Emergency Dentistry Ottawa, ON

Emergency DentistAn Overview

If you have a dental emergency that needs immediate attention, call our Ottawa emergency dentist office at (613) 707-8483.

We offer 24-hour Emergency Care on-call services.

In the event of a dental emergency be sure to stay calm and call our office immediately. Our skilled staff can assist you over the phone. Dr. Ami Barakat and his team will see Ottawa dental emergencies as soon as possible.

Emergency Dental Services Ottawa, ON and Stittsville, ON

Our Stittsville, ON emergency dentist office, offers compassionate and comprehensive dental care and will see you right away if deemed necessary. Our staff uses CEREC technology for same day dental restorations in one visit to our office. We also offer sedation dentistry treatment options for patients with dental anxiety. Sedation dentistry can help patients control their fear so they may receive the emergency care they need to restore their healthy and beautiful smiles.

Our Ottawa Emergency Dentist Services Include:

  • Examination of diseased or injured area
  • Provide restorative services for damaged teeth
  • CEREC Same Day Restorations
  • Comprehensive treatment plan to restore smile
  • Root Canals

Toothaches not only painfully disrupt our lives; they undoubtedly come at the most inconvenient times. That’s why our emergency dental care center in Ottawa is open seven days a week, ready to help you with experienced and considerate doctors. We’ll relieve the pain through a comprehensive exam, prompt treatment and a variety of easy payment options. Immediate care for your aches and teeth is here when you need it at Villanova Dental Studio.

Comprehensive Emergency Dental Care

Ottawa emergency dentist, Villanova Dental Studio, handles dental emergencies but also general dental care, as well. Dental accidents, abscessed tooth removal, root canal, dental bridges, broken retainers, emergency fillings, broken fillings, tooth extractions, broken teeth, fractured teeth, and even swollen jaw problems can all be handled in our office. We offer oral sedatives and local anesthesia for more painful dental emergency procedures. Our general services include teeth cleanings, whitening treatments, implants, dentures, wisdom teeth removal and more. Explore all of our emergency dental services.

Emergency Dentist FAQs

What is a dental emergency?

Dental Emergencies can range from severe damage and trauma to malfunctions in your restorations. Some examples of a dental emergency include:

  • Severe tooth pain
  • Broken braces
  • Chipped or cracked teeth
  • Fractured teeth
  • A tooth that is partly or completely knocked out of its socket
  • Injury to the gums, tongue or other soft tissue
  • Oral abscess
  • Losing a filling, crown or other dental restoration
What should I do if I loose a tooth?

In the event that you have lost or broken a tooth, getting to the dentist within 30 minutes can potentially save the tooth. Stay calm, try to locate the tooth, and place it in a cup of milk or your own saliva. Only touch the tooth by the crown. You may wish to rinse the tooth, just be sure not to scrub it or remove any root material attached.

There are some steps you can take to help increase the chance of saving a knocked-out tooth:

  • Rinse your mouth with warm water
  • Gently place a piece of gauze or a moist cloth in your mouth to stop bleeding and reduce swelling
  • Apply cold compress on the outside of the painful portion of your mouth
  • Collect pieces of cracked or broken teeth and rinse them off, then bring the pieces with you to the office
  • If you lose a tooth, don’t handle it by the root
What should I do if my crown or filling breaks or falls out?

If your crown or filling breaks, or falls out, try to locate the broken piece. NEVER attempt to reattach the broken filling or crown by yourself. In some cases, Dr. Barakat may be able to reattach your restoration, if not, we offer same day dental restorations with CEREC and work closely with a local lab to restore your smile.

Is tooth pain a dental emergency?

If you are experiencing severe tooth pain, it is important to get to the dentist as soon as possible. Cavities and gum disease are common causes of tooth pain. In rare cases, an abscess may be causing the pain and it is essential to seek treatment quickly to prevent further damage.