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Emergency Dentist Toronto

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If you're suffering from a sudden dental emergency or toothache, don't wait! We are an emergency dentist in Toronto providing same-day appointments to solve your dental emergency right-away! Our dental clinic is conveniently located in Toronto's Danforth district at 288b Danforth. Walk-ins welcome! Get immediate emergency dental care in Toronto for any dental emergency including:
  • toothaches and tooth pain
  • chipped teeth
  • knocked-out teeth
  • lost fillings, crowns and bridges
  • dental abscess
  • wisdom tooth removal
  • tooth extraction
  • root canals

Emergency Dental Clinic Toronto

If you're in need of urgent dental care, our emergency dental clinic in Toronto offers the following services:

Emergency Dental Diagnosis - $49

If you have tooth pain, swollen gums, bleeding gums or soreness in your jaw then the next best step is to get an emergency diagnosis.

Emergency Same-Day Treatment

Post-diagnosis, we will provide you with a written treatment plan including all treatment fees. If you choose to move forward with treatment, we treat common dental emergencies like root canals, tooth extractions and lost fillings and crowns.

Emergency Dental Clinic Hours

Our emergency dental clinic is open Monday to Friday and every other Saturday. To book an emergency appointment call 416-462-1211 or try our new instant online booking feature.

Dental Emergency Hours

Mon: 9.30am – 5pm
Tue: 9.30am – 6pm
Wed: 9.30am – 5pm
Thu: 9.30am – 6pm
Fri: 9.30am – 3pm
Sat: 9.30am – 3pm
Sun: Closed

Emergency Dentist Location

228b Danforth Avenue, Toronto, Ontario

Our emergency dental clinic is just a short distance from East York, Riverdale, Cabbagetown and Danforth East.

Our office is located at 288b Danforth Avenue. If you're new to the area, you'll find us close to local landmarks like the The Danforth Music Hall and The Big Carrot

If travelling via TTC, we are located just a short walk from both Broadview or Chester subway station.

If you're driving, we are very close to the Don Valley Parkway via the Bloor exit. If you need parking, you'll find plenty of street parking and a Green P parking lot just a few doors down at the corner of Danforth and Playter.

Common Dental Emergencies

What Is a Dental Emergency?

Generally speaking, a dental emergency is an event requiring urgent intervention to halt bleeding, relieve intense pain, or preserve a tooth. Oftentimes, these situations typically arise from an accident or the progression of a cavity reaching the nerve, and other factors.

When Should You See The Dentist?

If you've experienced a sudden trauma in your mouth or have severe pain or an increasing level of discomfort when eating, drinking or sleeping, you may have an emergency. Here are some of the most common reasons our patients book an emergency appointment:

Toothache or Tooth Pain

Various factors can lead to a toothache. Common causes include tooth decay, gum or bacterial infections, and damaged fillings. If you experience swelling or persistent pain due to a toothache, reach out to our emergency dental office. Our dentists will examine the root cause of your tooth pain and administer the necessary treatment.

Wisdom Tooth Removal

Wisdom tooth extraction is a common dental procedure often necessary due to issues like impaction, crowding, or improper growth. When left untreated, impacted wisdom teeth can cause pain, swelling, and potential damage to surrounding teeth. Whether it's a straightforward extraction or more complex surgical procedures for impacted wisdom teeth, our goal is to ensure a comfortable experience and promote your overall oral health.

Chipped Teeth and Fractures

When you've had a sudden accident or trauma. A chipped or fractured tooth can lead to discomfort, sensitivity, and aesthetic concerns. At our emergency dental care clinic we can assess the damage and then recommend a variety of treatment options including dental bonding or veneers as well as other restorative procedures that can repair and restore the tooth's integrity.

Knocked Out or Lost Tooth

If you've recently lost a tooth, it's imperative to seek prompt replacement to prevent further complications. The first step is to conduct a thorough evaluation to determine the most suitable replacement option for you. In certain cases, immediate intervention, such as an emergency implant or bridge, may be recommended to address the absence of the tooth and ensure optimal oral health.

