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WE SEE DENTAL EMERGENCIES ON A REGULAR BASIS AND HAVE THE EXPERIENCE TO GET YOU COMFORTABLE QUICKLY! WE WOULD LOVE TO HELP YOU!

Dr. Botbol offers same day emergency dental care If you have a toothache, a broken tooth, a swollen face, have lost a crown or filling, or if you are bleeding after having a tooth extracted, you have a dental emergency and need to see a dentist ASAP, not a doctor.

At Dr. Botbol and Associates, we understand that life sometimes has its unexpected surprises. If you feel that you need to see a dentist immediately, call 416-800-1400 now to see Dr. Charles Botbol.

If you are in pain and cannot wait for relief, we will try our best to schedule an appointment immediately.

Note: During normal business hours, call for a same day appointment.


Dental Emergencies – First Aid Guide

Knocked Out Tooth
Save the tooth or tooth pieces in a contact lens solution, milk or water. If there is persistent bleeding, apply pressure with a cool wet compress (a tea bag will do in a pinch). Do not attempt to clean the tooth or damaged area. Avoid smoking, spitting or drinking through a straw to allow a clot to form. Call 416-800-1400 immediately for a dental assessment. Time is of the essence when it comes to successfully replanting a tooth.

Broken/Fractured Tooth
Keep the area clean by gently massaging the area with a soft toothbrush and/or rinsing with mouthwash or warm salt water. If you are bleeding, apply pressure with a cool wet compress. Do not remove the loose tooth fragments! Save all pieces of tooth (or filling) and call 416-800-1400 immediately. Take appropriate pain medication if necessary.

Toothache
Avoid biting, sucking, cold and hot in the area that is hurting. If the pain becomes severe and there is swelling, apply cold compresses and call 416-226-26000 immediately. Take appropriate pain medication if necessary and we’ll do our best to get you pain-free as soon as we can.

Bitten tongue, cheek or lip
Gently clean the area with a cool, moist cloth. To control swelling apply crushed ice compress. If bleeding is present and persists, apply pressure with cool wet compress or tea bag. If bleeding still persists, then seek immediate medical attention. Take appropriate pain medication if necessary.

Bleeding gums
Bleeding gums are most often associated with gum disease. Proper brushing and flossing is needed to keep your teeth and gums healthy. If bleeding persists contact us and we’ll help you get comfortable quickly.

Gum boil
Keep the area clean by carefully massaging with a soft toothbrush and/or rinsing with mouthwash or warm salt water. Do not try to pop the gum boil. Call us  immediately for proper assessment. Take appropriate pain medication if necessary.

Canker sores
Keep the area clean by gently massaging with a soft toothbrush and/or rinsing with mouthwash or warm salt water. It is very  important to keep the area clean to avoid infection.  Make sure to avoid hot or spicy foods and liquids. Healing should occur in 10-14 days, if not, call us immediately. Take appropriate pain medication if necessary.
DO NOT apply pain medication directly to affected area.

Teething pain
Soothe with ice chips wrapped in a damp cloth. Use of appropriate pain medication and cool teething gel can be helpful but do not overuse. If fever is associated, call us immediately.

Loose baby tooth
Please allow children to gently wiggle their own loose baby tooth. Never use excessive force.

Wisdom tooth

Try and keep the area clean by gently massaging the area with a soft toothbrush and/or rinsing with mouthwash or warm salt water. If pain becomes spontaneous and severe or jaw swelling is associated with the area, apply cold compresses and contact us ASAP. Take appropriate pain medication if necessary. You must avoid smoking.