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Emergency Dentistry – Edmonton, AB

Getting You the Fast, Pain-Relieving Care You Need

Man in need of emergency dentistry holding his cheek in pain

Dental emergencies always seem to happen at moments when you least expect them, making them shocking and difficult to handle. That’s why we recommend that our patients keep our number programmed in their phone, so you can reach us in a moment’s notice. When you call, our team will provide you with over-the-phone first-aid guidance and schedule an appointment for you as soon as possible for emergency dentistry in Edmonton, AB.

Why Choose Sherbrooke Family Dental for Emergency Dentistry?

  • Same-Day Appointments for Emergency Patients
  • We Accept
    Dental Insurance
  • Oral Conscious Sedation Available

How to Handle Common Dental Emergencies

Woman in need of emergency dentistry holding cheek in pain

It can be hard to think clearly in an emergency situation. When you call us, we’ll make sure that you take all of the proper steps and measures to reduce your risk of causing additional damage to your smile. We also schedule same-day emergency appointments for our patients in need of emergency care, so you won’t have to worry about sitting around in pain and wondering how bad the damage really is. Below, we’ve outlined some helpful advice for you to take as you’re making your way to our dental office.

Animated tooth struck by lightning signifying toothache


Toothaches are often a result of infections hidden deep below the enamel of your teeth. To clean the area, rinse your mouth with warm salt water. To help with your pain, you can take an over-the-counter medication, such as ibuprofen, or place a cold compress on the outside of your mouth for 10 minutes on and 10 minutes off.

Learn About Root Canals

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Chipped/Broken Tooth

If you’re able to locate the broken-off piece of your tooth, pick it up, rinse it off, and store it in a safe container to bring with you to your appointment. If the damage has created a jagged or sharp edge on your tooth, you can place a piece of orthodontic wax over it to keep it from scraping or irritating your oral tissues.

Learn About Tooth Extractions

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Knocked-Out Tooth

Time is of the essence, so quickly pick up your tooth, being sure to only handle it by the biting surface, and gently rinse it under a cool stream of water. To keep it viable, store it in a sealable container of milk or saline and bring it to your appointment.

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Lost Filling/Crown

If you’re able to locate your restoration, pick it up and clean it under a stream of tap water. You can temporarily place it back on your damaged tooth using a dab of toothpaste or denture adhesive. Remember that this is only a temporary solution, and in order to prevent an infection from developing, you’ll need to visit us in a timely manner so we can repair or replace your filling or crown.

How to Prevent Dental Emergencies

Man brushing teeth to prevent dental emergencies

While it’s impossible to completely prevent dental emergencies, there are some ways that you can significantly reduce your risk of experiencing one. These include:

  • Maintaining a nutritious diet
  • Staying hydrated with water
  • Avoiding chewing on sticky and hard foods
  • Breaking bad oral habits like nail-biting and smoking
  • Regularly brushing and flossing at home

The Cost of Treating Dental Emergencies

Dental team member discussing the cost of emergency dentistry with patient

Before we can outline the details of the cost of your emergency treatment, we’ll need to first find out how to fix the issue that’s causing you pain or discomfort. We won’t be able to do this until we’ve conducted a thorough examination of your mouth. Based on our findings, we’ll then outline a custom treatment plan for you and walk you through insurance coverage and financing options. If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to ask one of our professionals.

TMJ/TMD Therapy

Woman in need of T M J therapy holding jaw in pain

Are you experiencing jaw tenderness, nightly teeth grinding, or lockjaw? These are all signs that you have temporomandibular joint dysfunction, or TMD. We offer multiple therapy options, such as BOTOX injections and occlusal adjustments, to help relieve stress from your jaw joints and address the underlying cause of your condition. To learn more, contact our dental office today to schedule an appointment.