Emergency Dentist Ottawa

We Provide Walk-in Emergency Dental Treatment

Looking for an emergency dentist in Ottawa? Tooth trauma and tooth pain can occur at any time without any warning. Rest assured that the dental professionals at Holland Cross Dental Centre will be there to provide emergency dental treatment for you if you should ever need it. In a dental emergency, the sooner you seek treatment, the better. At Holland Cross Dental Centre we pride ourselves on providing you prompt attention and compassionate care to relieve pain and begin treatment. We will solve the immediate problem and make sure you receive follow up care and support every step of the way.

To help us have a complete understanding of your emergency situation please fill out our quick and easy emergency form to indicate the nature of your emergency. We will make sure you can be seen by an emergency dentist in Ottawa promptly.

In some cases, there are steps you can take to ensure the best possible outcome before seeing your emergency dentist in Ottawa. Listed below are a few tips for some common dental related injuries such as loss of temporary crown, knocked out tooth, broken tooth, cut to mouth, lip or tongue, suspected broken jaw and severe toothache.

Temporary Crown Falls Out
If your temporary falls out and you still have it, dry your natural tooth, apply a small dab of toothpaste to the temporary crown and reattach it.

Knocked Out Tooth
Contact your dentist immediately. The sooner the tooth is replaced, the greater the likelihood it will survive. Until you can be seen by a dentist, carefully push the tooth back into the socket with your fingers and hold it in place with your fingers or by gently biting down on it. If you cannot re-insert the tooth back into the socket, the tooth must be kept moist until you can be seen. Place the tooth into one of the following: in the mouth (next to cheek or under tongue) or in milk.

Broken Tooth
Rinse immediately with warm water. Apply ice to the affected area to reduce swelling.

Cut to Mouth, Lip or Tongue
Apply firm pressure to the area. If bleeding does not stop after a few minutes, proceed to your nearest emergency room.

Suspected Broken Jaw
If you suspect your jaw may be broken, apply ice to the affected area and proceed to your local emergency room immediately.

Severe Toothache
Rinse your mouth and floss around the tooth to make sure that debris is not causing the pain.

We strive to do our very best to have you seen by an emergency dentist in Ottawa immediately. However, if you are experiencing intense bleeding or your emergency extends beyond dental care, please go to the nearest emergency room right away.

 

Call an Emergency Dentist in Ottawa Today!

Please fill in our emergency form to indicate the nature of your emergency.


Contact Info

Address:

20 – 1620 Scott Street
Ottawa, Ontario
K1Y 4S7

Phone: 613.728.1511

Fax: 613.728.9994

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