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961 Langford Parkway, Langford, V9B 0A5

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961 Langford Pkwy #108

VICTORIA, BC V9B 0A5

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Need Emergency Dental Service in Langford?

Just like other parts of your body, your teeth and jaw can be susceptible to injury, accident or infection. We offer treatment for dental emergencies in our clinic to ensure that we can get you the help you need in a timely fashion. In many cases, hospitals are not equipped to handle dental emergencies which results in delayed access to a dentist for prompt intervention. If you aren’t sure whether you need a dentist or a hospital, we suggest calling our office to explain your situation and receive a quick assessment. We will be able to direct you to the most appropriate care for your dental injury.

Call our office to let us know that you have a dental emergency and that you will be arriving soon (preferably within 30 minutes). In emergency situations it is important not to wait to be seen. In the rare instance that we cannot see you, we will direct you to other emergency dental clinics in your area to ensure the timely treatment of your emergency. Your dentist will understand that you need to see the first available emergency dentist regardless of your loyalty to one dental practice.

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Need Emergency Dental Service in Langford?

Just like other parts of your body, your teeth and jaw can be susceptible to injury, accident or infection. We offer treatment for dental emergencies in our clinic to ensure that we can get you the help you need in a timely fashion. In many cases, hospitals are not equipped to handle dental emergencies which results in delayed access to a dentist for prompt intervention. If you aren’t sure whether you need a dentist or a hospital, we suggest calling our office to explain your situation and receive a quick assessment. We will be able to direct you to the most appropriate care for your dental injury.

Call our office to let us know that you have a dental emergency and that you will be arriving soon (preferably within 30 minutes). In emergency situations it is important not to wait to be seen. In the rare instance that we cannot see you, we will direct you to other emergency dental clinics in your area to ensure the timely treatment of your emergency. Your dentist will understand that you need to see the first available emergency dentist regardless of your loyalty to one dental practice.

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What Constitutes A Dental Emergency?

There are many causes of a dental emergency. We define a dental emergency as anything that involves saving a lost or damaged tooth, stopping excessive bleeding in the oral cavity, or treating the cause of severe pain.

Tooth breaks and traumas can occur when you least expect it. Whether your tooth suffers a sports-related impact, a slip on winter ice resulting in an oral trauma, or a tooth cracks during your daily activities, it will be important to act fast and prepare your mouth to be seen by the dentist when an emergency arises.

If you are injured in a motor vehicle accident and have suffered bodily injury, it is important to call 911 to be seen in a medical emergency department.

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How to Manage Severe Tooth Pain

Tooth pain when biting down can indicate a crack in the teeth, or an infection. Severe cracks in the tooth can travel into the pulp of the tooth, causing dramatic pain when biting down. This constitutes a dental emergency and may result in the need to perform root canal therapy, place a crown on the top of the tooth, or in some cases remove the tooth altogether.

To manage tooth pain associated with a crack, you can take an over the counter pain medication containing acetaminophen, but you should not take any medication containing ibuprofen or ASA. Ibuprofen and ASA have blood thinning properties that can complicate bleeding during dental procedures.

Inspect your gums for unusual swelling, redness or bulging. These can indicate the presence of an abscess (infection) and should be dealt with immediately. These infections have the potential to become systemic if they are not treated before encountering a blood source.

To manage pain caused by an abscess, do not apply heat. Heat will increase the inflammation and pressure inside the tissue. Instead, consider sipping on ice water or placing an ice pack on the cheek and jaw area. It is important to take tooth aches seriously. Contact our office immediately in order to have your mouth pain assessed in a timely fashion.

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If you lose a tooth due to accident, injury or illness, it is important to prepare the tooth for the dentist. Stay as calm as possible and find the tooth, rinsing it gently with water ensuring not to remove or scrub any of the tissue attached to the tooth. This is an important part of the tooth and will be needed when the tooth is replaced into the cavity. Handle the tooth only by its crown and never by the root. Doing so can further damage the tissues needed to replace your tooth. If you are worried about losing the tooth in the drain, place a clean cloth at the bottom of the sink over the drain before attempting to rinse the tooth.

After rinsing the tooth gently, rinse your mouth gently and try to replace the tooth within its socket. Hold the tooth in place while slowly biting down and keep the tooth in place until you can see your dentist. If you are unable to replace the tooth in its socket, you can transport the tooth to the dentist in your cheek pocket, in a small clean container, or (preferred) a container filled with cold milk.

Contact our dental office and let us know that you have a dental emergency. In most cases we will be able to accommodate your immediate needs, however, if for some reason that is not possible, we will encourage you to see the next available dentist at any emergency practice.

If your tooth or teeth have broken into several pieces, it will be important to collect all fragments and bring them with you to your emergency dentist. Your dentist may be able to restructure a tooth using a filling compound so having all pieces of the tooth or teeth is important.

To prepare your broken tooth, stay as calm as possible while you collect the pieces of tooth.  Gently rinse the pieces with water, being careful not to lose any pieces down the drain. In order to prevent such an occurrence, we advise that you place a towel or cloth over the drain. It is important not to remove any of the tissue that may be stuck to the fragments, it can be critical to saving tooth tissue.

If your mouth is bleeding, gently rinse it with water and place a piece of rolled gauze on the area, biting down gently to apply pressure to the bleeding area. Place any pieces of tooth into a small container of milk or saliva if possible, or carry them in your cheek pocket, making sure not to swallow them.

Call our office to let us know that you have a dental emergency. In emergency situations it is important not to wait to be seen. In the rare instance that we cannot see you, we will direct you to other emergency dental clinics in your area to ensure the timely treatment of your emergency. Your dentist will understand that you need to see the first available emergency dentist regardless of your loyalty to one dental practice.

Parkway Dental Services

Parkway Dental Clinic offers a full range of dental services in Langford. From Checkups & Cleanings to Invisalign to Cosmetic Dentistry!

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961 Langford Parkway
Langford, BC V9B 0A5

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