Toronto and Richmondhill’s Top Dental Clinic
With Decades Of Dental Emergency Experience
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Emergency Toothaches, Extractions, Pain Relief
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Just an amazing experience from the moment you walk into the clinic to the moment you leave. Very friendly staff. Amazing work. Thankyou to everyone at the NorthHill Dental Team
Risks of Not Treating Dental Emergencies
In some cases, ignoring a dental emergency for too long can be fatal. There is a possibility that the infection from an abscess or untreated gum disease will spread to other areas of the body.
he pus in an abscess can travel to the jaw and neighboring teeth, causing complications there. Infection can also spread beyond the mouth to organs such as the heart or brain. Between 2000 and 2009, more than 60,000 patients were hospitalized as a result of previously untreated tooth abscesses.
Risk of becoming hospitalized
Risk of infection being spread into your blood stream
Risk of severe damage to the health of neighboring teeth
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What Dental Emergency are you dealing with?
Our emergency services:
- Emergency Root Canal
- Treatment of toothache
- Treatment of oral infection
- Pediatric dental emergency
- Broken tooth
- Knocked out tooth
- Emergency Extraction
9993 Yonge StreetRichmond Hill, ON L4C 1T9
Cracked, Chipped or Broken Teeth
This is one of the most painful emergencies. You should call the dentist as soon as possible. In the mean time, rinse your mouth with warm water, and try to keep the tooth if possible. Putting an ice-pack on it in transit to the dental office can also be helpful.
You Knocked A Tooth Loose(Traumatic Dental Injuries)
In the case that a tooth is loose and hasn’t been knocked out completely, the dentist may be able to save your tooth, take some regular over the counter painkillers, and get to the dentist as soon as possible. Putting some ice on it while coming to us can be helpful.
Having a tooth knocked out or having a tooth knocked out of position but still in the mouth is a real emergency. In such an event, it’s best if you can get to us within 30 minutes after the injury. Bring the tooth with you. Avoid touching the root of the tooth, or harsh cleaning. Pick the tooth up by the crown, not the root. It is essential that the tooth stays moist.
Broke, Loosened or Lost your Crown Filling, Onlays, Veneers or Bridges
This can be very painful. Try to keep the crown or filling if you still have it and bring it with you to the dentist.
In case of lost or damaged restorations, things can go a few ways.
- If the tooth was previously treated with a root canal therapy the problem should be addressed quickly. Since the tooth has no nerves, the loss of the old restoration will not cause any pain. However, such a tooth is set for further breakage.
- If the tooth had no root canal treatment, the exposure to air, liquids, and food is likely to cause sensitivity with pain.You can use clove oil to try to soothe the sensitivity as well as get some dental cement from a local drug store, but the best thing to do is to visit us as soon as possible.
Sudden Painful Toothache
Toothaches can be the symptom of a lot of different issues. A digital scan should help identify the underlying cause. As an example, sudden intense pain can be a sign of an abscess.
Something got stuck between your teeth
When something gets stuck between your teeth, it can lead to an infection alongside its pain. First, try to get it out yourself with a floss or soft picks, if its painful, you should definitely give us a call asap, don’t ignore it!
Abscess infections/Sudden Swelling in your mouth
Abscessed teeth are no joke. The infection can spread quickly, and since your mouth is in your head where your brain resides, you’re playing with fire if you let this one go.
People have died within days of neglecting an abscess. DO NOT procrastinate on this.
A dental abscess can be painful and dangerous, it develops when a pocket of infection forms either in the gums or at the base of a tooth. An abscess in a tooth can form because of the advanced tooth decay, failing root canal treatment or as a result of injury to the tooth.
A gum abscess can develop as a result of untreated periodontal disease. Occasionally even a piece of food that has lodged between the root of the tooth and gum may cause the infection.
Signs of an abscess are different and may include a bubble of pus that formed around the infected area. Sudden, intense pain in the area near the affected gum or tooth may also be a sign of an abscess. The pain might be bad and get worse when a person lies down on one side. Other signs of a dental abscess include gum bleeding, bad breath, swelling, and sensitivity to chewing or pressure on the tooth or gum.
Wisdom teeth became inflamed
Wisdom teeth are notoriously painful. They seem to come whenever they want, and when they do, they can easily cause pain. Pericoronitis is an infection that can occur when your wisdom teeth don’t come in properly. The risk of this spreading is too high to ignore this case.
If you get it, you’ll know because of your irritated gums in that area, as well as possible bad breath. You might aslo feel pain and pressure in your wisdom teeth area. Give us a call as soon as possible.
Welcome To Our Family
North Hill Dental Center is a family oriented office that has been offering a full range of dental procedures since 2009. With the new management over the past year, we are proud that our office has become the patients’ dental home. Our modern clinic with the latest devices and equipment are placed to make sure you receive the highest quality of care, with the help of our experienced dentists and clinic staff.
Quality Service is our redline
At North Hill Dental Center our great philosophy is that dentistry is more than receiving teeth and gum treatments and in fact, it is a holistic approach to healthcare. Our professional team including dentists, hygienists and administrators provide and maintain the best and most personalized dental care available accompanied by the latest technology and the best dental materials.
General, Cosmetic, and Restorative Dentistry
You’re In good Hands
Dr. Nasser Jafari was born and raised in Iran. He graduated in 2002 with a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from Shahid Beheshi University, which is the most well-known faculty of dentistry in Iran.
