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EMERGENCY DENTAL CLINIC TORONTO

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Walk-in emergency dental clinic toronto
DENTAL SERVICES IN TORONTO
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EMERGENCY DENTAL CLINIC TORONTO

Emergency Dental Working Hours

Monday to Saturday, 9:00 AM to Midnight

Sunday 11:00 AM TO 4:00 PM

Emergency Dental Working Hours

Open Late for Your Convenience!

9:00 AM to Midnight

Walk-In Dental Promotions

All Insurances Accepted Senior Discount Free Consultation Free teeth whitening after completing a new patient exam Dental Implants for Only $999

Emergency Services

Emergency dental services
Orthodontics
Dental Implants
Root canals
Bridges and crowns
Whitening

Walk-in Dental Contact Us

6093 Yonge St, North York, ON M2M 3W2, Canada

Phone: +1 416-225-1500
Fax: 416-225-6317

Walk-in Dental Contact Us

6093 Yonge St, North York, ON M2M 3W2, Canada

Phone: +1 416-225-1500
Fax: 416-225-6317

Walk-In Dental Clinic: General & Emergency Dental Services in Toronto

Plagued by a late-night toothache? Call us now to schedule an appointment with our emergency dentist in Toronto!
With long working hours until midnight seven days a week, and a convenient, easy to access location, local emergency Walk-In Dental Clinic is the best choice for receiving comprehensive care from an experienced dentist and well-trained staff.
Whatever your dental emergency is, our caring team in Toronto will be ready to meet your needs by providing a wide range of emergency dental services.
Emergency patients are always welcome in our Toronto emergency dental clinic.

A dental emergency is a potentially dangerous and life-threatening situation that needs immediate treatment and can occur any time without any prior notice. So, in the case of a dental emergency, it is best to schedule an appointment with an emergency dentist at your earliest convenience. In the event of a dental emergency, the sooner you see your dentist, the better. At Walk-In Dental Clinic Toronto, we have an experienced emergency dentist on staff that you can visit for a dental emergency if the need arises. With years of experience, all our dentists offer comprehensive emergency dental services to our valued patients in Toronto. We attempt to see emergency patients on the same day!

Affordable emergency dental services to all the patients in Toronto, North York, Richmond Hill, Vaughan, York, and Scarborough.

When a dental emergency occurs, the pain around the teeth and jaw can take a toll on you. So, you need to know the right tips to consider. Dental emergencies often occur when you are least expecting them and require immediate care by an emergency dentist. When you experience a true dental emergency, please contact our Toronto dentist’s office immediately. We have several dentists available for immediate emergency dental treatment. We ensure you will receive comprehensive care from our experienced dentist and well-trained staff.

The dental staff at Walk-in Dental Clinic has been serving in Toronto, for years. We are experienced in successfully treating any dental emergency. We will be happy to be your dentist of choice.

Emergency Dental Services in Toronto

EMERGENCIES

TEETH WHITENINGS

ORTHODONTICES

ROOT CANALS

IMPLANTS

BRIDGES & CROWNS

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EMERGENCIES

WHITENINGS

ORTHODONTICES

ROOT CANALS

IMPLANTS

BRIDGES & CROWNS

walk-in dental clinic teeth whitening service

EMERGENCY DENTAL CLINIC TORONTO

Our professional staff at our emergency dental clinic offers a wide range of dental services from general dentistry and orthodontics to other emergency dental procedures, such as emergency oral surgeon and fillings. Our dedicated emergency dentist’s provide all dental services at our Emergency Walk-In Dental Clinic in Toronto include teeth whitening and bleaching, crown and denture repair, and cosmetic dental procedures. Plan your visit to our emergency dentist’s office with no appointment needed, and discover how easy it can be to regain your healthy smile! Call us at 416-225-1500

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Great Dental Practice!

I needed a new dentist. I tried the local dental chain around Ontario and was underwhelmed. My neighbor mentioned that he had a new dentist and gave me the phone number of Walk-In Dental Clinic. I made my appointment and when I walked in I knew right away that I was in a great place. Clean, professional looking office, warm greeting from the staff, who I now know by name.

