Edmonton's Urgent Dental Care Clinic
Edmonton's Urgent Dental Care Clinic
We Are Here To Help.
need a dentist fast?
We promise to get you in within two hours. During business hours*. We are open 6 days a week and late evenings. In case of an emergency, appointment is not required. Walk-ins welcome, prompt emergency dental care is provided.
Afraid of dental visits?
We offer laughing gas and sedation options so you can get the treatment you need.
What are the costs?
We provide free cost estimates.
Our fees are lower than the ADA Fee Guide to make dental care affordable. We directly bill the insurance and accept all major insurance plans and government plans. If you are not covered, we have instant financing available with easy monthly payment plans.
Children’s Dental Emergencies
- Accidentally knocked out tooth
- Accidentally broken or chipped tooth
- Dental infection in the gums, teeth or in the bones
- Orthodontic emergencies in which a wire sticking into the cheek or gums or a loose bracket.
Why Choose Us
Open 6 Days a Week
Welcoming New Patients
Mon to Thurs 12 PM to 8 PM
Friday 9 AM to 5 PM
Saturday 8 AM to 3 PM
2787 119A St SW
Edmonton, AB T6W 0E2
More Than 40 Years In Operation
Same Day Appointments Available
Need emergency dental care?
Same-day emergency dental appointment is available. We are open 6 days a week!
Common Signs of a Dental Emergency
Having a severe toothache can be a sign that you should schedule an appointment with an emergency dentist as soon as possible since various reasons can cause it. The treatment will depend on the cause and severity of the condition. So, getting a proper diagnosis by an emergency dentist is essential. If you are experiencing a severe toothache, don’t hesitate to call us. The first goal of our caring team in Edmonton is to be your dentist of choice.
Chipped or Fractured Tooth
A chipped or fractured tooth is one of the more common dental emergencies that needs immediate treatment, but there’s nothing to make you too concerned about if it’s only a slight chip. You should find the piece of broken tooth, wrap it in the wet gauze and seek help from an emergency dentist quickly. Your emergency dentist offers the appropriate treatment depending on your tooth condition. If you are undergoing a dental emergency, including a chipped or broken tooth, it’s necessary to visit an emergency dentist at your earliest convenience. Call us if you live in Edmonton.
An abscessed tooth can be a sign of infection, usually at the root of your tooth. If you are experiencing symptoms like swollen glands, fever, or a foul taste in your mouth, you should visit your dentist for an emergency appointment. A dental abscess can be caused by injury or trauma to the tooth, severe gum disease, or a cavity left untreated.
A Knocked-Out Tooth
If one of your teeth is pulled out, try to place it back into its socket. In case this is not possible, put the knocked-out tooth in a container of milk or saltwater. Then, visit your emergency dentist within an hour with your saved tooth. We are always ready to help with your dental emergency.
A serious sign of infection is a swollen jaw. But if it is accompanied by a fever, bad taste in your mouth, trouble breathing or swallowing, you will need emergency dental care. If you have such a sign, visit your emergency dentist as soon as possible.
Bleeding and Aching Gums
Excessive bleeding of your gums after flossing can be a sign of early gum gingivitis. Also, red and swollen gums are a sign of infection. So, if you are experiencing these symptoms, call your emergency dentist to book an appointment. Gum disease can appear in various stages with little warning and in some severe stages, restoring the teeth to their healthy state is not easily possible. The treatment will depend on the severity of your gum disease. We offer our affordable emergency dental treatments to individuals experiencing gum gingivitis.
Canker sores also called aphthous ulcers, are small, shallow lesions that develop on the soft tissues in your mouth or at the base of your gums. They can be painful and can make eating and talking difficult. Check with your dentist if you have unusually large or painful canker sores.
Lost Filling or Crown
How to treat a lost crown or filling? Is this a dental emergency? A lost filling or crown can be a sign of forming another cavity in your tooth. It can also cause temperature sensitivity, pain during chewing, and other symptoms associated with a toothache. The emergency dentist should be the first person to visit if you have a dental emergency. Before that, you rinse your mouth out with warm water and fill the cavity with cotton wool or a specific dental product, namely Dentemp.