Emergency Dentist in Red Deer – Dental Appointments
Our emergency dentist in Red Deer, Dr. George and Dr. Lindsey House, and Dr. Jason Chan provide emergency dental care to assist you with toothaches and deal with lost teeth / a lost tooth, repair bleeding gums, cuts inside the mouth, infections, dental accidents/injuries and more.
We are happy to help any patients who are experiencing a dental emergency in the Red Deer area. Our dentists and staff strive to ensure that patients are able to get help as quickly and efficiently as possible. Our goal is to help provide comfort and relief from tooth pain – one of our dentists will focus on treating the specific area of your mouth or tooth that requires professional care.
Please note, that in some instances, providing treatment for a toothache may not be possible if the area is infected. Medication is sometimes required to control infection prior to the actual dental treatment of an infected tooth.
Should you require emergency dentistry after our business hours, we urge you to contact our emergency telephone number. If you are not able to contact our Red Deer dentists or staff for your dental emergency, please call 911 or visit a hospital based on the severity of your emergency.
Dental emergencies are few and far in-between, but they DO happen. Our Red Deer Dentists would like to highlight that the following injuries could, in fact, be classified as dental emergencies, depending on several factors:
• Cracked or Broken Teeth / Tooth
• A broken jaw bone / joint
• Lost a permanent tooth due to an accidental blow.
• Something is caught between your teeth
• Sharp toothache pain
For dental traumas, applying a cold compress to the cheek, outside the afflicted area is typically advisable. If your tooth has come
If you are bleeding and have sterile gauze bandage available, roll the gauze into a “bite-size” ball and apply pressure to the area that is bleeding. Bite down on the gauze, if possible, for 20 minutes, or until bleeding stops. If bleeding doesn’t stop then please contact us right away or contact a hospital.