At Lifepath Wellness Dental, we offer Chestermere Emergency Dentist services. We care about our patients and want to ensure we are available to help you with any dental emergency you may be experiencing. If you are experiencing a dental emergency, please contact us at (403) 235-6208 as soon as possible.
At Lifepath Wellness Dental, we consider any situation in which you are experiencing pain or discomfort qualifies as a dental emergency and should be treated as such.
If you are experiencing pain from a sudden or a lingering toothache, a fractured or knocked-out tooth or an accident that involves the teeth and/or jaw, it should be treated by your dentist immediately.
At Lifepath Wellness Dental, we reserve time in our daily schedule for dental emergencies and will accommodate both existing patients and those that are unable to see their regular dentist in a timely manner. We will provide you with assistance over the phone and advise you how to remain as comfortable as possible until you are able to be seen by one of our dentists.
The following are the most common reasons for patients to call our Chestermere Emergency Dental number:
- Have you had a tooth knocked out?
- Do you have a chipped, cracked or broken tooth?
- Have you bitten your lip or tongue?
- Do you have a loose tooth
- Are you experiencing an infection, or do you have abscessed tooth or gums?
- Are you suffering a toothache?
- Do you have a loose restoration, such as a dental crown, filling or bridge?
- Have you recently had dental work done and are you experiencing pain or discomfort?
For tips on how to manage common dental emergencies, visit CDA Dental Emergency Management.
The Benefits of Regular Dental Visits
Preventing Dental Emergencies
The best way to prevent dental emergencies is to see your Lifepath Dentist regularly for dental exams. This may be the most important preventative action you can take. During your dental exam, our Chestermere Dentists check for signs of weakened teeth, loosened or aging restorations and early signs of inflammation that could indicate the presence of infection and the possibility of periodontal disease.
Another way to avoid dental emergencies is to wear a properly fitting mouth guard while playing contact sports. Research has shown that a large percentage of dental injuries are sports related. Wearing a properly fitting mouth guard can prevent many of these injuries.