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Understanding 3 Different Types of Dental Emergencies
Understanding 3 Different Types of Dental Emergencies
July 08, 2020

If you are experiencing a dental emergency in Toronto, having a go-to dental clinic capable of providing top-tier dental care is of the utmost importance. This can be especially true when time is of the essence, and prolonging emergency dental care can result in increased discomfort and pain over time.

 

Luckily, the team at Queen’s Quay Dental can help assist with your dental emergency in Toronto by meeting your dental care needs. 

 

Conveniently located near Toronto’s lakeshore, Queen’s Quay Dental boasts a reputation for premium patient-care, especially when it comes to dealing with a patient’s dental emergency in Toronto. For any dental emergencies patients are experiencing, please contact our office and we will be able to schedule an emergency appointment for immediate attention. 

 

We understand the importance of providing quick and effective care to alleviate the pain and discomfort patients are experiencing. As such, we take the steps to be as accommodating to the patient as possible and well-equipped to provide the needed solution to any type of dental emergency. 


 

What are dental emergencies?

 

As its name suggests, dental emergencies are situations that require quick and/or immediate dental attention. While dental emergencies are typically associated with dealing with painful oral and teeth issues, it is not always the case that the presence of pain is involved. The following are examples of situations that would be considered dental emergencies:

 

 

Toothaches

 

 

If you are experiencing a toothache, you will typically feel pain in or around a tooth. The pain you feel can indicate that there is something wrong with that tooth or region of your mouth. In some instances however, toothaches can also be the result of referred pain - meaning the pain is related to a problem that exists somewhere else in your body. 

 

Chipped/Broken/Knocked Out Teeth

 

 

Teeth chipping, breaking, or getting knocked out is usually caused by forceful impacts. This can be due to situations such as car accidents, sports related injuries, or even pre-existing dental issues including large cavities or lost fillings.

 

Sharp Objects Lodged in Teeth

 

 

Getting objects such as food is a common occurrence to most patients. A quick remedy is the use of dental floss to dislodge the food particles stuck between your teeth. However, sometimes people can get non-food materials stuck in their teeth which can cause an irritating or even painful feeling. When sharp objects are stuck in your teeth, it can be difficult to remove without the help of a clinic that assists patients with a dental emergency in Toronto. 

 

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Life has been anything but normal this spring and we sincerely hope you and your family are in good health. We are happy to inform you that we are now able to once again provide dental care for you and your family. The Ministry of Health has lifted the restrictions placed back in March. While many things have changed since then, one thing has remained the same: our commitment to your health and safety.

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