Emergency Dentist Edmonton

Emergency Dentist and Dental Clinic Edmonton

Clean Smiles: Your Edmonton Emergency Dentist and Dental Clinic

Experience comprehensive emergency dental services at Clean Smiles Dental, your trusted Emergency Dental Clinic in Edmonton. Our team is dedicated to being available for all your urgent needs, providing quick and stress-free treatments in a friendly, calming, and hygienic environment.

 

The benefits of our Edmonton Emergency Dental Clinic program

  • Easy and quick appointment scheduling for emergency dental services
  • Flexible hours from morning to evening and on the weekends, Monday to Saturday.
  • Emergency dental appointments are available for the same day

Types of dental emergencies from Clean Smiles in Edmonton

There are a few common dental emergencies that require an Edmonton emergency dental clinic. If you experience any one or more of the following, feel free to contact us, schedule an appointment, or visit us at our clinic in Edmonton.

  • Toothaches

  • Abscess

  • Chipped or fractured teeth (broken teeth)

  • Loose or dislodged tooth (knocked-out Tooth)

  • Bleeding gums or tissues

  • Severe jaw pain

  • Orthodontic emergency

  • Lost dental restoration

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Easy and quick appointment scheduling with our emergency dentist in Edmonton. 

Flexible hours from morning to evening and on the weekends, Monday to Saturday.

Emergency dental appointments are available for the same day.

Urgent and affordable dental care for all ages

Our clinic caters to patients of all ages, offering tailored treatment plans to meet diverse dental needs including tooth pain, elective esthetic dental procedures, knocked-out teeth, severe tooth pain and dental surgeries. Whether you’re a child or a senior, if you’re looking for an emergency dental care in Edmonton, then Clean Smiles Dental is for you. We make sure to provide a comfortable and hygienic environment where you’ll receive excellent care.

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Emergency dental services

If you are going through any kind of dental emergency, no need to worry! Our skilled dentists will examine your oral condition thoroughly and discuss the best treatment plans with you. In any case of immediate procedures your teeth will be taken care of by our dentist on duty, who are ready to provide you stress free treatments. Our focus is to minimize the discomfort while performing dental procedures.

Looking for emergency dentistry in Edmonton?

If you’re facing a dental emergency, rely on Clean Smiles Dental Clinic, Edmonton North, for prompt and efficient assistance. Our skilled and professional team is ready to examine your oral condition thoroughly, discuss the best treatment plans, and provide immediate procedures to minimize discomfort during dental emergencies.

Explore our website for more information on our services, and rest assured that we follow the Alberta fee guide. To book your appointment, call us at 780-800-6655 or conveniently book online. Clean Smiles Dental is here to be your partner in emergency dental care in Edmonton.

Emergency dental services (dental emergencies) are treatments provided in response to urgent dental issues that require immediate attention to alleviate pain, prevent further damage, or address serious infections. Common emergency dental services include:

  1. Toothache Relief: Severe tooth pain can indicate an underlying problem such as an infection or decay that needs immediate treatment.  Tooth pain is one of the most common dental emergencies we face, and often tooth pain is a symptom of a separate dental issue.  Our dental services can help not only with dental pain but also any underlying issues as well. 

  2. Broken Teeth or Chipped Tooth Repair: Accidents or trauma can cause teeth to break (broken tooth) or chip. Emergency dental care is necessary to prevent further damage and restore the tooth’s structure.  

  3. Knocked-Out Tooth (Avulsed Tooth): Knocked out teeth is when a tooth or multiple teeth iare completely knocked out.  Call us as soon as possible, immediate dental care can sometimes save and reimplant the knocked-out tooth.  Dental implants may be required depending on the damage and delay.  As we mentioned above emergency dental services may cover a number of different treatments to fix an issue.  Emergency dentistry is not always just a single issue.  

  4. Lost Filling or Crown: Losing a filling or crown can expose the underlying tooth to damage and infection, requiring prompt replacement.  

  5. Abscess Treatment: An abscess is a serious infection that can cause pain, swelling, and fever. Emergency treatment is essential to drain the abscess and address the infection.

  6. Soft Tissue Injuries: Injuries to the gums, tongue, cheeks, or lips that involve significant bleeding or pain need urgent care to prevent further complications.

  7. Cracked or Fractured Tooth: A cracked or fractured tooth can cause pain and sensitivity, and if left untreated, it can lead to more severe damage or infection.

  8. Orthodontic Emergencies: Problems with braces or other orthodontic appliances, such as broken wires or brackets, can cause discomfort or injury and may require emergency adjustment or repair.

  9. Severe Gum Infection: Acute gum infections, such as periodontal abscesses, can cause intense pain and swelling, necessitating immediate treatment.

  10. Bleeding After Dental Surgery: Excessive or prolonged bleeding following a dental procedure, such as an extraction, requires prompt attention to control the bleeding and prevent complications.

If you experience any of these issues, it’s important to seek emergency dental services promptly to address the problem and prevent further complications.

Dental emergencies are often accompanied by pain and discomfort and acting quickly will help.  Long term dental health can also be affected if issues are not addressed quickly and may not just be about tooth pain.  

An emergency tooth extraction is a emergency dental service or procedure performed when a tooth needs to be removed immediately due to severe pain, infection, trauma, or other urgent dental issues.

This type of extraction is necessary to alleviate pain, prevent the spread of infection, or address other serious dental health concerns that cannot wait for a regular dental appointment. Common reasons for an emergency tooth extraction include:

  1. Severe Tooth Decay: When a tooth is extensively decayed and cannot be restored with a filling, crown, or root canal, an emergency extraction may be necessary to prevent further pain and infection.

  2. Infection or Abscess: A tooth infection or abscess can cause significant pain, swelling, and fever. If antibiotics and other treatments are not effective, extracting the tooth may be necessary to stop the spread of infection.

  3. Trauma or Injury: Accidents or injuries that result in a broken or severely damaged tooth may require immediate extraction if the tooth cannot be saved or repaired.

  4. Impacted Wisdom Teeth: Impacted wisdom teeth that cause pain, swelling, or infection may need to be extracted urgently to alleviate symptoms and prevent further complications.

  5. Advanced Gum Disease: Severe periodontal disease can cause teeth to become loose or infected. In some cases, emergency extraction is needed to remove the affected tooth and prevent the spread of infection to surrounding tissues.

  6. Severe Pain: A tooth causing unbearable pain that does not respond to other treatments may need to be extracted to provide relief.

The procedure for an emergency tooth extraction typically involves the following steps:

  1. Examination and Diagnosis: The dentist will examine the affected tooth and take X-rays to assess the extent of the problem and determine the best course of action.

  2. Anesthesia: Local anesthesia is administered to numb the area around the tooth, ensuring that the patient does not feel pain during the extraction.

  3. Extraction: The dentist will use specialized instruments to loosen and remove the tooth. For a simple extraction, this involves loosening the tooth with an elevator and then removing it with forceps. For a surgical extraction, which may be necessary for impacted or severely damaged teeth, the dentist may need to make an incision in the gum and possibly remove some bone to access and extract the tooth.

  4. Post-Extraction Care: After the tooth is removed, the dentist will provide instructions for post-extraction care, including managing pain, reducing swelling, and promoting healing. This may include taking prescribed medications, applying ice packs, and avoiding certain foods and activities for a period of time.

Emergency tooth extractions are crucial for addressing urgent dental issues promptly and preventing further complications, ensuring the patient’s overall dental health and well-being.

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