We treat a full spectrum of dental emergencies and make every effort to see patients requiring care on the same or next day.
Emergency Dentist Kelowna
We’ll help you alleviate pain in your mouth right away!
You should never have to experience pain in your mouth. As your emergency dentist in Kelowna, it is our job to ensure that you do not endure hours of excruciating pain. Give our dental practice a call today to book a short-notice appointment and learn more about how we can help you alleviate pain between now and then.
- Friendly and understanding staff
- Short notice emergency appointments available
- We treat a full range of dental emergencies.
Common Dental Emergencies:
- Dislodged Tooth
- Tooth Breakage or Chipping
- Filling or Crown Loss
- Gum or Teeth Bleeding
- Severe Braces Discomfort
Why Choose Us?
Additional Information from your Emergency Dentist Kelowna
When you have a dental emergency, it’s critical to follow the proper procedures as soon as possible to avoid significant damage to your bite and smile. Whether you’re dealing with severe tooth pain, a knocked-out tooth, broken teeth, a chipped tooth, tooth abscess, or anything else in the category of emergency dental care, One Dental Kelowna can help.
You may even have issues with previous cosmetic dentistry so make sure to call ahead of time and we’ll get you in as soon as possible. Call our emergency number for quick dental work.
Missing or Dislodged Tooth
In cases of a missing or dislodged tooth, don’t panic! While it is an emergency, there are some things you can do to manage the pain and potentially fix the problem. If a tooth has been knocked out or dislodged, the ideal thing to do is reinsert it in the socket until you can go to see your dentist. Make sure to cleanse your mouth thoroughly, removing all blood and other harmful elements. If the tooth cannot go back into the socket, place it in warm milk, sterile water with salt, or your saliva. Handle the tooth only by the top part rather than the root. Seek professional help from a dentist or emergency department immediately.
Fractured or Broken Tooth
Once you rinse your broken tooth with lukewarm water, reduce swelling and pain by applying ice to your cheek on the side where the injury occurred. Visit your dentist as soon as possible, and you may use over-the-counter pain medication to control any discomfort in the meantime. Emergencies happen, and depending on the severity of your tooth break, treatment options will vary. However, no matter what level of care you need, your dentist will work with you to develop a custom plan that fits your needs and gets your smile back in shape as soon as possible!
Managing Tooth Pain at Home
Foreign particles that have become trapped between teeth or gums might cause any degree of discomfort and tooth pain, which can be relieved at home. It is essential to clean your mouth thoroughly and avoid applying pain medication directly on the hurt area if the discomfort persists. If the agony does not go away, don’t hesitate to contact us, and we will see you as soon as possible!
Our job is to show you what we see in your mouth, educate you on your options, and let you make the best decision for yourself. We never push unnecessary treatments and always give you options.
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