If you live in or near Brampton and you or a family member has a dental emergency, don’t wait—come to our office in the Bestgate Professional Centre, 40 Finchgate Blvd Suite 121, Brampton, ON L6T 3J1.
There’s ample and validated parking. We are on the main floor of the building, and the office is wheelchair-accessible.
We accept walk-ins and new patients, whether a child, teen, adult or senior, and offer extended hours.
If you want an appointment booked before coming in, reach us at 905-791-3867 or book your appointment online.
When you or someone in your family has a dental emergency, don’t wait—get in touch or come into the office as soon as you can.
This helps increase the chances of saving a damaged tooth or teeth and preventing any further complications.
In the moments following a dental emergency, know that there are steps you can take to manage pain and perhaps even save a tooth until you arrive at our office.
By their very nature, emergencies are hard to predict. Whatever problem you’re having, just come in to see us so we can start helping you. Here’s a sample of what we’ve seen—and treated—in our office:
Swelling in the mouth, face, jaw or throat begins as a cavity or gum infection.
Resulting from poor oral hygiene or any health conditions that naturally weaken the immune system (e.g. cancer, HIV).
Swelling usually related to a lower back tooth or wisdom tooth; a flap of gum tissue grows over the back part of the tooth and bacteria and food debris accumulate under the fold of tissue, resulting in infection.
Pain in or around teeth or jaws, with many possible causes, including cavities, severe decay, cracks in teeth, exposed roots, gum disease and muscle spasms.
Knocked-out teeth or other damage to the teeth, gums, jawbones, tongue or lips caused by car accidents, sports injuries, physical fights and burns from hot liquids or breaks, chips or cracks from biting hard foods.
Pain caused by infection to pulp
Infection in the pulp – the soft tissue made up of nerve fibres and blood vessels in the centre of the tooth – advanced to causing acute, unmanageable pain.
Emergency root canals and extractions
In the case of infected pulp, we will do an emergency root canal to alleviate your pain and to try to save the tooth. If we can’t do a root canal, we will remove your tooth.
If you’re suffering from a dental emergency in or near Brampton, call 905-791-3867 or book an appointment online, or walk in at 40 Finchgate Blvd., Suite 121. We can help!
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