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24/7 Emergency

We recognize that dental emergency situations do arise and De’ Dentiste’ will do its best to respond to your problem promptly. Regardless if it is something as simple as a tooth filling or a complicated procedure such as a surgical tooth extraction, we can provide you with assistance 24/7.

If you're in need of emergency dental care during regular hours, please visit our clinic however if the problem arises when our clinic is closed then contact us on the Facebook Page www.facebook.com/dedentiste


Below are some more tips on what to do when confronted by a dental emergency however these are only temporary measures and you must seek proper dental treatment as early as possible.


Rinse your mouth well with warm water and gently floss between the teeth to remove any trapped food. Use a cold compress on the outside of the cheek if there is swelling and take a pain reliever. Never place an aspirin directly on the tooth or gum.

Knocked-Out Tooth

Rinse the tooth lightly in running water, but don't scrub it and touch it as little as possible. Put the tooth back in the socket and hold it firmly in place. If you can't reinsert the tooth, keep it in a glass of milk or a special tooth-preserving solution available at a nearby drug store. To improve the chances of the tooth being saved, try to get to a dentist within 30 minutes.

Object Stuck Between Teeth

Gently remove the object with floss and avoid cutting the gums. Do not use a sharp instrument.

Lost Filling

Cover the cavity with paraffin; take aspirin as needed.

Bitten Tongue or Lip

Put direct pressure on the bleeding area with a clean cloth and apply a cold compress to minimize swelling.

Possible Fractured Jaw

Use a handkerchief, necktie or towel tied around the head to immobilize the jaw. Get to a hospital emergency room as quickly as possible.