He became a certified dentist by the National Dental Examining Board of Canada in 2014 and a member of Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario. Dr. Jafari has a strong passion for learning, therefore he puts all his effort to keep his knowledge and skills of dentistry up to date by attending various advanced continuing education programs in different cities and countries. He strives for a positive dental experience for all his clients by providing them the very best care and helping them attain beautiful healthy smiles throughout their life. Dental services provided by Dr. Jafari include: Family/Cosmetic Dentistry, Endodontics, Implants, Periodontal Surgery, and Orthodontics/Invisalign
Said About Us
Just a wonderful team. They really know what they’re doing and you feel like family with them
From the first moment to the end, everything was done in a professional style. I really got the results i was looking for.
They had the latest devices in their clinic. A very pro and friendly team.
How Often Should I See The Dentist?
Children, teens, and adults should all see the dentist for a regular checkup at least once every six months. Patients who are at a greater risk for oral cancer or gum disease may be required to see the dentist more than just twice a year. Your doctor will help determine how often you should visit the dentist for regular check-ups.
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What is the most common dental emergency?
Tooth pain and abscesses are the most common dental emergencies – and almost always require the need for a root canal.
What is the most dangerous dental emergency?
There are many different dental emergencies that all require immediate attention, but infections causing abscesses need to be treated as soon as possible before it has a chance to spread.
What should you do if your molar breaks off at the gum line?
If one of your molars breaks off at – or beneath – the gum line, call us immediately. Otherwise, you risk infection, abscess, and even nerve damage.
How do I know if my infection is spreading?
An infection in your tooth can spread if left untreated. It can even make its way into your bloodstream and to your major organs becoming a medical emergency. Infection in the tooth can cause your neck, mouth, and jaw to painfully swell. This requires immediate attention. When it spreads further, you will develop symptoms such as headache, fever, dizziness, face swelling, dehydration, increased heart rate, rapid breathing, etc. If you experience any of these, seek emergency medical treatment right away.
Seeing Emergency Dentist No Insurance:
Unfortunately, the lack of dental insurance is still a number one reason for many to avoid regular visits to a dentist. We offer reasonable fees along with various payment options. If you do not have dental insurance and are experiencing a dental emergency in Toronto/Richmondhill, it is possible to get the dental treatment you need. Just give us a call.
Emergency Dental Care with Insurance:
NorthHill Dental accepts most dental insurances. In few cases of medical trauma medical insurance coverage may be utilized. It depends on the type of treatment you are receiving and the cause of the injury. If you have insurance, our treatment coordinators will work with you to help you better understand what is covered and what is your coinsurance.
General & Emergency Family /Pediatric Dentistry
Family/Pediatric Dentists Richmondhill Toronto
Oral health is more important than you think, and in order to prevent health problems, you need to have a proper oral health and hygiene routine. Detecting tooth decay and oral disease early is key for your oral health. NorthHill Dental is honored to have been serving Richmondhill and all of Toronto/Gta for a better oral health of our communities. We offer a full array of adult,family and pediatric dental services. Our clinic has an emphasis on making sure kids love us after they receive their dental procedures. Our doctors have been trained with years of experience in this field. Serving Richmondhill Toronto has been amazing, seeing a wide age demographic throughout the years. We have served many families and patients during after business hours and on weekends for family and pediatric dental emergencies. Our convenient location in Richmondhill, modern clinic equipped with the latest devices and experience dentists and hygienists are the reasons why Richmondhill loves us, come and see for yourself!
Emergency Family/Pediatric Dentists Richmondhill Toronto
In case of a child dental emergency, please fill out the form below or call us as soon as possible, we will get back to you and see what we can do for an emergency appointment. Dont worry what time of the day you or your child is experiencing an emergency, we’ve had many experiences with emergencies, you’re not alone. Just give us a call or fill out the form if its after business hours.
9993 Yonge Street Richmond Hill, ON L4C 1T9
(905) 508 2244
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A relaxing and modern dental clinic, with hundreds of satisfied children and adults as our clients.
Why We Love Toronto and Richmondhill:
Its been an honor serving patients from around Ontario, from Toronto to Richmondhill, for years now. The lovely multicultural community in richmondhill is truly what has made richmondhill “RICH” in values. We really enjoy serving Richmondhill and patients coming from other areas in Ontario like Toronto for a couple of reasons, a multicultural community is just one of them. Toronto and Richmondhill have a very positive city vibe from amazing restaurants to fun outdoor and indoor activities.
Toronto and its amazing sports vibes for our sports teams are another major reason why we love Toronto. From the Toronto maple leaves to the Toronto blue jays and the amazing Toronto raptors( The champions), we love them all, and we just can’t love any other teams since we grew up with these teams and their legends.
Toronto and specially Richmondhill, have a variety of restaurants with delicious foods from all countries and cultures that have added to the popularity of Toronto and Richmondhill in Canada. Toronto’s entertainment places like the harbor front, Nathan Philips Square, Eaton Center, Toronto Islands, Niagara Falls, and many more places, it’s why Toronto is our anchor.
Toronto and Richmondhill have a growing population. Toronto and Richmondill also have a lot of students that come to us for their dental care, and we just love living in a community where we see alot of students, because they are full of energy with a lot of positive vibes and are the future of our community.