Why choose us for your Dental Emergencies?


At Crystalline

We know your schedule is busy and you can’t always schedule dental work through week days. We open on Saturdays.


Fabulous Team

We’re excited to have you as a new patient at our dental practice! Our team can’t wait to meet you and provide dental care.


One stop shop

At Crystalline Dental Clinic, we offer all services such as CT scan , Laser surgery, Sleep dentistry,….

There are some common emergencies, and you know how to handle them. It’s essential to have a proper action plan ready when they happen.
What are the typical symptoms of a Dental Emergency?

-Any pain that wakes you up at night
– A gum infection
– Sensitivity to cold or hot liquids or sweets
– Pain from biting pressure
– Severe throbbing tooth pain
– Tissue swelling of the face
– Bleeding from the mouth
-A loss of filling or crown
– A loss of a tooth, a cracked, broken or chipped tooth, or an abscessed tooth

Toothache– There are many different types of toothache pain, from sudden and sharp to more of throbbing sensation. The cause can be anything from decay to a crack or infection. For temporary relief, try holding a warm cloth against your cheek, or a cool compress if your cheek is swollen. However, the only way to truly get rid of the pain is to call us and schedule an appointment. We will quickly address the issue and relieve your pain.

Chipped Or Broken Tooth
If you notice a break in your tooth or feel a jagged edge with your tongue, immediately stop using that side of your mouth to chew. If there is a tooth fragment, save it in a small bag with milk or contact solution. Brush the broken area clean to prevent further food or plaque debris damage.

Lost Filling – When a filling is lost, it could result in excellent nerve sensitivity, sharp edges that could cut your tongue, and a nasty food trap. Safeguard your tooth by putting a bit of orthodontic wax or sugarless chewing gum in the filling’s place to protect the area for a short period. Call us, your dentist in Toronto, as soon as possible, so we can fit you in for a repair and get you smiling again!

Badly Bitten Lip Or Tongue – If bleeding, use a clean cloth or gauze and press down on the cut. If the lip is swollen, use an ice pack to help reduce the swelling. If the bleeding does not stop, you should be seen by an ER doctor who will assess if you require stitches or not.

Don’t hesitate – Call Crystalline Dental immediately if you’re experiencing a dental emergency.

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