— Satisfied Patient

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TORONTO TEETH WHITENING

Our emergency dentist’s office, Walk-In Dental Clinic, is among the first to introduce the latest dental technologies in Toronto. Our caring emergency team is pleased to offer Toronto teeth whitening procedures using Philips Zoom, the patient-requested professional whitening treatment. More than 10 million patients have used Zoom to achieve brighter, healthier smiles. Unlike some other types of teeth whitening products, Philips Zoom will not harm teeth and gums. It is safe to use and proven to whiten teeth by as much as 8 shades. Philips Zoom at Walk-In Dental Clinic gives your teeth greater luster and protects the enamel, and is only accessible through a dentist’s office. Get the brighter, healthier smile with Philips Zoom teeth whitening, available at Walk-In Dental Clinic. For more information, seek help from an emergency dentist in Toronto.

PROMOTIONS

  • Free Teeth Whitening After Completing a New Patient Exam
  • Dental Implants for Only $999
  • Emergency Dental Services
  • Walk-Ins Welcome
  • Open 7 Days a Week
  • All Insurances Accepted
  • Senior Discount
  • Philips Zoom Whitening
  • We are Always Accepting New Patients
  • Free Consultation

PROMOTIONS

  • Free Teeth Whitening After Completing a New Patient Exam
  • Dental Implants for Only $999
  • Walk-Ins Welcome
  • Open until Midnight 6 Days a Week
  • All Insurances Accepted
  • Senior Discount
  • Philips Zoom Whitening
  • We are Always Accepting New Patients
  • Free Consultation
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Emergency Dental Toronto

In the case of a dental emergency, try to take the right steps. While you must see your emergency dentist at your earliest convenience, following the tips provided by emergency dentists help you manage the issue better until you get to the dentist. If dental emergencies are left untreated, they can cause crucial problems, as well as the need for expensive and extensive treatment. A more beneficial treatment will be provided if you can see your emergency dentist within an hour of experiencing a true dental emergency. Besides, providing your dentist with the correct information about your emergency case is essential. If it is confusing for you to know what is classified as a dental emergency, we are trying to give you some signs about when you need emergency dental care.

More info and Some Statistics on Dental Emergencies

Although dental emergencies can happen anytime and anywhere, it is highly related to good oral health. Besides, oral health is a determining factor in overall health. According to statistics, a quarter of people living in Canada do not care about their oral health and suffer from poor oral hygiene. It is proved that people, especially men refer to a dentist only when they face a sudden intolerable toothache. Meanwhile, women care about their dental situation more. As a result, Canadian females face dental emergencies less. Another important fact should be considered about dental emergencies is that almost 50% of adults and children (from 6 to 11) have gum disease and tooth decay symptoms. As a result, when a child doesn’t care about their oral hygiene, s/he will face more dental emergencies as an adult.

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Common Signs of a Dental Emergency

Severe Toothache

Having a severe toothache can be a sign that you should schedule an appointment with an emergency dentist as soon as possible since various reasons can cause it. The treatment will depend on the cause and severity of the condition. So, getting a proper diagnosis by an emergency dentist is essential. If you are experiencing a severe toothache, don’t hesitate to call us. The first goal of our caring team in Toronto is to be your dentist of choice.
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Chipped or Fractured Tooth

A chipped or fractured tooth is one of the more common dental emergencies that needs immediate treatment, but there’s nothing to make you too concerned about if it’s only a slight chip. You should find the piece of broken tooth, wrap it in the wet gauze and seek help from an emergency dentist quickly. Your emergency dentist offers the appropriate treatment depending on your tooth condition. If you are undergoing a dental emergency, including a chipped or broken tooth, it’s necessary to visit an emergency dentist at your earliest convenience. Call us if you live in Toronto.

Lost Filling or Crown

How to treat a lost crown or filling? Is this a dental emergency? A lost filling or crown can be a sign of forming another cavity in your tooth. It can also cause temperature sensitivity, pain during chewing, and other symptoms associated with a toothache. The emergency dentist should be the first person to visit if you have a dental emergency. Before that, you rinse your mouth out with warm water and fill the cavity with cotton wool or a specific dental product, namely Dentemp.

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A Knocked-Out Tooth

If one of your teeth is pulled out, try to place it back into its socket. In case this is not possible, put the knocked-out tooth in a container of milk or saltwater. Then, visit your emergency dentist within an hour with your saved tooth. We are always ready to help with your dental emergency.

