Dental Emergency

Same-Day Dental Emergency Appointments in Arnprior

Dental Emergencies can happen to anyone. An accident results in a chipped or cracked tooth. Or tooth pain that goes from mild to severe in the blink of an eye. For these situations, it’s best to see a dental professional as soon as possible. That’s why, here at Dentistry at Arnprior, we offer emergency dental services during regular business hours. If you need to be seen immediately for a dental emergency, we suggest giving us a call. That way, we can ensure our practice is prepared to provide you the treatment and care you need. Some of the emergencies we can help with include:

Broken Braces or Wires


Abscessed Tooth

Fractured or Chipped Tooth

Extruded Tooth

Urgent Dental Care Available

Quick evaluation and treatment in the case of a dental emergency are very important. If you or your loved one are experiencing a dental emergency, please don’t hesitate to call our office. One of our friendly and compassionate team members will give you instructions on what to do next.

Emergency Dental Care for Tissue Injuries

Cuts, lacerations or other wounds to the lips, tongue and cheek are all considered soft tissue trauma. Treatment varies depending on each patient’s condition. However, a usual appointment begins with a discussion about what caused your recent trauma. From there, the dentist conducts a thorough physical exam of the area, looking for relevant things such as tooth or bone damage, as well as pieces of chipped teeth. In most cases, superficial wounds heal on their own however larger cuts may need stitches. The dentist may also prescribe antibiotics to prevent infection.

Emergency Dental Care for Chipped, Cracked or Broken Teeth

Damage to your teeth can be a result of a sports injury, chewing on hard objects, or just an accident. Treatment for a broken or chipped tooth depends on the extent of damage. You might need a tooth filling, a dental crown, or root canal. Chipped or broken teeth can also sometimes be fixed with veneers.

Emergency Dental Care for Severe Toothache

Toothaches are commonly caused by tooth decay, an abscessed tooth, infected gums, tooth fracture, or a damaged filling. The root cause of a toothache helps determine the appropriate treatment. To get a better idea, your dentist will do a physical examination of your mouth, teeth, gums, jaw, and tongue. Based on our findings, possible treatments can include extraction and antibiotics. If an infected nerve is the problem, a root canal may be necessary.

Call our office to schedule an appointment.