Common types of dental emergencies:
Our emergency dentist specializes in:
If you are experiencing sharp pain when you swallow or eat, it is likely that you might have broken or chipped a piece of your tooth. In times like these, there is no need to panic. It is a common dental emergency. Visit our emergency dentist in Brampton, Mississauga and Toronto to get your broken or chipped tooth fixed by our highly qualified and experienced dental team.
If you ignore paying a visit to your dentist when you experience a toothache, it can potentially lead to you losing your tooth permanently. It is important to regularly pay a visit to your dentist or at times when you experience a bad toothache. You can ease the pain before you visit the dentist by applying an icepack against the spot of the sore tooth.
The reason your tooth gets infected or decayed is because of the cavity being left untreated, or signs of severe gum disease. Common symptoms of tooth decay or infection is a bad taste in your mouth and swollen glands. To schedule an emergency with our emergency dentist, get in touch with our staff.
Are you experiencing bleeding from your gums? If yes, it might be a sign of infection or gingivitis. Cosmodont Dentistry offers patients in Brampton, Mississauga and Toronto competitively priced emergency dental procedures. Call today to book your appointment.
If you are facing trouble with swallowing and breathing, including experiencing a foul taste in your mouth, it is a sign that your jaw might be swollen. You must quickly seek dental care to avoid any costly procedures in the future.
Do you have a cavity forming in your tooth? If you do, it is because you have lost a filling. You will experience pain during chewing. Before visiting the dentist, ensure you rinse your mouth with warm water and fill the cavity by placing a ball of cotton wool.
If you have suffered a physical or injured your tooth/teeth in a sports accident which has resulted in your tooth getting knocked out, you can place your trust in our emergency dentist to put it back in its socket expertly. For more information, please reach out to our friendly team.