If you are experiencing a severe dental emergency, causing bleeding and /or difficulty breathing, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital’s emergency department.
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Emergency Dentistry

Emergency or Urgent dental care after hours and/or when clinics are closed.

If you are experiencing a severe dental emergency, causing uncontrollable bleeding and /or difficulty breathing, call 911 and go to the nearest hospital emergency department.

If you are experiencing a dental urgency and need to see a dentist, call our clinics at (403) 272-7272 or (403) 287-6453. If there is no answer, please leave a voicemail giving us your name, date of birth, and the nature of the urgency. If you don’t get a response within the hour, please call Emergency Dental at (587) 351-2243.

Emergency Dental Services at Calgary Dental Centers

Emergency Dentistry Calgary - Tooth Ache

When problems arise with the smile, you must seek the care and attention of an emergency dentist "near me." Emergency dental services are just one of many offerings at Calgary Dental Centers of Calgary, Alberta. Our dentists are here to help with same-day appointments to relieve you of pain or discomfort. Knowing what a dental emergency is and when to seek immediate care is critical in many situations where teeth are damaged or knocked out.

What is Considered a Dental Emergency?

The team at Calgary Dental Centers in Calgary, Alberta, refers to a dental emergency as a time-sensitive dental issue that requires immediate treatment to save a tooth, stop ongoing pain or bleeding, or prevent further damage to your smile.

  • Knocked out tooth. For example, if you have a knocked-out tooth, time is of the essence. The faster you can get into our practice for an emergency dentist, the better chance we have of saving your tooth.
  • Severe toothache. If you are experiencing severe dental pain, this is also considered a dental emergency. Our team can provide you with the care and treatment you need to get out of pain and on the road to recovery. This may include services such as root canal therapy or fillings. Once the cause of the toothache is determined and officially diagnosed, the dentist will recommend the most appropriate treatment to find relief and restore oral health.
  • Lost or broken restorations. Restorations such as fillings that are lost or loose can leave a tooth exposed, and at risk of infection, so replacement is necessary as soon as possible to protect the smile.

What If I Am Unsure If I Have a Dental Emergency?

If you are not sure whether or not your situation is considered a dental emergency, please call our office, and we will be happy to advise you. We understand that visiting an emergency dentist "near me" is critical when time is of the essence. At Calgary Dental Centers, we provide urgent dental care for new and established patients at our facilities. Call today to request more information about our emergency dental services.

Calgary’s Dental Care - Dr. Hanif Asaria

Dr. Hanif Asaria is a dentist who serves the area of Calgary, who is devoted to helping people get the smile of their dreams. He graduated in 1989 with a DDS at the Canadian University of Alberta. He is a member of the Alberta Dental Association and the Academy of General Dentistry. He has over 28 years of experience in the areas of general, restorative, and cosmetic dentistry.

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