Emergency Dentist

24/7 reachable. Urgent care available.

Receive immediate care from our Calgary emergency dentist office centrally located on McKnight Road, just off Deerfoot.

Dental-related injuries, facial accidents, and toothaches are critical by nature. By coming in for treatment, you’re minimizing the risk of the damage becoming worse. Waiting to treat your injury may delay healing.

Here to help if you have any of the following emergencies:

  • Severe toothache
  • Chipped, damaged, or broken tooth
  • Dental concerns following a traumatic injury
  • Lost or missing teeth
  • Lost filling
  • Broken dental appliance
  • Facial swelling and pain

Knocked-out or damaged teeth and any excruciating pain in your mouth require urgent attention. Alleviating the pain and treating any damages require the examination of the mouth to determine the optimal treatment procedure. 

Call our emergency dental line for urgent care.

In pain? We're here to help you.

Severe Toothache

Sharp, throbbing bouts of pain in your tooth is not normal. If it hurts, it’s most likely an emergency. What to do with a toothache:
  • Call our emergency line immediately. We can do a soft assessment on the phone
  • Rinse your mouth with warm water
  • Check for any lodged particles and gently take them out
  • Use a cold compress for relief if you notice any swelling

Knocked-out Tooth

Knocked out teeth can be put back in place safely by our emergency dentist at Aviation Dental in Northeast Calgary. Increase the likelihood of successfully putting your tooth back to its original state by following these suggestions:
  • Rinse your tooth and try to put it back into its socket
  • If that does not work, keep the crown in a container with milk or water with salt
  • Apply a soft, clean cloth to stop any bleeding in the injured area of your mouth
  • Call our emergency line immediately. If our emergency dentist can examine your knocked-out tooth within an hour following the incident can increase the chance of getting the tooth put back successfully.

Broken Braces & Wires

Dental appliances, such braces and wires, can get damaged for various reasons and result in major inconveniences for the patient. Wounds and lesions may result from these broken dental appliances by damaging the gums. 

See our emergency dentist as soon as possible, following the emergency incident. Here to help you with any broken appliances to prevent any wounds or lesions.

Here are a couple of suggestions to help you when you have broken dental appliances:

  • Do not try to cut the wire yourself as you might end up swallowing it
  • Gently move the wire to a more comfortable position if it has already pierced through your cheek or gums.

Fractured Tooth

Broken, chipped, and cracked teeth can be quite painful and the treatment necessary will depend on the severity of the damage. Treatments for these injuries can range from dental fillings, veneers, to root canals and crowns. 

See our emergency dentist as soon as possible when you have experienced any damage to your teeth from traumatic dental accidents, grinding of your teeth, or when you bite down on hard objects. Here to help you save the part of your tooth that has been broken, chipped, or cracked. 

Here are a couple of suggestions to help you when you experience a fractured tooth:

  • Apply a soft, clean cloth to stop any bleeding in the affected area of your mouth
  • Use a cold compress for relief if you notice any swelling

Avoiding injuries and emergencies

No one ever plans for a toothache or severe bleeding gums. The best way to avoid them is by taking the necessary precautions and being aware of what you use your mouth for.

Avoid dental emergencies by being aware of some of the possible situations:

  • Only use your mouth for eating or drinking
  • Avoid chewing on hard objects or using your teeth to open or cut through packaging
  • Always wear protective gear for your mouth if you’re active in sports


Learn more about preventative practices to avoid dental emergencies by scheduling an appointment with our dental office in Northeast Calgary. Here to help you take the necessary precautions and keep your teeth safe against injuries.

Reachable 24/7. Here to help ease away the pain.