Lost Fillings, Crowns or Bridges

In the event of a lost filling, crown, or bridge, swift replacement is crucial to avoid additional harm. Our proficient emergency dentists at Twogether Dental will conduct an X-ray to identify the optimal replacement solution. In certain instances, patients might necessitate an emergency root canal if the tooth's nerve is exposed.

Dental Abscess

A dental abscess is a collection of pus resulting from a bacterial infection, leading to symptoms such as swelling, toothache, and sensitivity. Our emergency dental care involves draining the abscess and preserving the tooth through an immediate root canal. In cases where saving the tooth is not feasible, our emergency dentists will conduct an urgent tooth extraction to prevent the spread of infection.

Have A Question About Our Emergency Dental Services?

We Are Ready To Take Your Call:
Monday: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Tuesday: 9:00am to 7:00pm
Wednesday: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Thursday: 9:00am to 6:00pm
Friday: 9:00am to 3pm
Saturday: 9:00am to 3pm
Sunday: Closed

What To Do In A Dental Emergency

Step 1: Contact a dentist

Contact a dentist if you or someone in your family is experiencing severe pain, swelling or bleeding due to trauma, decay or infection. Only a qualified emergency dentist can properly diagnose the root cause of the emergency and advise you on appropriate treatment options and costs. In the meantime, here are some steps you can take to address the immediate dental issue:

Step 2: Apply Basic Care

For Tooth or Gum Pain

If you're experiencing discomfort, consider taking an over-the-counter medication such as Acetaminophen (Tylenol) or Ibuprofen (Advil) for relief. Also, consulting your local pharmacy for additional options may also be beneficial.

For Swelling Gums

If you're experiencing swelling, here are a few things you may want to consider. First, rinsing your mouth with a warm saltwater solution may help to reduce inflammation and cleanse the affected area. Second, place a cold compress or ice pack near the swollen area. Third, avoid irritants such as tobaccor, spicy food or anything else that might irritate your gums.


To address bleeding, use a clean and sterile piece of gauze. This will help to promote clotting and control bleeding. Replace as needed.

Lost tooth

If you've knocked out a tooth, try reinserting it into its socket, holding it by the crown. If this is not possible, store the tooth in clean milk and seek immediate dental attention. Acting promptly increases the chances of saving the tooth.

Dental Emergency FAQs

Here are a list of questions people also ask about dental emergency service in Toronto:

Can You Go To The ER for Dental Emergency in Ontario?

Yes, the ER is an option however, most emergency rooms will not be able to treat a serious dental problem unless it is a serious health emergency. As well, you may find the wait time to see a doctor or dentist extremely long. Finally, it is possible that they emergency room will only provide temporary pain relief until you can see a dentist.

How Much Does Emergency Dental Treatment Cost?

According to the Ontario Dental Associations Suggested Fee Guide, the fee for an emergency diagnosis can range from $50 to $157 dollars. It is important to note however that this fee does not include the cost of X-rays which may be needed to complete the diagnosis.

What Happens If a Broken Tooth Goes Untreated?

Left untreated, a broken tooth is at high risk of infection or abscess due to bacteria collecting at the injury site. Bacteria build up can lead to more serious complications requiring an eventual root canal.

What Happens If My Tooth Infection Goes Unaddressed?

An infection or abscess is serious, even if it has ruptured. Left unaddressed, an infection can easily spread to your jaw and affect other areas in your head or neck. Over time, without treatment some patients may develop Sepsis, which is a life-threatening infection.

Where Else Can I find Information About Dental Emergencies?

There are many good resources online such as the Cleveland Clinic and the Mayo Clinic. Also, if you can't find the answer you're looking for, you can always call us at 416-462-1211 or email us at info@twogetherdental.com

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