Emergency Dentist in Airdrie
Time is of the essence when it comes to dental emergencies. Whatever your emergency may be, Dr. Parsa and her team will strive to get you in on the same day!
Your Choice for Emergency Dentist in Airdrie
At Yankee Valley Dental, your comfort is our #1 priority. We don’t want anyone to suffer through pain and discomfort because of a dental emergency—it’s called an emergency for a reason! You can’t plan for dental emergencies, but we can help you get through them as best as possible. Dr. Parsa and her team are here to provide you with peace of mind in any emergency dental situation.
Experiencing dental pain? Dr. Parsa will endeavour to relieve the pain and get you comfortable.
Broken tooth? Dr. Parsa will either restore your tooth or get you comfortable until a more permanent
treatment can be performed.
Pain and swelling? Dr. Parsa will discuss options for antibiotics as part of the treatment, depending on the amount of swelling and any history of allergies.
Yankee Valley Dental has your emergency dental care needs covered! Call us at 403-980-5588, to speak to one of our dental experts.
How Soon Can I Get In For an Emergency?
When you call us for an emergency, we will do our very best to get you in for a same-day appointment. Emergency situations can become critical if not addressed immediately, so it’s crucial to call us even if you’re unsure that you’re facing a dental emergency. Our dedicated team of dental experts will help guide you on the best treatment plan based on your specific needs.
What are some examples of dental emergencies?
- Severe and persistent toothache that interferes with your daily activities
- A swollen jaw that may be accompanied by a fever, bad taste in your mouth, difficulty swallowing or breathing, and pain
- Chipped or broken tooth as a result of trauma to your mouth (e.g., playing sports or experiencing a fall)
- Dental abscess that becomes severely painful, which can be accompanied by a constant bad taste in your mouth, pus, swollen glands, or a fever
- Gums that regularly bleed during and after toothbrushing