While we can take precautions to protect our smiles, dental emergencies can, unfortunately, happen at any time and commonly need care from a professional.
Emergency dentistry services in Scarborough, ON help to preserve natural teeth and prevent further damage. With our emergency dentistry services, we seek to help our patients return to comfort by treating tooth pain, infection and fracture, and providing root canal therapy, among other services.
We strive to treat each patient with compassion, as dental emergencies can be unexpected and scary. Along with emergency dentistry care, we offer many cosmetic and restorative dental services if you have suffered more severe dental trauma or if you need a tooth extraction. Receiving professional emergency dentistry care for your situation will improve the likelihood of restoring full health and function to your smile. We encourage patients with dental emergencies to call our office for an appointment as soon as they can. In most situations, we are happy to provide same-day emergency care in Scarborough, ON. What’s more, after emergency dentistry treatment we provide follow-up phone calls once you’re home to make sure you are recovering well from your treatment
Many dental emergencies can be treated without needing to remove the natural tooth, though this commonly depends on how soon after tooth pain begins that this dental care occurs. If tooth extraction may be necessary, we provide different tooth restoration options to restore your smile. If you are debating whether or not you have a dental emergency, consider these factors:
Tooth pain can happen for many reasons and most times requires professional care. If you have been suffering with acute or chronic tooth pain, contact our office for an appointment.
Tooth infection commonly requires root canal therapy to preserve the tooth and restore oral health. If the infection is caught in time, a root canal can keep the tooth from needing extraction.
Fractured teeth may require a dental crown or tooth extraction if the injury is severe enough. Fractures or cracks can worsen without treatment, especially with chronic teeth grinding and clenching.