These are strange times in dentistry and in the world in general. We are practicing social distancing, businesses are closing and the streets are empty. The Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario has advised dental offices to be open only in the case of a dental emergency. How do you know if you are having a dental emergency?
Dear Patients, in accordance with the recent strong recommendations of the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario, our office will be open for emergency and essential appointments only effective immediately. Our primary concern as always is the health and well-being of our patients as well as our team.
You have been in an accident and severely injured your tooth. You called an emergency dentist in Barrie and ended up having an emergency extraction. Now what? We have compiled a list of answers to commonly asked questions regarding a tooth extraction.
A dental emergency is a very serious problem. Dental emergencies are often a result of a cracked, broken or knocked out tooth or a swelling in the mouth related to an infection. When an emergency arises, it is imperative that you find a dental professional who is able to help you as soon as possible.
Dental emergencies happen in Barrie every day. Chipped or broken teeth, swelling and pain on biting are very common complaints when a patient comes into our office with a dental emergency. With the start of fall is the beginning of many sports seasons including hockey and karate.