What should you do if you break a tooth after falling or get a tooth knocked out while playing sports? What if you have pain or swelling in your mouth?

The best response is to see your dentist as soon as possible.
Dental Emergencies & Walk-ins

Trauma

Did you just break a tooth while eating? Did you fall or get hit during a sport activity? If your whole tooth has fallen out, try putting it back in place. If possible, put the tooth in milk or water and call us right away, we may be able to save it!

If a tooth becomes loose or a piece has broken off, call us and we will see you as soon as possible to repair it.

Infection

Do you suspect an infection because of pain or swelling? Do not wait until it gets worse. Call us right away and we will have you come in as soon as possible.

Toothache? 

If you are experiencing any form of sensitivity to hot or cold foods or drinks, this will help us to find the cause of the problem.

Avoid placing any source of heat to your jaw or cheek as this may make the pain worse. Ask your pharmacist for pain-relief medication then see your dentist.

You can reach us 7 days a week to make an appointment for your dental emergency.

Contact us by either phone or e-mail

We are situated at

Les Jardins Dorval
342 Avenue Dorval, Dorval, QC H9S 3H7
Entrance #3 on Carson Street
Free parking also available across the street

Opening Hours

8AM – 9PM on weekdays

9AM – 5PM on Saturdays

10AM – 4PM on Sundays

Our center is wheelchair accessible