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Do you have a severe toothache? Are your gums bleeding? Are you looking for emergency dental services in St. Catharines? Don’t worry; you are at the right place: Linwell Park Dental Centre can help. If you’re looking for emergency dental services, get in touch with us by calling us as soon as possible. Alternatively, you can schedule an appointment with us online.
Our team takes pride in providing personalized assistance to all those who choose our services. We take the time to understand your dental history, requirements, lifestyle and budget. We provide you with a comfortable environment where you feel encouraged to voice your needs. Our dental services are driven by innovation and the latest developments in the industry. So reach out to us now.
Schedule a Dental Appointment
Linwell Park Dental Centre would love to hear from you! To schedule an appointment for our dental services, please contact us by giving us a call or by filling out our dental Appointment Form. If you would like to schedule an appointment with Dr.Timperio or Dr.Ali specifically, please use the form for that dentist in particular. You can also book an appointment if you wish to see Dr.Ciocca or Dr.Macdonald or Dr.Goode by filling up the second form below. One of our friendly, knowledgeable staff members will return your inquiry as soon as possible.
Diagnosis and fees must be determined at your initial consultation.
142 Linwell Rd.
St. Catharines, ON L2N 6N4
Schedule a Dental Appointment with Dr.Timperio/Dr.Ali
Please use this form if you wish to see Dr. Timperio/Dr. Ali.
Schedule a Dental Appointment with Dr.Ciocca/Dr.Macdonald/Dr.Goode
Please use this form if you wish to see Dr.Ciocca/Dr.Macdonald/Dr.Goode.
Health is of utmost priority, but here at Linwell Park Dental Centre in St. Catharines, we believe that oral health and hygiene are as important as your overall health and deserve equal attention. So, don’t wait for your toothache to get worse. Chances are it may be an emergency case. If you don’t know what to consider as a dental emergency, we are happy to help. Though each situation could be different, we mentioned below a list of scenarios that could fall in the category of dental emergency:
Pain which refuses to ebb In this situation, the pain is so severe that you are not able to sleep at night
Swollen jaw Often coupled with bad taste and fever, a swollen jaw is usually a sign of severe infection
Sensitivity to hot and cold food When you are done eating/drinking hot and cold food, and there is a tingling sensation in your teeth, then it is a severe case of sensitivity
An injury from being knocked out If someone loses a tooth from a sudden impact, then it can be reinserted on an emergency basis if preserved properly
Pain from biting pressure Let alone hard things, if you feel pain even when you are biting soft things, then it is a matter of concern
Gum infection Bleeding, excessive pain, swelling are part of gum infection
Constant or intermittent throbbing ache This is the kind of pain that does not get suppressed even with the painkillers
Bleeding from the mouth If there is bleeding which is recurring and painful, then it should not be ignored
Cracked, chipped tooth Accidental chip can wait, but if there is a fracture, then it needs immediate attention
Other signs of a dental emergency could be a metal taste in your mouth, headaches, worsening canker sores and more. Dental emergencies are more than just toothaches, and it is imperative that you attend to them as soon as possible. But as we said, don’t worry, our professional team of dentists is always there to provide you emergency dental services in St. Catharines on the same day without fail.
If you want to know more about the signs of emergency dental situations, give our blog a read.