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Dental Emergency

Are you in need of an emergency dentist for your child?

Here at Aurora Kids Dentistry we understand what it’s like when your child is in a dental emergency. From skateboarding accidents, baseball to the face, swollen faces due to infections, and the list goes on.

Look no further than Aurora Kids Dentistry. We understand the urgency and anxiety that comes with dental emergencies, whether it's a result of a sports injury, an infection causing facial swelling, or any other accident your child may have encountered.

Dental Emergency Events

In times of dental emergencies, it is crucial to act swiftly while remaining composed. Your quick response can make all the difference in preserving your child's happy smile. If your child is feeling dizzy, unconscious, any discharge from ears, nose after an injury, we recommend visiting the nearest medical emergency clinic.

We Understand!

We understand that injuries involving the mouth, especially those accompanied by bleeding, can be

distressing. It's essential to ensure that your child's tetanus vaccination is up to date. Remember, staying calm during these situations will help reassure your child as well.

Rest Assured!

We have compiled a helpful list of recommended actions below for different dental emergencies, designed to provide you with peace of mind and guidance during unexpected situations.

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When it comes to your child's dental emergency, Aurora Kids Dentistry is here to provide the urgent care they need. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

Dental Emergency

A dental emergency can be extremely frightening, but staying calm and acting fast can be the difference-maker, this could save a happy smile. After any injury, if your child doesn’t feel well, call your pediatrician or take it to the nearest medical emergency clinic.

Any injury to the mouth (particularly those which involve blood) can be alarming, please make sure the tetanus vaccination is up to date and remember, if you stay calm your child will too. Below you will find a list of the most common reason for a dental emergency.


A toothache can be caused by various factors, such as cracked or fractured teeth, tooth decay,

or dental trauma. When faced with this dental emergency, it's crucial to take immediate action.

What to do:

1. Stay calm and composed throughout the process

2. Assess the affected area for any debris, erupting tooth, or gum "pimple"

3. If there's food stuck in your child's gums or between their teeth, attempt safe removal

4. Apply a cold compress to the swollen side of their face, if applicable

5. Contact our office without delay to schedule an appointment with our experienced

emergency dentist

Our team of pediatric dentists are ready to provide urgent dental care for your child's toothache.

Tooth avulsion (Knocked-out tooth)

In the event of a knocked-out tooth, it is imperative to take immediate action. An avulsed tooth is

a very serious dental emergency.

What to do:

1. Maintain composure and provide reassurance

2. If the tooth is dirty or falls on the floor, handle it by the crown and delicately rinse it under running water

3. Whenever feasible, attempt to re-insert the tooth into the socket, ensuring correct alignment

4. If re-implantation is not possible, preserve the tooth in cold low-fat milk

5. Handle the tooth by the crown to avoid touching the root

6. Remember, regardless of whether it's a baby tooth, seek prompt evaluation and treatment from our emergency pediatric dentist.

Swiftly implementing these measures and promptly contacting our emergency dentist will maximize the chances of saving your child's tooth..

Luxation (displaced tooth)

When a tooth is displaced within the socket, driven further into the mouth or pushed out of the

mouth, it’s referred to as a luxation.

What to do:

1. Please stay calm

2. Assess the area

3. Apply an ice pack to the area of the mouth which hurts

4. If your child is experiencing a serious amount of pain, you can give them an over-the-counter pain killer.

5. Call our office right away and schedule an appointment with our pediatric dentist

It is highly advisable to have the injury evaluated by our emergency pediatric dentist.


Teeth can be concussed after any form of trauma, usually from a fall or a sporting injury.

What to do:

1. Please stay calm.

2. If applicable, apply an ice pack to the area that is swollen.

3. Mention to your dentist that they may have a head injury; this may require an emergency

room visit.

It is highly advisable to have the injury evaluated by our emergency pediatric dentist.

Broken tooth

From chips and fractures to severe cracks, a broken tooth can be an alarming pediatric dental

emergency that requires immediate attention.

What to do:

1. Stay calm and composed

2. If the tooth is chipped, try to find the broken piece and keep the tooth moist in low-fat milk

3. Rinse the area with warm water to keep it clean

4. Apply a cold compress on the face if there is swelling

5. Call our office immediately to schedule an appointment with our pediatric dentist

Following these simple instructions will help manage a broken tooth effectively.

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What Else We Are offering?

Dental Care for children

Restorative Dentistry

Pediatric restorative dentistry refers to the practice of restoring the function and integrity of a tooth that has been impacted

Dental Hygiene

Dental Hygiene / Preventive dentistry is dental care that helps maintain good oral health. It’s a combination of regular dental check-ups

Special Needs Dentistry

Special needs dentistry is the branch of oral health care that treats people with physical, medical, developmental, or cognitive conditions that limit

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Our Doctors

As Kids Dental Specialists, the primary concern is your child’s oral health. Our goal is to provide excellent pediatric dental care in a warm caring and loving environment, this ensures that your child’s dental experience with us is as positive as possible.

Dr. Nasim

DDS, MSc, FRCDC, Pediatric Dentist

Dr. German

DDS, Pedo Cert, MDSc, MSc, PhD, FRCDC

Kids Dentist

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