Emergency Dentist Winnipeg

Emergency Treatment the Same Day!

If you’re having a dental emergency, the last thing you want is to have to figure out where to go and how to get treatment! At Avant Dental, we have four locations in the Winnipeg area, each ready to help relieve your pain and treat your problems! Don’t hesitate to call your nearest Avant Dental location as soon as possible to get in touch with a Winnipeg emergency dentist!

We always do our best to see you the same day that you call our dental emergency clinic, and we will try our hardest to make arrangements at php new jersey qtreatment with you to come in as soon as we have availability. In some rare cases, we may have to schedule you for the next day, depending on availability and the severity of your emergency.

Depending on your emergency, there are several steps you can take to minimize your pain and potentially save your tooth!  Make sure you follow these instructions so that your recovery is easy and quick!

Tooth Knocked Out

If you’ve had a tooth come completely out, it’s still possible to save it! Take the following steps:

  • Hold the tooth by the crown only, never by the roots!
  • Don’t remove any tissue that may still be attached. It may be necessary in reattaching your tooth.
  • Rinse the tooth in cold water.
  • Place the tooth in a cup of milk, or, if you don’t have milk, place it in your cheek.
  • Use gauze to stop any bleeding.
  • Use a cold compress on the area to reduce any swelling. This can also relieve pain.
  • Take an over-the-counter pain reliever, like ibuprofen or Tylenol. Always avoid aspirin as it will thin your blood and prevent clotting!

Tooth Fractured

If you’ve fractured a tooth, take the following steps to avoid further injury and reduce pain:

  • Try to gather up the whole tooth for safe keeping. Place any pieces in an envelope or other secure container.
  • If there are any sharp edges in your mouth, cover them with gauze, cotton, or wax. This will prevent injury to your tongue or cheek.
  • Take an over-the-counter pain reliever. Always avoid aspirin if you’re bleeding!
  • Use a cold compress to reduce swelling and pain.


If you’re having a toothache, there could be any number of reasons why! Call us right away, but in the meantime, relieve your pain by taking the following steps:

  • Use a cold compress to reduce swelling and inflammation.
  • Take an over-the-counter pain reliever.
  • Flush the area with salt water to help remove any debris that might be causing your toothache. This can also help clean up any infected tissue that’s causing your pain.

Dental emergency services can be frightening, but they are treatable with prompt attention. In many cases, your tooth can be saved, and we can provide relief for your pain and discomfort quickly and easily. Call us right away to be seen as soon as possible!

Avant Dental Emergency Dentist

Avant Dental is one of Winnipeg’s top emergency dentists because our patients love us. We have a 5 out of 5 on Google with 12 reviews.



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