Emergency Dental Services in Brampton

Emergency Dentist in Brampton

What is a Dental Emergency, and How Do You Get Treatment?

For dental emergencies, contact your dentist as soon as possible. Common dental emergencies include tooth abscesses, toothaches, and chipped or cracked teeth, which can result in pain and discomfort. Left untreated, these dental mishaps can cause serious long-term issues. If you experience a dental emergency in or near Brampton, your local dentist can help.

For Oral Health Emergencies in Brampton, contact Dr. F. Keshavarz. We provide emergency dentistry for kids, teens, adults, and seniors experiencing trauma and injury, such as root canals, tooth extractions, infections, toothaches, and tooth replacement. 

Helping Dental Patients in Need Since 2014!

Don’t wait or hesitate, as time is of the essence.

When you or someone in your family has a severe dental issue, call our office in Brampton at 905-791-3867. This helps increase the chance of saving a damaged tooth or teeth and preventing further complications.

We accept walk-ins and new patients and offer extended hours. 

In the moments following a dental accident, know there are steps you can take to manage pain and perhaps even save a tooth until you arrive at our office.

Dental emergencies we treat with TLC

By their very nature, emergencies are hard to predict. Whatever problem you’re having, just come in to see us so we can start helping you. Here’s a sample of what we’ve seen—and treated—in our office:

Dental abscess

Dental tooth abscesses are collections of pus that can form inside the teeth, gums, or bones that keep your teeth in place. An abscess at the end of a tooth is called a periapical abscess. An abscess in the gum is a periodontal abscess and can lead to swelling in the mouth, face, jaw, or throat that usually begins as a cavity or gum infection.


Resulting from poor oral hygiene or any health conditions that naturally weaken the immune system (e.g. cancer, HIV).


Swelling is usually related to a lower back tooth or wisdom tooth; a flap of gum tissue grows over the back part of the tooth, and bacteria and food debris accumulate under the tissue fold, resulting in infection.


Pain in or around your teeth or jaws, with many possible causes, including cavities, severe decay, cracks in teeth, exposed roots, gum disease and muscle spasms.

Injuries to teeth

Knocked-out teeth or other damage to the teeth, gums, jawbones, tongue or lips caused by car accidents, sports injuries, physical fights and burns from hot liquids or breaks, chips or cracks from biting hard foods.

Pain due to infection of the pulp

Infection in the pulp—the soft tissue of nerve fibres and blood vessels in the tooth’s centre—has advanced to the point of causing acute, unmanageable pain.

Emergency root canals and extractions

In the case of an infected pulp, we will most likely need to perform root canals to alleviate your pain and save the tooth. If we can’t perform a root canal, we will remove it.

Call us for dental mishaps in Brampton.

For dental emergencies, call 905-791-3867 to book an appointment. Our dental clinic is at 40 Finchgate Blvd., Suite 121, at the Bestgate Professional Centre. We accept walk-ins and welcome new patients. We are here to help!

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