Emergency Dentist In St. Albert

Dealing with a Dental Emergency?

Whether you are experiencing a toothache or dental injury, it’s important to act quickly!

Mission Hill Dental caters to people who have dental emergencies or toothaches. We will work to meet your emergency dental needs as fast as possible. Mission Hill Dental is the right choice for those looking for top-quality emergency dental care in St. Albert.

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If You Are In the St. Alberta Area and Have a Dental Emergency. Please Call Us At:

+1-780-460-9880

Emergencies Services We Cater To

  • Toothaches
  • Broken Tooth or Teeth
  • Dislodged Tooth
  • Loss of a Dental Crown
  • Accidents to Teeth
  • Loss of a Dental Filling
  • Tooth Pain, Swelling and Gum Injections
  • Sports Injuries

What Classifies as a Dental Emergency?

A dental emergency is any condition or situation that is causing you pain and is making you unable to go about normal everyday activities. It is essential to treat these pains as soon as you can. Mission Hill Dental invites you to call us if you are suffering from a dental emergency. Our staff can advise you appropriately and arrange for you to see Dr. Dimitrov as soon as possible if required.

If you are dealing with a dental emergency please call us

If you are dealing with a dental emergency please call us

What Can I Do Before My Emergency Dental Appointment?

Taking immediate steps when you have a dental emergency occurs can prevent further damage and benefit the outcome of a treatment. Here are a few recommendations on what to do for immediate steps to care for your tooth before you see Dr. Dimitrov for an emergency appointment.

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Severe Toothache
Gently swish warm water around your mouth, and lightly floss your teeth to eliminate any food that could be lodged. A cold compress outside your cheek may help with the discomfort before Dr. Dimitrov can solve the issue. 

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Knocked Out Tooth
Pick the tooth up by the crown or top of the tooth of the tooth, avoid touching the root. If the tooth is dirty, gently rinse it in water continuing to avoid touching the root. Place the tooth in a small container submerged in milk if possible before your emergency appointment. If possible, try to see Dr. Dimitrov within one hour to increase the chance of saving your tooth.

Broken Tooth

Broken or Chipped Tooth
Gently rinse the broken piece or pieces of the tooth and save them to bring to your appointment. Rinse your mouth using warm water and apply a gauze to stop help with the bleed. Use a cold compress on the outside of your mouth to minimize pain and swelling, before coming to see Dr. Dimitrov.

 

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Soft Tissue Injury
Soft tissue injury can include the gums, cheeks, lips or tounge, the first step should be to control the bleeding. Rinse your mouth with a warm saltwater mix, after moisten a piece of gauze and gently apply some press to the area. If the injury is severe and the bleeding will not stop it might be necessary to visit the hospital emergency before seeing an emergency dentist.

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Broken or Dislodged Filling
If you have a broken or dislodged filling (or crown) make sure to avoid chewing with that tooth. Try to warm with warm water and bring the piece (if possible) to your appointment.

 

What Can I Do Before My Emergency Dental Appointment?

Taking immediate steps when you have a dental emergency occurs can prevent further damage and benefit the outcome of a treatment. Here are a few recommendations on what to do for immediate steps to care for your tooth before you see Dr. Dimitrov for an emergency appointment.

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Severe Toothache
Gently swish warm water around your mouth, and lightly floss your teeth to eliminate any food that could be lodged. A cold compress outside your cheek may help with the discomfort before Dr. Dimitrov can solve the issue. 

Inspection Icon

Knocked Out Tooth
Pick the tooth up by the crown or top of the tooth of the tooth, avoid touching the root. If the tooth is dirty, gently rinse it in water continuing to avoid touching the root. Place the tooth in a small container submerged in milk if possible before your emergency appointment. If possible, try to see Dr. Dimitrov within one hour to increase the chance of saving your tooth.

Broken Tooth

Broken or Chipped Tooth
Gently rinse the broken piece or pieces of the tooth and save them to bring to your appointment. Rinse your mouth using warm water and apply a gauze to stop help with the bleed. Use a cold compress on the outside of your mouth to minimize pain and swelling, before coming to see Dr. Dimitrov.

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Soft Tissue Injury
Soft tissue injury can include the gums, cheeks, lips or tounge, the first step should be to control the bleeding. Rinse your mouth with a warm saltwater mix, after moisten a piece of gauze and gently apply some press to the area. If the injury is severe and the bleeding will not stop it might be necessary to visit the hospital emergency before seeing an emergency dentist.

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Broken or Dislodged Filling
If you have a broken or dislodged filling (or crown) make sure to avoid chewing with that tooth. Try to warm with warm water and bring the piece (if possible) to your appointment.

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Meet Dr. Arnold Dimitrov

Dr. Arnold Dimitrov and the team have been helping patients in St. Albert and area with emergency dental for the past 30 years. Call the office today if you are having a dental emergency.

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