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Emergency Dentist Winnipeg

From emergency tooth extraction to unexpected tooth loss, we offer same-day walk-in emergency dental care in Winnipeg.

Dental emergencies can happen at any time, leaving you in pain and needing immediate attention. That’s why we’re here to provide you with fast, reliable, and compassionate care when you need it most. Our experienced team of dentists are dedicated to delivering high-quality emergency dental services to patients of all ages.

Whether you’re dealing with a severe toothache, chipped tooth, broken tooth, lost or damaged crown or filling, or any other dental emergency, we’re here to help. Our clinic is equipped with the latest technology and equipment to ensure that you receive the best possible care. We understand that dental emergencies can be stressful, which is why we strive to make your visit as comfortable and stress-free as possible.

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Emergency Dental Services

Some of the most common dental emergencies that we treat in our Winnipeg, MB clinic:

  • Toothache
  • Dislodged tooth
  • Chipped or cracked tooth
  • Lost or damaged crown or filling
  • Something caught between your teeth
  • Tooth pain, swellings and gum infections
  • Sports injuries to teeth or gums
  • General dental problems

Emergency Dental Treatments

Emergency root canal procedures save teeth that have become infected. Our Winnipeg emergency dentist can remove the infected pulp and fill your root canal to prevent further infection and restore the tooth’s function. If you’re experiencing severe tooth pain, contact us for immediate emergency root canal treatment.

Emergency Tooth Extraction

If one of your teeth has been severely chipped, dislodged, or infected, you may require emergency tooth removal. Our emergency dentist can numb the area with local or general anesthetic to safely and comfortably extract your tooth. Contact us for emergency tooth extraction in Winnipeg today.

If you’re experiencing severe pain in the back of your mouth or jaw, bleeding gums, or swollen glands, you may need emergency wisdom teeth removal as soon as possible. Contact our clinic so we can evaluate your situation and advise on the best course of action for your wisdom teeth.

Conveniently Located in Winnipeg

Our clinic is centrally located in downtown Winnipeg, just across the street from St. Boniface Hospital on Tache Ave. Get directions here »

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Our 7-Step Process To Handle Your Dental Emergency

What to do in a Dental Emergency

You should contact our emergency dentist in Winnipeg, MB to get treatment as soon as possible.

If you are unable to get emergency service immediately, rinse your mouth with warm water to remove any irritating debris, and if possible, floss your teeth gently to remove any particles between them. A cold compress on your cheek and ibuprofen may help alleviate your pain.

Woman experiencing a dental emergency with severe pain

Do you have a dental emergency?

Call our Winnipeg clinic to get emergency care today

(431) 800-4040