Emergency Dentist Winnipeg

Emergency dental services may be needed outside regular dental office hours. Whether you experience a dental emergency on a Sunday morning or in the middle of the night, our emergency dentist in Winnipeg will always try to be available to help you. While we cannot guarantee immediate service, we always encourage our patients to call us at any time if they are experiencing a dental emergency.

How do you know if you’re experiencing a dental emergency?

Dental emergencies can vary in severity.  In general, if you are in a lot of pain, bleeding,  lost your tooth or a broke a dental appliance like your braces, you should contact our emergency dentists in our Transcona dental clinic immediately.

Do I have to be an existing patient to see an emergency dentist?

Emergency dental situations require action fast, which is why we accept new patients and treat you as soon as possible.  Your care is our top priority.  Whether you live or work near our dental clinic in Transcona, you are always welcome, and are treated with the same priority as our existing dental patients.

Here are a few tips for common dental emergencies:

Knocked Out Tooth

A knocked out adult tooth can be saved if you act quickly. If possible, gently place the tooth back in place. If the tooth is placed back within 10 minutes, there is a chance that it can take root again. If a tooth cannot be placed back in its socket, or if there is any chance that it may be swallowed, place it in cold milk and call an emergency dentist in Winnipeg at Plessis Dental right away.

Lost Filling

To solve this dental issue, simply place a softened piece of sugarless chewing gum over the area that was covered by the filling. This will provide temporary protection until you can receive emergency treatment from an emergency dentist in Winnipeg. For all other dental emergencies in Winnipeg call Plessis Dental Centre today!


Contrary to popular belief, do not place any pain medication on your sore tooth. Take an over-the-counter pain medicine as directed. Place an icepack on your face at the area where the sore tooth is located. Do not place any source of heat near the sore tooth; heat can exacerbate the problem. If the pain continues, contact Plessis Dental Centre and speak with an emergency dentist in Winnipeg today!

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