Urgent Dental Care
If you experience a dental emergency, call our office at (613) 226-4562 as soon as you can. We will make arrangements for you to see Dr. Leila Ebrahimpoor, to receive treatment, and we will provide instructions on what to do until you can make it to our office.
A dental emergency is something that requires attention from a dental professional as soon as possible. We understand that emergency situations are rarely planned, but rest assured that our dental office is here to help when you need it the most. We encourage you to contact us if you experience any kind of dental emergency and will be happy to book you in for an appointment as soon as we are able to.
Emergency Dental Care in Ottawa
Some common dental emergency situations could include:
If left untreated, severe toothaches can cause intense pain, swelling, and discharge. If you’ve tried home remedies and the pain persists or worsens, call on our emergency dental care services right away.
All damaged or broken teeth should be assessed by a dental professional to provide a safe and effective solution before other issues come up.
Loose or Lost Crowns & Dental Fillings
If your fillings or crown are loose or fall out, make sure to call us for a same day emergency appointment. Consult with our dentists for a temporary solution before coming in for your treatment.
Infected or Abscessed Teeth
If left untreated or unnoticed, cavities can fester and can eventually become infected. If you’re experiencing intense pain, bad breath, swelling, and abnormal sensitivity, meet with your dentist ASAP.
Frequently Asked Questions
Some common dental emergencies include:
- Intense toothaches
- Missing fillings
- Lost crowns
- Broken teeth
- Infected cavities
- Sensitive & swollen gums
There are many different at home remedies for soothing a toothache. Some common remedies include:
- Taking anti-inflammatory drugs
- Rinsing with salt-water
- Applying a cold compress
- Using a hot pack
If you’re experiencing lasting and uncomfortable pain after trying at home solutions, make sure to check in with your dentist. Going to the dentist should be your first line of defense.