Dental Abscess

An abscessed tooth can be a sign of infection, usually at the root of your tooth. If you are experiencing symptoms like swollen glands, fever, or a foul taste in your mouth, you should visit your dentist for an emergency appointment. A dental abscess can be caused by injury or trauma to the tooth, severe gum disease, or a cavity left untreated.
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Severe Toothache in Emergency Dental Situation

Swollen Jaw

A serious sign of infection is a swollen jaw. But if it is accompanied by a fever, bad taste in your mouth, trouble breathing or swallowing, you will need emergency dental care. If you have such a sign, visit your emergency dentist as soon as possible.

Bleeding and Aching Gums

Excessive bleeding of your gums after flossing can be a sign of early gum gingivitis. Also, red and swollen gums are a sign of infection. So, if you are experiencing these symptoms, call your emergency dentist to book an appointment. Gum disease can appear in various stages with little warning and in some severe stages, restoring the teeth to their healthy state is not easily possible. The treatment will depend on the severity of your gum disease. We offer our affordable emergency dental treatments to individuals experiencing gum gingivitis.
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Canker Sorer Sore

If you are experiencing infected canker sores that last for the long term, contact our emergency dentist and schedule a visit.

CoronaVirus and Dental Appointment

If you experience a dental emergency during the coronavirus pandemic, to reduce the risk of cross-contamination, call us at +1 416-225-1500. Please do not arrive in person without first phoning.

What Are the Non-Emergency Dental Procedures?

You should consider that a dental emergency is any situation in which you need emergency and urgent care to prevent tooth loss, alleviate pain, or stop excessive bleeding. Here are some of the non-emergency dental procedures: • Orthodontics (if there is no pain, trauma, infection, and so on) • Tooth replacement options, including implants, bridges, or dentures • Cosmetic procedures including teeth whitening

What Are the First Symptoms of Coronavirus?

The main signs of COVID-19 are fever and cough, the same symptoms as flu. Therefore, if you have the signs mentioned above or have recently traveled, you should self-isolate for about 14 days. If you experience a dental emergency during the coronavirus pandemic, contact us to set an emergency appointment for 14 days after your return. Try not to visit your emergency dentist for at least 14 days.

How Is the COVID-19 Transmitted?

As COVID-19 is a respiratory virus, it can be transmitted through droplets by sneezing, coughing, or through the saliva or discharge from the nose. Therefore, you should avoid large social gathering. You have to wash your hands with alcohol-based hand wash or soap and water regularly because if you have the virus on your hands, it can enter your body. Avoid touching your nose, mouth, and eyes. We recommend you to visit your emergency dentist only if you are in an emergency.

When Is a Patient Refused to Be Treated?

When you refer to the dental office, the emergency dentist will ask you some questions to decide if you are a Coronavirus carrier. He will also examine your overall health. According to the Ministry of Health instructions, the following questions are asked from the patient: Have you or your family member had the symptoms similar to the cold, such as the runny nose, fever, body pain, cough, or respiratory problems? If you have any of the symptoms of Coronavirus, contact us to postpone your appointment.

What to Do in the Emergency Dental Office?

Here are some guidelines that help you to protect yourself and avoid spreading the Coronavirus to the staff and other people in the emergency dental clinic:

  1.  After entering the emergency dental office, patients are expected to wash their face and hands with water and soap or disinfectant hand washes and then avoid touching their clothes or body.
  2.  Disinfect the door handle after entering and leaving.
  3.  For better disinfection, the disinfectants should remain on the surfaces for a few minutes after spraying
  4.  It is better to wear protective clothing such as a single-use hood.
  5.  Patients must use chlorhexidine mouthwash or saltwater before the dental procedure.

Who Are at the Higher Risk for COVID-19?

People who have diabetes type 1 and 2, heart disease, lung disease, or who have undergone cancer therapy are at a higher risk for Coronavirus. Lung diseases, including asthma, emphysema, pulmonary fibrosis, and so on, pave the way for a more serious infection. Also, over the age of 85 are at the risk of this dangerous virus because the immune system will be weakened by aging. Therefore, they should take extra caution.

If you are looking for a dental emergency clinic during the coronavirus pandemic, you can meet your emergency dental needs at Walkin Dental Clinic. Please, do not forget to call us before coming!