Walk in dental clinic vs. call now to book In Edmonton, Ab

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If you are experience any of the following dental emergencies (or you’re don’t know what the root of the pain is), please call us now,

Emergency Toothache

A toothache is pain that you feel in or around your tooth. Most often, toothache pain is a sign that there’s something wrong with your tooth.

Root Canal Therapy

In severe cases of tooth decay or trauma, dental pulp can become infected or inflamed. This is known as pulpitis or necrotic pulp.

Broken Teeth

A tooth fracture is a break or crack in the hard shell of the tooth. The treatment will depend on the severity of damage to the tooth.

Tooth Extractions

Dental extractions are the last resort in many cases; unbearable pain, irreversible damaged tooth, or severe tooth decay, the tooth may need...

Dental abscess

A dental abscess is a localized infection associated with a tooth. This can be caused by tooth decay, broken teeth or extensive periodontal disease...

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth that usually come in during your teens or 20s may need to be extracted. If your wisdom teeth are causing pain, are infected, impacted...

Wondering about our dental fees?

Our fees are always below the Alberta Dental Fee Guide so you know you're getting great value for your money! We know that you might not have time to research prices to figure out what works for you. That's why we keep our prices as competitive as we possibly can, while still providing things like complimentary teeth whitening with every checkup. We're not just here to run a business, we want to contribute to our community.

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