Due to the COVID-19 outbreak;

Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario has advised all dental offices to shut down. We are postponing all elective and routine treatments and available for emergency care and treatment if needed during this time. Please call or email.

Re-opening will be re-assessed by our college the first week of April, we are hoping to return to work fully, by Monday, April 6th.

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Emergency Dentist in Nepean

Are you experiencing pain or discomfort inside your mouth or radiating from your jawbone? If so, you could be experiencing a dental emergency and may require emergency dental in Nepean. When pain strikes suddenly and without a cause it can cause more than discomfort, it can cause worry as well. Not knowing whether to go straight to the emergency room or your local hospital or wait for an appointment with your dentist can be a challenge to decide.

What to Do in a Dental Emergency

The information below can shed some light on what to consider an emergency and what can wait for your next dental appointment:

  • Fractured jaw: contact us or go to a hospital emergency room immediately!
  • Tooth knocked out: see us within 30 minutes.
  • Broken, chipped or loosened tooth: call us for an appointment, even if you are not in pain.
  • Abscess or toothache: see us as soon as possible.
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