5100 Boulevard Cousineau, Suite 200, Saint-Hubert (Longueuil), QC, J3Y 7G5

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Schedule: Mon - Wed: 9:00AM - 8:00PM Thur: 9:00AM - 6:00PM Fri: 10:00AM- 4:00PM Sat: 10:00AM - 4:00PM
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Emergency Dentist in Saint Hubert, Longueuil

Same-Day Emergency Dental Appointments at Avenue Sourire

A dental emergency can be a very frightening and painful experience, but fortunately, help is available at Avenue Sourire with same-day appointments. Our clinic provides fast relief for those facing urgent dental issues, avoiding the risk of further complications.

Emergency dentists are specially trained to diagnose and treat serious oral health conditions that require immediate attention, such as an abscessed tooth, broken tooth, sudden gum abscess onset, or missing filling.

At Avenue Sourire, all of our patients can expect compassionate care from our highly skilled professionals. Our team will work hard to restore our patient's oral health as quickly and painlessly as possible so they can return to everyday life feeling confident about their smile again.

5 Common Types of Dental Emergencies

Gum Abscesses

Gum abscesses are common dental problems that usually occur when bacteria become trapped in the gums and start to grow. These bacterial infections can develop quickly and cause pain, swelling, and inflammation. They often look like a bump on the gum line that may be white or red, depending on the severity of the infection. Some primary causes of gum abscesses include poor oral hygiene, plaque buildup, hormonal imbalances during pregnancy, diabetes, and weakened immune systems due to illness or medication use.

Call our office immediately for assistance if you notice any signs of infection, such as pain or swelling in your mouth. In many cases, pus extraction, root canal therapy, or even tooth extraction is required to treat the infection and prevent further damage from occurring.

In the meantime, there are things you can do at home to help manage the symptoms associated with gum abscesses. You can reduce the pain by taking over-the-counter medications such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen, and rinsing your mouth with a warm saltwater solution or pain-reduce mouthwash.

Chipped or Broken Teeth

Chipped or broken teeth can happen to anyone at any age. They are typically associated with trauma from a fall, sports injury, or a car accident. It can range from minor chips in the enamel to more significant breaks that expose the inner layer of the tooth called dentin. In some cases, you may even have pieces of your tooth that are missing entirely.

Depending on the size and location of the break, there may be different options for restoring your smile. For minor chips, your dentist may be able to fill and reshape the area with composite resin. For more severe damage, a dental crown could be necessary to strengthen and protect what remains of your tooth structure and restore its function and appearance.

If you have lost a piece of your tooth, it is vital to contact our office right away so we can determine whether it is possible to save your tooth or if you will need a new restoration, such as an implant or bridge. If you find yourself in this situation before you can visit our office, be sure not to chew anything hard with that side of your mouth as it could cause further damage.

Infections can have a wide range of symptoms, from mild to severe. Depending on the type of infection, it may cause soreness, redness, inflammation, swelling, and pain. Infections typically arise when bacteria enter the mouth and access the underlying bone or tissue. If left untreated, an infection can spread to other teeth or parts of the body.

Common causes of infections include poor dental hygiene practices, such as not brushing or flossing regularly, trauma to the mouth caused by an injury or accident, decay (cavities), gum disease, and even poorly fitted dentures or dental crowns. Other factors that may increase your risk for infections include smoking and diabetes.

Please don't wait for your infection to fester. Visit our clinic as soon as you can. During your visit, we will perform a thorough examination and take X-rays if needed to diagnose any underlying issues causing the pain you are experiencing. Once we diagnose the problem, we can then recommend the appropriate treatment. Depending on the severity of the infection, some of our patients may need a root canal procedure, antibiotics, extraction, or a combination thereof to resolve it completely.

Lost or Damaged Tooth Restorations
Several things must be considered and assessed when a patient loses or damages a restoration, such as a crown, filling, bridge, implant, or veneer. Our office must determine the severity of the damage. To assess the damage, we may need to take x-rays for more detailed information about the condition of your teeth and gums.

Once the severity of the damage has been determined, our office will then decide on the best course of action for restoring your tooth. Depending on the damage's extent and whether any infection is present, different treatment options may be available, including crowns, fillings, bridges, implants, or veneers.

Regardless of what type of lost or damaged restoration you have experienced, if you're in extreme pain due to a broken filling or broken crown, call our office right away so that we can provide you with pain relief while we determine what type of dental work needs to be done to restore your teeth to full health and function.

In the meantime, please try to avoid chewing on that side of your mouth until you can get into our office. And if you can, try to find the missing piece of your restoration and bring it to our office.

Extreme Tooth Pain

Extreme toothache pain can often feel like a sharp or stabbing sensation that radiates throughout the face and neck. It may also include throbbing or pulsating sensations that worsen when eating or drinking something hot or cold. Depending on the cause of the pain, symptoms can range from mild to severe, but extreme levels of toothache pain will usually be persistent and difficult to ignore.

Extreme toothache pain is typically caused by an underlying issue that affects the nerves in your teeth or jawbone. Common causes include cavities, cracked enamel, gum disease, abscesses from infection, and impacted teeth when wisdom teeth come in at a crooked angle.

If you are experiencing severe oral discomfort, you should seek professional help immediately by calling our office so that we can determine the underlying cause and come up with a treatment plan accordingly. The sooner you seek help, the faster we can relieve your pain and get your oral health back on track.

The Cost of Emergency Dental Treatment in Saint Hubert, Longueuil
At Avenue Sourire in Saint Hubert, Longueuil, we believe in providing affordable dental treatment regardless of whether it is an emergency or a regular appointment. We strive to offer high-quality dental services in a relaxed and friendly environment so our patients can receive the care they need without financial pressure.

When it comes to the costs associated with a dental emergency, most insurance plans will cover at least some of the expenses related to the treatment needed. It is important to check with your provider to get more specific details on what is covered under your plan. Depending on the type of issue you are dealing with and its severity, it might be possible to receive full coverage or only partial coverage. Some of the most common treatments performed in a dental emergency include root canals, crowns, bridges, fillings, extractions, and gum abscess treatments.

When it comes to understanding the cost factors associated with different types of treatment, it can vary greatly depending on the scope and complexity of your needs. However, we always work hard to ensure the costs remain as low as possible without compromising the quality of care.

If you are dealing with a dental emergency and need immediate relief, don't hesitate to contact Avenue Sourire in Saint Hubert, Longueuil. Our experienced dentists will quickly assess your situation and provide you with the best treatment options that won't break the bank.

Please contact us for more information about our services or to book an appointment. We look forward to helping you return to optimal oral health in no time.

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    5100 Boulevard Cousineau, Suite 200, Saint-Hubert, QC, J3Y 7G5

    Opening Hours

    Mon - Wed: 9:00AM - 8:00PM
    Thursday: 9:00AM - 6:00PM
    Friday: 10:00AM - 4:00PM
    Saturday: 10:00AM - 4:00PM

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