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Emergency Dentist in Kingston, ON

You never know when a dental emergency will happen. But you can have a plan in place. (Hint: call us.)

OR CALL (613) 634-0402

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What is an Emergency Dentist?

An emergency dentist is a specialized dental professional who offers immediate, same-day care for patients facing dental emergencies. Dental emergencies, which require urgent attention, can involve severe toothache, swelling affecting eating and appearance, chipped or broken teeth, knocked-out teeth, loose or broken braces, and excessive gum bleeding. Prompt treatment from an emergency dentist can alleviate pain, prevent further damage, and restore dental health. If you are experiencing any of these urgent dental issues, it is crucial to seek immediate care from an emergency dentist.

Who Might Need Emergency Dental Services?

Dental emergencies can happen to anyone at any time. Those who engage in contact sports or physical activities are at a higher risk of experiencing dental trauma. Additionally, individuals with a history of dental problems are more prone to dental emergencies.

At Dr. K. and Associates Dental Centre, we understand that dental emergencies are never planned. We are dedicated to serving patients of all ages, from children to seniors. Whether you are facing a dental emergency for the first time or are a regular patient, we provide the urgent care you need to ensure your dental health is restored promptly.

5 reasons to choose Dr. K. & Associates Dental Centre for Emergency Dental Services in Kingston

When you need urgent and effective treatment, trust Dr. K. & Associates Dental Centre for skilled emergency dental care. Our team is dedicated to providing you with proper and prompt attention. Here are five reasons to choose us for your emergency dentist services:

Experienced Dentists

Our team has extensive expertise, capable of managing even the most complex dental emergencies.

State-of-the-Art Technology

We utilize advanced, proven technologies to ensure high-quality care for our patients.

Same-Day Appointments

We understand that dental emergencies are unexpected. That’s why we offer same-day appointments to address your needs immediately.

Extended Hours When Needed

Dental emergencies can occur at any time. We will work for extended hours if and when needed to ensure you receive timely care whenever you need it.

Comfortable Environment

We provide a welcoming and stress-free atmosphere to help you feel at ease during your emergency visit.

Dr. K and Associates Dental Centre

2802A Princess St,

Kingston, ON K7P 1W9

(613) 634-0402

West End of Kingston, near the Cataraqui Mall

Expert Dentist

At Dr. K and Associates Dental Centre, Dr. K. brings over 20 years of experience in providing exceptional dental care. Our dedicated team ensures your comfort and delivers personalized treatments tailored to your unique needs.

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Home Care for Dental Emergencies

What if My tooth gets knocked out?

  • Pick up the tooth by the top (crown), NOT by the root—do not touch the root.

  • Rinse the tooth very gently with only water, no soaps or chemicals. DO NOT scrub the tooth.

  • If possible, place the tooth back into the socket. Gently push it in with your fingers then hold it in place while trying to bite down gently. If you can’t place the tooth back into the socket, put it in a container with milk.

  • Contact your dentist right away—the faster you act, the higher the chance that your tooth can be reimplanted.

What if my tooth is loose but still attached?

  • If you have a loose tooth or a tooth out of alignment, contact us right away to get an appointment setup as soon as possible. You can try to put the tooth back in its original position by very gently positioning the tooth with your fingers—do not force it. We will advise you on if there is anything else you should do in the meantime, prior to your appointment.

What if I have a chipped or cracked tooth?

If you have a chipped or cracked tooth, contact us right away. Chipped teeth that aren’t painful can usually be smoothed out or filled in at a regular dental appointment.  A cracked tooth typically indicates that there’s damage to the inside of the tooth, as well as the outside. If your tooth is cracked please follow these steps, after contacting a dentist.

  • Rinse your mouth with warm water

  • Apply a cold compress to minimize swelling

  • Take over the counter pain medication like Tylenol to alleviate pain

  • Do NOT apply any chemicals like Alum directly to the gums, as it can damage gum tissue

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2802A Princess St, Kingston, ON K7P 1W9

(613) 634-0402

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