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Dental Emergency Cost?

The cost of a dental emergency assessment is $135 as per the Ontario Dental Fee Guide. The fee does not include any X-rays or dental treatment. 

After the assessment the dentist will help you get out of pain and advise you on the next steps and what is needed to solve the problem.

Usually, the dental emergency cost is cover by most dental insurances and can be submitted for reimbursement. 

For people without insurance, we offer in-house payment plans to make it super convenient to get the treatment that you need.

What is a Dental Emergency?

In general, any dental problem that needs immediate treatment to stop bleeding, alleviate severe pain, or save a tooth is considered an emergency. 
If you have suffered a dental accident or currently experiencing tooth pain then you probably experiencing a dental emergency and you should call us as soon as possible, so our emergency dentist can assess the problem before it becomes a bigger issue.
We can fix nearly all types of dental emergencies on the same day. In rare instances when the problem cannot be addressed immediately, we will first remove the pain, and advise you on the next steps.
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Emergency Dentist for Kids

Kids' dental emergencies are always a top priority. If your child has suffered a dental accident, we will see him right away.

When you call our dental office just let us know your child has suffered a dental accident or you think he has a dental emergency and we will make space in our schedule to see him.

Most important try to be calm, just give us a call and we will give you instructions on how to handle this situation.

Frequently Asked Question

What to do when you break or chip a tooth:

This type of dental emergency is very time-sensitive and serious. Try to save the remaining tooth or small chipped part so we can try to restore it. We may be able to restore your tooth, but if not possible, we can help you look at other options to replace the permanent tooth.

Things to do to alleviate toothache:

Toothaches are common and can happen when you are eating or drinking something hot or cold. There could be many different reasons like infected gums, tooth decay, tooth abscess, exposed roots or something else. Essentially, your body is telling you something is wrong with your oral health and needs to be checked by a dentist. You can try rinsing your mouth with warm water and applying an icepack around the area to relieve the pain.

What to do when losing a filling or crown:

This is not a major incident, but it should not be taken too lightly either. If this happens, you might feel some temperature sensitivity around the area.  To help you with any discomfort, you can rinse your mouth with warm water to try to keep the area clean until the filling or crown gets repaired.

Can an emergency dentist remove a tooth?

Our dentist will first do an assessment of your situation and if is needed they are well trained to do teeth extractions and even wisdom teeth extractions.


Tips to Avoid Dental Emergencies

TIP 1: When eating and chewing hard objects you need to be very careful. If you have recently had large fillings or a root canal, the tooth could be probably weak. 

TIP 2: Don’t use your teeth as a pair of scissors to cut a piece of tape or open a plastic bag of potato chips. 

TIP 3: When playing contact sports try to wear sports mouth guards whenever possible to avoid accidents.

TIP 4: The best way to avoid any dental emergencies is to have good eating habits and daily oral hygiene.

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Dr. Nourian

Dr. Somayeh Nourian is the principal dentist at Kiwi Dental focusing on restorative, cosmetic and dental surgeries. With over 14 years of experience as a family dentist, she has earned the trust of many families to take care of their oral health.

She graduated from the University of Ottawa with a bachelor of Biochemistry and earned her dental degree from the University of Toronto in 2006. She has a passion for dental surgeries including dental implants and gum grafts and is currently part of the Ontario Dental Implant Network.


Our Location

We are located inside of the North Oakville Medical Building beside the Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital by the intersection of Dundas and Third Line.
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