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Why Choose Us?

Emergency Dentist in Winnipeg

At Integral Dental, Ellice Dental, and Pearl Dental, we understand that dental emergencies can be sudden and overwhelming and affect all aspects of your life. Making simple things like eating, sleeping, and working seems difficult.

These dental emergencies may include: toothaches, broken teeth, knocked out tooth, broken dental fillings, bridges, crowns, dentures or braces, or swelling in the mouth. If you experience any dental emergencies, call us immediately. Our emergency dentists in Winnipeg are committed to providing reliable solutions and can often provide same-day or next-day emergency dental appointments to help you manage pain and maintain optimal oral health.

The conditions mentioned above are emergencies and should be treated as early as possible. If you are facing any of these issues, call us as soon as possible to schedule an appointment with our emergency dentist in Winnipeg to see you.

What Is a Dental Emergency?

Dental emergencies cause immense pain, discomfort and swelling. If not treated on time, they can even lead to irreversible dental issues, such as fractured teeth. However, not every dental problem is a dental emergency. We recommend considering the following factors to determine whether or not you require immediate dental care:


  • Pain: Dental issues that cause severe pain should be attended to as soon as possible.

  • Bleeding: Some minor dental issues can lead to bleeding that can be looked at during your next dental appointment. However, incessant dental bleeding is an emergency.

  • Tooth loss: Adults shouldn't lose their teeth under normal circumstances. You should visit an emergency dentist immediately if you've lost your tooth or a part of it.

  • Infection: An infection or abscess in your mouth that is showing no signs of abatement should be urgently looked at by a dentist.

Generally speaking, dental problems that require medical attention to stop the bleeding, pain, swelling or to save a tooth should be considered an emergency. Please contact our emergency dentist in Winnipeg if you suspect you might be suffering from a dental emergency. You can read more about the various issues that we help within the sections below. Besides this, we also provide oral surgery.

Tooth Pain

Toothache can be annoying and painful, and if you are in agony after hours, you need to call us immediately. It could indicate many issues ranging from a cavity to something more serious.

During your dental appointment with our emergency dentist in Winnipeg, our team will likely take an X-ray of your tooth to determine whether a cavity, crack, or any other problem is causing your toothache before discussing treatment options.

Broken Tooth

Teeth can be strong, but there are still chances that they can get chipped or fractured. If you could locate the missing tooth, our dentist may be able to reattach it. Whether you find it or not, we recommend treating a broken tooth as soon as possible to prevent further damage. Contact any of our dental clinics in Winnipeg as soon as possible to fix it.

Broken Dental Filling

As advanced as modern dentistry is, broken dental fillings can still happen. If possible, rinse it off, place it back on the tooth, and immediately call our office. It is very essential not to delay visiting our dentist to get your broken filling treated.

Dental Abscess

Also called a tooth abscess, it is a buildup of pus that forms inside the teeth or gums.

A badly infected tooth can affect the health of neighbouring, natural teeth. If the plaque is not removed, the bacteria may spread inside the soft tissue of the tooth or gums. Fortunately, we can help you. If treated immediately, these infections can be prevented from causing severe damage to your mouth. Our dentists may prescribe an antibiotic for treating the dental infection to prevent further complications.

Knocked Out Tooth

A knocked-out tooth is an emergency situation that requires immediate treatment. If you have a knocked-out tooth, try to find it and re-insert it in the socket. If you are unable to replace the tooth in the socket, place it in a glass of milk for some time until you reach our office. Try to call us ahead if you can. The sooner you get here, the more likely our dentists will be able to save it.

Our emergency dentists in Winnipeg work hard to take care of our patients experiencing this painful dental emergency as soon as possible.

Dental Trauma

The first few moments after an oral accident are important in determining if your recovery will go smoothly. Dental trauma from an accident, including vehicle collisions, and sports, is very common and can happen due to motor vehicle accidents, falls, sports injuries, and more. It causes physical injury to the teeth, gums, or soft tissue of the mouth, including the lips and tongue. The treatment depends on the nature of the trauma and should be examined by a dentist as soon as possible, especially if a tooth or teeth have become loose.

If you have experienced any of the above dental emergencies, call us immediately to schedule an emergency dentist appointment.

Get in Touch

If you're suffering from a dental emergency, urgency is key. It can save your teeth, eliminate your pain and discomfort and prevent problems from multiplying. Please contact our emergency dentists in Winnipeg if you require our assistance. We can also help you with cosmetic dentistry solutions.


We understand dental emergencies can occur when you least expect them.

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