Emergency Dental Care

Dental emergencies can strike at any time, and when they do, you need help immediately. You don’t have time to wait around for an appointment. The Dental Team offers emergency dental care, and we strive to meet the emergency needs of our patients efficiently and quickly. 

Emergency Dental Care

Many dental issues can wait, but emergencies need to be treated as soon as possible. Here are some common dental emergencies and a few tips on what to do before you get to the dentist.

Knocked-Out Tooth

Avoid touching the roots of a knocked-out tooth and handle it by its crown (the part that is normally seen in the mouth). Place the tooth back into the socket, if possible, or put it in a cup of milk to keep it moist. 

Dental Pain

Intense oral pain that prevents you from sleeping or focusing on day-to-day tasks is a dental emergency, and it’s usually a sign of a deep cavity or an abscess. Salt-water rinses, over-the-counter pain medications, and cold compresses can help with pain, but you need to get to a dentist to treat your dental emergency as soon as possible. 

Soft-Tissue Injuries and Bleeding

Soft tissue injuries need emergency care if the bleeding doesn’t stop. Gently clean the area and see if a cold compress stops the bleeding

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Contact an emergency care dentist if you’re having any of these issues. Explain what’s happening, and don’t minimize the pain you’re feeling. They will guide you to the best options for your situation. 

Emergency Dental Care Solutions

The proper emergency dental care varies based on your issue. Here are some of the most common emergency dental care services. 

Emergency Tooth Repair

Knocked out teeth should be replaced by the patient or parent at the site of the injury immediately. If the patient waits until they get to the dental office it will likely be too late.

Emergency Extraction

If the tooth has an abscess it can often be saved with a root canal, but if that’s not possible, we can repair a cavity that goes into the root of your tooth with a root canal, but if that’s not possible, your dentist may recommend an emergency extraction. 

Medication

Dentists may prescribe a variety of medications in a dental emergency, including painkillers and antibiotics. We have solutions for every dental emergency, and if you’re struggling with pain, a broken tooth, a missing tooth, or any other emergency, we encourage you to contact The Dental Team today. 

We have solutions for every dental emergency, and if you’re struggling with pain, a broken tooth, a missing tooth, or any other emergency, we encourage you to contact The Dental Team today. 

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Why The Dental Team is Your Trusted Partner for Emergency Dental Care

The Dental Team can help you treat your dental emergency or deal with other dental needs. Our patients enjoy the following benefits:
 

    • A wide range of emergency, routine, preventative, and cosmetic dental services 
    • Sedation dentistry is available for wisdom teeth removal and as needed 
    • Convenient locations throughout Milton, Mississauga, Brampton, and Vaughan, Ontario 
    • Extended hours and Saturday appointments


The Dental Team is proud to offer our patients dental services at all of our 10 locations. If you’re a patient in the Milton, Mississauga, and Brampton areas, contact your local The Dental Team office to schedule an appointment.

The Dental Team Is Your Go-to for Emergency Dental Care Services

We provide critical dental services, including emergency dental care, cleanings, implants, fillings, child’s services, and more. Protect the health of your mouth — contact us at The Dental Team today.