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Emergency Dentist in Brampton

Emergency Dentist In Brampton

Are You looking for Emergency Dentist In Brampton? Do you have a knocked out tooth or painful abscess? Polaris Dental treats dental emergencies in Brampton. Dental emergencies can be both painful and frightening, and many of us don’t know what to do when they happen. Whether it’s a severe toothache, a broken tooth, or a traumatic injury to your mouth, it’s important to know the best steps to take in order to get the medical care you need.Don’t wait – call us at 905-453-0990 to consult Emergency Dentist In Brampton and to make sure we have a spot ready for your arrival.

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Knocked Out Tooth?need Emergency Dentist In Brampton?

Has your tooth been knocked out? Contact Polaris dental for Emergency Dentist In Brampton. If you can get to a dentist within an hour, there is a good chance the tooth can be saved. Rach to us for any dental emergencies in Brampton. Follow these steps and visit your dentist as soon as possible:

  • Handle the tooth by the crown only. Do not handle the tooth by its roots, only the crown. Touching the roots of the tooth can cause irreversible damage and may prevent the tooth from being saved.
  • Do not clean the tooth. Even if the tooth falls on the ground and/or becomes soiled, you should not attempt to clean the tooth as this may damage the roots.
  • Try to reinsert the tooth. In some instances, it may be possible to reinsert the tooth back into its socket. Grasping the tooth by its crown, try to place it back in the socket. If you do manage to successfully reinsert the tooth, you should still visit your dentist as soon as possible so they may check its condition and that it is has been repositioned correctly. If you cannot reinsert it with light pressure, read the next steps to prepare the tooth for transportation to your dentist’s office.
  • Prepare the tooth for transport. If you are unsuccessful in placing the tooth back in the socket, you should prepare it for travel to the dentist’s office. To keep the tooth alive, it needs to be kept moist and at a pH similar to human saliva. Your options include: tucking the tooth in the pocket of your cheek, wrapping the tooth in a spit-moistened paper towel, or placing the tooth in a glass of milk. If it’s a child’s tooth, you may wish to choose the glass of milk or paper towel method to avoid the choking risk.
  • Visit your dentist as soon as possible. Outside its socket, a tooth can only survive up to an hour. Therefore, it is very important to see your dentist as soon as possible. Call ahead to make sure the dentist can keep a chair open in anticipation of your arrival.

Cracked Or Chipped Teeth Emergencies?

Not all cracked and chipped teeth are considered dental emergencies. But, if you are in a great deal of discomfort or pain (or the nerve or pulp of the tooth is exposed), you should treat it as an emergency and visit your dentist right away. If the tooth has chipped off, keep the piece of tooth in either a glass of milk or a spit-wetted paper towel until you can reach a dentist’s office.

You can reach us is searching for Emergency Dentist In Brampton. Call us if you are not sure whether your chipped, cracked, or fractured tooth constitutes a dental emergency.  We will advise you on the best way to proceed. Compromised teeth can often be treated with a dental crownimplantveneer, or root canal therapy.

General Care Tips After Dental Trauma

If you have been treated for dental trauma, the dentist will provide you with aftercare instructions specific to your condition. Therefore, the care recommendations provided by your dentist may differ from these general care tips. After being treated for a dental injury, it is generally advised that you:

  • Refrain from participating in contact sports or vigorous exercise for at least two weeks
  • Stick to soft foods for two weeks
  • Take care when brushing and flossing around the trauma site
  • If a medicated mouthwash is prescribed, use it as directed
  • Visit your dentist if complications arise (pus/bleeding after 48 hours, reemergence of pain, etc.)

Most Frequent Questions :-

Oral abscess is a condition in which there is pus released in the mouth. It generally occurs after tooth extraction surgery. The main reason for this to happen is that there is a certain bacterial infection. This can cause tremendous pain in the infected region. If it is caused due to a bacteria belonging to the Streptococcus genus, it will also have ill effects on the heart. If an individual suspect’s pus in their mouth after the surgery, they must instantly rush to the nearest dental emergency facility.

No. Bleeding after the surgery for a few minutes is normal, If the bleeding continues after 8 hours without clot formation, it is not at all normal. If this situation occurs, one must consult the dentist as fast as possible.

If a tooth of a person is knocked out, the tooth must be held by the crown and not by the roots. Clean it gently and try to put it back in the socket by positioning it correctly, but gently and not by forcing it. Visit an endodontist or dentist. These actions must be taken within 30 minutes of the injury only.

The tooth abscess is caused due to bacterial infection. It has many ill effects on health including reduced movement of the jaw, tremendous pain, and, in some cases, can also cause chronic coronary heart disease.

In the case of tooth abscess, the risk is not at all recommended to be taken. Visit a dentist as soon as possible if the tooth abscess is suspected.

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We work as a team to provide high quality dental services to our patients in Brampton and the neighboring areas. We know that you are busy – For the convenience of our patients, we are open on weekends including Sundays. Our timings are flexible with options for early morning and late evening appointments including emergency appointments.

We offer comprehensive care for our patients including various modalities of cosmetic dentistry. Smile-enhancing procedures like bonding,veneers, ceramic crowns, teeth whitening are done to meet the unique needs of each and every patient.

In our general dental practice,we also offer Invisalign and orthodontic braces at an affordable price. As you know, Invisalign is one of the ways of corrective treatment for misalignment of teeth This involves transitioning through a series of aligners until the desired change is accomplished.Read more about Invisalign below.

Emergency dental care is offered at an affordable rate and this includes root canal treatment, wisdom teeth removals and a comprehensive range of dental services. Open on Sundays.

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