Emergency Dental Clinic in Montreal

Severe toothaches, abscesses, pulpitis, tooth infections, broken teeth, etc. A dental emergency isn’t always anticipated. Tooth pain shouldn’t be ignored. If you are experiencing dental discomfort or severe pain, it’s time to seek help!

Sudden tooth pain can develop at any time. Waiting for your next dental appointment to be seen by a dentist can be unbearable. At Clinique Dentaire 1935, we refuse to let you go through this discomfort! Our Montreal clinic offers daily time slots dedicated to treating dental emergencies.

We have special time slots available for dental emergencies.

Our  guarantee you the most efficient dental care available.

Quick dental emergency service in Montreal

Benefit from immediate emergency dental care every day of the week. When a dental emergency occurs, the pain can unfortunately be very distressing. Finding a health care professional becomes an urgent priority. Our specialists at Clinique Dentaire 1935 offer 24/7 emergency dental care in Montreal.

What to do in a dental emergency

Make an appointment at our clinic as soon as possible to receive emergency dental care.

Call us at +1 (514) 527-1276. We do our best to respond to your calls immediately. If not, we will call you back during the same day.Alternatively, you can always visit our clinic directly at 1935 boul De Maisonneuve East Montreal, QC H2K 4P4. We will do our best to treat you and relieve your discomfort quickly.

How to treat dental pain when waiting for an emergency appointment?

If you’re experiencing toothache or severe dental trauma, there are a few things you can do yourself to relieve your situation while waiting to be seen by an emergency dentist.

Soothing a toothache

To ease dental pain, it is generally recommended to take an over-the-counter pain killer such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) or acetaminophen (Tylenol). If in doubt, consult your pharmacist. You can also apply a cold ice pack to the inflamed area.

Stopping bleeding

If you are experiencing bleeding, stay calm and limit physical strain. First, rinse your mouth with water and keep firm pressure on the wound with a sterile compress and bite on it for about 20 minutes. Make sure you keep your head elevated at all times, as this should reduce bleeding.