emergency dental in Regina and Saskatoon
what are emergency dental services?
We offer emergency dental treatment in Regina and Saskatoon. Emergency dental treatment is the relief of severe pain and swelling of the teeth, gums, bone and area around the mouth. During a dental emergency, the dentist will check your teeth, gums, bone and other oral structures for defects and disease. The exam includes identifying present concerns, evaluating your risk of the condition worsening, discussing short-term pain relief options as well as a long-term treatment plan. A dental emergency exam typically includes utilizing X-rays (radiographs) and other diagnostic procedures to provide oral health professionals with sufficient information to evaluate your condition.
why are emergency dental services important?
Seeking the services of a dentist during a dental emergency can help protect us from serious and potentially worsening oral health conditions. If severe pain or swelling is left alone, it could develop complicated and threatening systemic health concerns. A dental emergency that is caused by a single tooth can also damage adjacent teeth if left untreated.
how much does an emergency dental visit in Regina and Saskatoon cost?
An emergency dental exam costs $50. There may be additional fees for x-rays if needed at the time of consultation.
how do I know if I am having a dental emergency?
If you are experiencing severe pain or swelling in the mouth, you are likely having a dental emergency and should contact a local dentist.
The best method to avoid a dental emergency is through routine dental treatment. Many conditions can be treated early with little to no discomfort. If left untreated, they can develop into an emergency resulting in more extensive and costly treatment.
Simpli Dental offers treatment for dental emergencies in Regina and Saskatoon.
Please note that all procedures are completed by a general dentist and not a specialist. Due to variations in individual patient needs and changing oral health conditions, prices are not guaranteed and need to be approved in office prior to and at the time of treatment.