cases, you'll be able to wait a day or two until you can get in to see your dentist.
With a chipped tooth, make sure not to make the situation worse by biting into hard foods. In these cases, your dentist may be able to fix a chipped tooth by using a procedure known as Dental Bonding.
Alternatively, if you're suffering from a fractured or cracked tooth, this will often be considered an emergency as the damage has usually occurred inside the tooth, as well as below your gum line.
Typically, your dentist will be unable to save a fractured tooth.

Regardless, it's important to contact your oral care provider as soon as possible after the fracture has occurred. Additionally, you should follow these tips to help minimize pain.
Gently rinse your mouth with warm water.

If the fracture was the result of facial trauma, apply ice or a cold compress to try and prevent swelling as much as possible.
Take Tylenol (acetaminophen) to help deal with any pain you may have. Avoid Aspirin as this can cause you to bleed more.

Avoid applying a painkiller directly to your gums because this can burn and damage the soft tissue. Do not use Orajel, even if it is marketed for this type of situation.
To properly diagnose the condition of your tooth, your dentist will need to take an x-ray. If the tooth's soft, interior tissue (pulp) is undamaged, a crown may be the best course of treatment.

However, if the pulp has been damaged, you may require a root canal to save the tooth.
Regardless, you should contact us as soon as possible for the best outcome.

Facial Pain And Soft Tissue Injury

Cuts, tears, or puncture wounds to the tongue, cheek, or lips are considered soft tissue injuries, which constitute a dental emergency. In any of these cases, it's important to rinse the mouth with warm water as soon as possible.
If the tongue is bleeding, do your best to pull it forward and apply pressure using clean gauze.
When dealing with a soft tissue injury, you need to get to a hospital emergency room as soon as possible to minimize blood loss and improve the outcome of any future treatment.
In terms of dealing with the pain, you may take acetaminophen as needed. However, never take ibuprofen or aspirin. These drugs are anticoagulants, which can actually make the bleeding worse.

Loose Tooth - Tooth Out of Alignment

If a tooth has been knocked out of alignment but is still attached, it's also important to seek an emergency appointment as soon as possible.
Until then, you may try and re-align the tooth with your finger by applying slight pressure and then biting down to keep the tooth in place.
However, it's important that you not try to force the tooth back into place.


Typically, a toothache is not considered a dental emergency unless you're in severe pain. However, it's still important to seek treatment as soon as possible since a toothache is usually a symptom of a severe infection.
Advil may be taken to help you cope with the pain.
However, you should contact us as soon as you begin to suspect you have an infection or any toothache.

Issues With Dental Restoration

If you've had a filling come out or a temporary crown come off, it does not constitute a dental emergency.
However, if you've had a crown come off, it's important to put it back in place as soon as possible so that the tooth, and surrounding teeth, remain in their original position until you can get in to see your dentist.
To hold the crown in place, you might try using a small amount of Vaseline, toothpaste, or a denture adhesive. Then, bite down firmly onto a clean, dry washcloth to apply pressure and to let the adhesive set.
Next, clean the area and contact your dentist as soon as possible to have the damage repaired appropriately.
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As one of the region's leading dentistry practices, Chroma Dental's primary goal and vision is to serve our patients with the best dental care currently available in the GTA.
Not only does this mean that we strive to offer a pleasant experience to each patient, but we are also committed to treating them using cutting edge tools and techniques, as well as educating them on the best ways to care for their teeth.
In other words, we strive to make every visit to our office as safe, comfortable, and enjoyable as possible.


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