Do you require Calgary Emergency Dentistry? We know that a dental emergency is not fun for anyone, and they tend to arise at the worst times. If you’re not sure whether a dental problem requires emergency dentistry, our dentists offer this advice: if it hurts, it’s an emergency! Attempting to wait out the pain often leads to worsening the situation. Contact us immediately; Pathways Dental Clinic is available 24/7 for any Emergency Dentistry concerns in Calgary.

Even injuries that seem minor or superficial, like chips or small fractures, can affect the living tissue inside the teeth. Likewise, with lost fillings and crowns, even without symptoms, the tooth has lost its support and could easily become weaker, requiring further and more extensive treatment later on. If treatment is provided quickly, the odds of saving injured or damaged teeth significantly improve.

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If you are interested in financing to help with the cost of the treatment, we have many options!

Pathways Dental Clinic specializes in taking care of Emergency Dentistry issues
ranging from broken teeth to oral injuries!

What Are Some Symptoms That Require Calgary Emergency Dental Care?

  • A toothache that won’t go away and won’t respond to painkillers
  • Facial swelling and redness
  • Any pain that wakes you up at night
  • A gum infection
  • Sensitivity to cold or hot liquids or sweets
  • Pain from biting pressure
  • Constant or intermittent tooth pain
  • Severe throbbing tooth pain
  • Bad taste or odour in your mouth
  • Bleeding from the mouth
  • An injury that has knocked out your tooth completely
  • Any restorations that have fallen out
  • A cracked, broken, or chipped tooth or filling, or an abscessed tooth
These are good indications that you are experiencing some kind of emergency that requires Emergency Dental Care in Calgary. Pathways Dental Clinic will try our very best to get your emergency treated the same day, if not right away!
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What to do if a tooth has been broken or knocked out

If a tooth has been knocked out or broken, place it in milk if possible, and bring it to the office as soon as possible. The sooner the avulsed tooth is placed back (if this is an option), the higher the chance of it being successfully treated. You should aim for being seen within one hour of your injury.

Pain medication and antibiotics may be prescribed by your dentist to alleviate the symptoms before treatment. A visual and radiographic (x-rays) examination by the dentist will provide information so your dentist can determine what treatment is required moving forward.

We welcome all emergencies, and we are here to help! Our goal is to relieve your pain and discomfort and save your teeth. If you think you are experiencing a dental emergency, call Pathways Dental Clinic right away at (403) 455-5565.

Are you in pain & require Calgary Emergency Dental Care?
Contact Pathways Dental immediately!

At Pathways Dental Clinic, we welcome anyone experiencing a dental emergency.
Call Pathways Dental Clinic to book an emergency dentistry appointment today!