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Niagara Dental emeRGENCY

Accidents happen and dental emergencies occur after normal business hours.
if you have a true dental emergency and require assistance, 

please contact the Dentist at
(905) 329-2153 or (905) 321-4156.

By taking some precautions, you can help avoid losing a tooth. If you play recreational sports, consider a custom mouth guard to help protect your teeth, tongue, and cheek. When cutting tape be sure to use scissors and not your teeth and avoid chewing hard candy, popcorn kernels, or ice.

Also, know what your options are. Many dentists have 24-hour services set in place, and many dental practices keep extended office hours and time open in their daily schedules to accommodate emergencies. Call us and We will see what we can do!


Depending on the severity of your dental emergency, it may be recommended you go to the hospital.

Having a backup plan and knowing what to do when accidents happened can help save your tooth. Give us a call...

There are all kinds of dental emergencies we see at our office, including trauma, and those can include children playing sports or mothers slaying with their children and their child accidentally bumping and breaking the front tooth of the other child.

If you haven't seen a dentist in a long time and you have a cavity and it's become so big that it has reached the nerve, and you need to see us. Call us! 


if you start having a toothache and it can also get infected and inflamed.

And you might have a swollen cheek or bottom of the jaw or even neck, and it could be pretty life-threatening. So it's definitely very important to see us.


Another common reason is wisdom teeth, especially in teenagers or young adults. When a wisdom tooth is trying to erupt, it starts to cut through your gums and it creates a pocket where it can collect a lot of bacteria and that can get infected and it's very, very painful.


You are unable to eat, you're unable to open your mouth really wide.   You would require some antibiotics to clear that up. And another common reason that we see are lost fillings or loss crowns and that could become also uncomfortable, especially if that tooth has never had a root canal done. It becomes very sensitive to any sort of food or Temperature and beverages, and obviously, if you lose a crown, it's also very unaesthetic looking and you obviously cannot continue eating food the way you used to.

The main goal of all those emergencies for us to see you the same day and to get you out of pain at the time of the phone call.  Let us know what's going on in your particular situation so that we can be well prepared.  let's get your dental emergency dealt with! 

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