Emergency

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In the unfortunate event of a dental emergency, you should seek professional dental help as soon as possible. The dissipation of pain/symptoms is NOT an indicator that the problem has resolved.

For more information, do not hesitate to contact Dr. George Azmy and his team

Toothache:

  • Immediately contact us via telephone, or email the office if after hours. The email will be forwarded directly to Dr. Azmy
  • Clean the area by rinsing with warm salt water and flossing the region to ensure all irritating debris has been cleared
  • If swelling arises, a cold compress will aid in limiting the swelling
  • Azmy will be in touch and can remotely prescribe the necessary medications to alleviate the discomfort
  • If the pain worsens and is severe enough to limit your ability to perform your daily tasks and sleep, please contact the emergency dental clinic at (416) 485-7121

Fractured Teeth

  • Immediately contact us via telephone, or email the office if after hours. The email will be forwarded directly to Dr. Azmy
  • Save any fragments that can be retrieved.
  • Non-lingering cold and hot sensitivity may be experienced following the fracture. Avoid foods/drinks that are cold/hot/sweet/spicy.
  • Seek immediate treatment

Dislodged Crowns/Fillings

  • Immediately contact us via telephone, or email the office if after hours. The email will be forwarded directly to Dr. Azmy
  • Save the crown and bring it with you to the appointment
  • Clove oil can be purchased at any pharmacy. Cover the exposed tooth with clove oil where the crown has been dislodged.
  • Sugar-free gum can also be placed in the open cavity where the filling has come loose.