Opening Hours : Mon-Sat 9am - 8pm

Opening Hours : Mon-Sat 9am - 8pm



If your teeth hurt, it's an emergency. If the injury seems small, it can still affect the living tissues inside the teeth. Quick treatment improves the odds of saving injured or damaged teeth, and consequently, damaged nerves or blood vessels. We are here for you and your teeth in such emergencies.

Toothache & swelling

Pain associated with the teeth is usually caused when the nerve in the root of a tooth is triggered by a decay, gum disease, trauma or infection. Often, a toothache starts out mild and progresses over time. It is important to remember that dental pain usually indicates a problem that requires professional dentistry to resolve.

Fractured or broken tooth

A fractured or broken tooth can result from a variety of different and unexpected sources including short-term causes like trauma to the face but also long-term causes like teeth grinding. It is essential that your soft tissues such as lips, nose and tongue are carefully evaluated alongside your teeth and provide immediate relief. Enamel is the hardest tissue in your body, including bone! But unlike bone, enamel cannot heal itself. The only way to restore the tooth structure is through a professional.