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Dental Emergency

Emergency Dental Services Calgary ($96)

Call our Emergency Dental Services Calgary today, and we'll ensure you are taken care of. Any injury to the teeth or gums could be potentially serious, so ignoring it will only increase your risk for permanent damage and more expensive treatment down the line if left untreated in a hurry! Please call us when these pains become unbearable; let's help alleviate them temporarily until things can get appropriately diagnosed first.

Dental Emergency in Calgary

However, there are dental emergencies that involve pain, and a large number of dental emergencies have no pain. If you have lost a filling, but aren’t feeling any pain, it may still constitute a dental emergency in Calgary. At Richmond Dental, our dental specialists offer dental emergency services in Calgary based on cosmetic and health concerns. Some dental emergencies include the following:

  • A persistent toothache
  • Chipped, broken, loose, or knocked out teeth
  • Sharp objects caught between teeth
  • Lost filling, crown, or bridge
  • Abscesses
  • Soft-tissue injury (injury involving the gums, tongue, cheeks, or lips)

Convenient Service

Our Richmond Dentists understand that accidents happen at the most inconvenient times. To assist patients, we work long hours (our Calgary dental clinic is open until 8:00 PM) and offer Saturday appointments so it is easier to accommodate same-day appointments.

If you or your family needs immediate dental attention, feel free to contact us at our emergency dental clinic in Calgary, Alberta. Our team is here to help you with any dental emergency— no matter just dental pain or any complicated one. Call 403-246-2131 to schedule an appointment today.

The information below is offered as information only and not as professional advice. Please consult our dental professionals for such advice.

  • Toothaches or Abscess
  • Chipped or broken teeth
  • Knocked-out teeth
  • Extruded (partially dislodged) teeth
  • Lost filling
  • Lost crown
  • Injury to the gums, tongue, cheeks, and lips that result in bleeding

Toothache or Abscess

An abscess is an infection that occurs around the root of a tooth or in the space between teeth and gums. Abscesses can be very painful, as they produce intense pressure on nearby tissues which cause damage over time if left untreated.

The good news though: anti-inflammatory drugs such as Advil or Ibuprofen will help get rid of your discomfort! Other antibiotics are also available to decrease the pain. These can be prescribed to you by visiting one of our doctors for an assessment.

Chipped or Broken Teeth

When you have a chipped or broken tooth, don’t forget that it’s important to save pieces of the tooth so you can rinse out any dirt and blood. You should also apply pressure with gauze on top of your mouth until all bleeding has stopped in order to prevent further damage from occurring! If there is severe pain associated outside around this area – see one of our dentists immediately because they might need access rights to treatment options such as oral surgery which could help alleviate much discomfort.

Knocked-out Teeth

To save a knocked-out tooth, first, hold it by the crown (the part that is usually exposed in your mouth) and rinse off any dirt or attached tissue fragments. Make sure you never scrub away at its roots if possible—just wash thoroughly with water while keeping up the pressure on those areas where brushing isn’t enough! If there are no available buckets around for storing rejected handleless try using something like milk instead; this will help keep them from drying out too quickly before they can get back into position later on after being seen by the dentist ASAP!

Extruded (Partially Dislodged) Tooth

When you feel a sharp pain in your mouth, go to the dentist as soon as possible. Till the time you are reaching to a dental clinic in Calgary, apply cold compresses or take over-the-counter medications like Tylenol and Advil for relief from any other symptoms of discomfort that might be present too!

Lost Filling

Please see your dentist as soon as they can get you in. Sometimes temporary restorations can be placed in the interim while you are waiting for your reserved appointment for either a crown or new filling to be placed. An appointment to assess the broken tooth is always required before work can be done.

Lost Crown

If the crown falls off, make an appointment to see your dentist as soon and bring it with you. If possible try using cotton swabs or clove oil on sensitive areas before putting them back in place; also be sure there is some kind of adhesive applied so that when they put their own piece onto yours instead of having none left  you won’t have any problems holding everything tight!

Injury to the Gums, Tongue, Cheeks, and Lips that Result in Bleeding

  1. Rinse your mouth with a mild salt-water solution.
  2. Use a moistened piece of gauze or tea bag to apply pressure to the bleeding site. Hold in place for 15 to 20 minutes.
  3. To both control bleeding and relieve pain, hold a cold compress to the outside of the mouth or cheek in the affected area for 5 to 10 minutes.
  4. If the bleeding doesn’t stop, see your dentist right away or go to a hospital emergency room. Continue to apply pressure on the bleeding site with the gauze until you can be seen and treated.