Dental Emergency Services
If you suffer from a dental emergency call us at (905) 370-0033. We will accommodate you as early as possible, usually in an hour or two. Our verbal advice can be helpful while you get into the office.
Pain associated with a toothache can be a sign of inflammation. It may lead to infection and swelling. The rapid spread of infection in the head & neck and oro-facial region can be life-threatening. Incision & drainage plus Antibiotic coverage plus removal of the cause may be required. If you are in dental emergency need, call us we will attend to your immediate dental needs.
A knocked-out tooth
In case you have a knocked-out tooth, try to keep it clean and free from contamination. Do not touch root surfaces. Keep the tooth in a glass of milk until you reach our emergency dental office. Try to see a dentist as early as possible. The longer period between the tooth extrusion and the actual treatment adversely affects the success of treatment.
Please call us at (905) 370-0033 or visit our contact page to book your appointment or ask any question you may have by filling out the contact form on our contact page.
Our on-site lab facility provides same-day denture repair. Schedule yourself with us and bring in the broken denture.
Fallen crown & Dental Bridge
Try not to postpone the recommendation of a fallen crown. The delay can lead to the shifting of adjacent teeth and occlusal disharmony. In addition, a vital tooth that has no protective layer can be irritated by thermal changes, and microorganisms in the oral cavity can penetrate the tooth structure and may lead to root canal treatment of the tooth. A wide range of dental services is available for traumatic injuries of the oral cavity region. Tooth contour, color, size, and shape play a great role in our smile, especially where our first impression is important for us. Since porcelain laminate cannot be stained, discolored and can provide a highly polished surface they are highly recommended. It can produce texture and translucency that is close to natural tooth enamel.