Dental Emergency Care In Saskatoon

Dental Emergency Care In Saskatoon

In need of an emergency dentist in Saskatoon? Dental emergencies always seem to happen at the worst time, but getting a dental emergency checked out soon after the trauma is incredibly important. The sooner your dentist can take a look at the issue, the better. As soon as an issue or pain sets in, give us, your go-to emergency dentist, a call to let us know you need to see us asap.

Emergency Dental Saskatoon, SK

Here are some of the most common dental emergencies and short-term aids before you can get dental emergency care from our emergency dental clinic in Saskatoon:

  • Tooth has been knocked out: The most important thing is to keep the roots of the tooth safe and clean. Always pick up the tooth by the crown and never touch the root. If dirty, rinse with warm water. If the tooth does not easily fit back into the socket, do not force it. Instead, keep it tucked between your lips and gum or in a small container of milk until you can get to the dentist.
  • Chipped/cracked tooth or filling/crown has fallen out: Always try to keep the piece of tooth that has broken off or the crown that has fallen out. A crown can be temporarily put back in place with denture adhesive, and dental wax can be used to protect the cheeks and tongue from any sharp edges of the afflicted tooth. For pain, use an over the counter pain medication and a cold pack can also be used to reduce swelling.
  • Toothache: Take an over the counter pain medication and use a cold compress if swelling also accompanies a toothache.

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Think that you or a loved one needs emergency dental care in Saskatoon, SK? Don’t hesitate to contact our emergency dentist in Saskatoon right away!

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Dr. Adam Stenerson

I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Dr. Adam Stenerson. To give you a little background about myself, I was born and raised in the Sonningdale, Saskatchewan area, where my parents live and farm to this day.

Dr. Adam Stenerson