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As highly experienced emergency dental practitioners, Bathurst Centre Dental Care understands that dental issues can arise at any time and could require urgent professional attention. This is why we’re committed to offering the best in emergency dental care to our patients.

Emergency dental appointmentReceiving Emergency Dental Care is as Easy as 1-2-3

  1. Call our office immediately at 905-707-8008.
  2. Request an emergency dental appointment for that same day.
  3. One of our skilled emergency dentists will see you that day to alleviate your discomfort.

For emergencies or urgent care, appointments are best made by calling the office or coming in person.

Available to Assist In Emergency Dental Situations

When you choose Bathurst Centre Dental Care for your dentistry needs, you can rest assured knowing that whenever you have an emergency dental situation, our trained emergency dentists will be available to assist you.  For your convenience, we offer extended evening and weekend hours.

What can I do to reduce pain before my appointment?

Tooth first aidThere are several things you can do to reduce pain before your appointment:

  • Take over-the-counter pain medication such as Tylenol or Advil.
  • Apply a cold compress to the affected area.
  • If a tooth is completely knocked out of the mouth, bring it with you in a container filled with milk. The sooner you can get to us, the better of your chance of saving the tooth.

Can a broken tooth be reattached?

In many cases, pieces broken off of a tooth cannot be reattached.  However, we can rebuild your tooth with either filling or a crown.

If a tooth is knocked out completely, it may be reinserted in the jaw and the tooth may be reattached to the bone successfully if if it is done within the first few hours. Splinting and root canal treatment is usually needed for a re-inserted tooth.  If the tooth cannot be reattached, we offer dental implants that are strong, require no special maintenance and match the appearance of your existing teeth.

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The information provided below does not constitute dental advice and is general in nature. It does not take into account your personal dental health and should not be acted on without consultation with a certified dental professional.

Bathurst Centre Dental Care accepts no liability for any loss or injury arising out of the use of this website or reliance on the content of this website.

    1. Hi Alejandria, thank you for contacting us. Our receptionist has emailed you directly. In the future, please call us at 905-707-8008 or email us at [email protected]. We will try our best to accommodate your request.

  1. Hi, I wonder if you can tell me the Canadian procedure code for an emergency appointment with a dentist for a toothache. My tooth was coated and food particles were removed from the gum line. No filling was required. Thanks John Measham.

    1. Hi John, the procedure code for an emergency exam with a dentist in Ontario is 01205. Other codes can be applied if other services or treatments are rendered, such as x-rays or cleaning.

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