Emergency Dentist – Mississauga, ON

Call Us When You’re in Dental Pain

Woman holding her face in pain needing emergency dentist in Mississauga

From sudden dental injuries to toothaches that seem to come out of nowhere, anyone in your family could experience a dental emergency without warning. Please call our office immediately if you think you or someone in your family needs emergency dentistry in Mississauga. Dr. Patel and the rest of our team will work to quickly get to the root of the problem and devise a plan to put your pain behind you while also making sure that the damage doesn’t grow worse.

Why Choose Meadowvale Family Dentistry for Emergency Dentistry?

  • Walk-Ins Welcome
  • Open on Saturdays
  • Experienced, Trustworthy Staff

How We Treat Dental Emergencies

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  • Schedule an Appointment: The process of treating your dental emergency begins with your initial call. Naturally, we will try to make time to see you as quickly as we can. However, we will also give you advice over the phone for dealing with the situation while you wait for your appointment.
  • Emergency Examination: It’s not always obvious what the source of your emergency is. X-rays will likely need to be taken so that we can get a grasp on what’s going on inside your mouth.
  • Review Findings: Once we know what the problem is and what kind of damage has already occurred, we can start discussing potential solutions. Don’t hesitate to ask for more details about any treatments that we may recommend.
  • Carry Out Your Treatment: We will carry out whatever treatments are needed to protect your smile. Naturally, different kinds of emergencies will call for different kinds of treatments.

The Most Common Dental Emergencies

Dental emergencies can be stressful and alarming no matter what causes them. Luckily, our team is able to handle various urgent problems. Please call us right away if you find yourself in one of the situations listed below. We can help you determine just how serious your issue is and whether immediate attention is required.


Chipped Tooth

Cracked Tooth

Very Sensitive Teeth

Knocked-Out Tooth

Lost Filling or Crown

Broken Denture

Loose Permanent Tooth

Injury to the Gums, Lips, or Tongue

Jaw Pain

Something Stuck Between the Teeth

Understanding the Cost of Dental Emergencies

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Will you need a root canal treatment for an infected tooth? Have you suffered from dental damage that calls for a crown? Or is there a tooth that needs to be removed and replaced? There are many kinds of treatments that might be recommended to help you overcome your dental emergency. Whenever we suggest a service, we’ll give you an estimate of the cost, and we can explain some of the factors that could affect the amount you pay.

Keys to Preventing Dental Emergencies

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Naturally, it would be best for your smile if you never needed emergency care to begin with. Our team is happy to suggest some preventive measures you can take:

  • Avoid habits that are hard on teeth, such as crunching ice or chewing on fingernails.
  • Use actual tools to open packages instead of your teeth.
  • Regardless of what kind of sport you participate in, always wear a mouthguard when playing.
  • Visit our office at least regularly a year so that we can clean your teeth and look for issues.