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Do you need an emergency dentist?

Dr. Olatonade is always ready to respond as an emergency dentist. He can be reached for after-hours dental emergencies by phone/text (587-926-5245) or email

When you have severe dental pain, you need urgent care. Whether you are experience pain, a lost, chipped, or damaged tooth, we are available for fast, attentive treatment. Dental emergencies can be stressful and uncomfortable. We do everything we can to offer you an appointment the day you call, and find a solution that will relieve your pain.

After your emergency appointment, we schedule you for a future visit to address the underlying problem, and discuss any possible long-term dental issues you may have. This helps to prevent a recurring problem, and ensure a healthy, happy smile.

Contact us today to schedule an emergency appointment at our downtown Edmonton dental clinic at Oliver Park Dental.

Determining Whether You Have a Dental Emergency or not…


Chipping a tooth or losing a dental crown can be very alarming, but as long as they aren't causing you pain, situations like those don't urgently need emergency dental services.

Typically, such problems can be dealt with during your dentist’s regular office hours without the need for an emergency dental clinic visit. If you're not sure whether you're having a true dental emergency, ask yourself the following questions:

Are you bleeding from the mouth?

Are you in severe pain?

Do you have any loose teeth?

Have you been hit in the face or mouth?

Do you have any swelling in the mouth or facial area?

Do you have any bulges, swelling or knots on your gums?

Do you experience pain caused by hot/cold or when biting down?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, you may be having a dental emergency and should call us immediately at (780) 705-6990. It’s important to describe exactly what has happened and what you are feeling so we can assess whether you're experiencing a genuine dental emergency.

Common Dental Emergencies

Don't Delay⁠—Contact Us Now!

Remember: when there's a dental emergency that involves your teeth - even if it's minor - there could be an underlying problem that may need to be addressed, and it could worsen with time.

That's why Dr. Olatonade is always on-call as an Edmonton emergency dentist. He's committed to getting you a prompt evaluation and care when you need it so that you can take care of your dental emergency quickly and minimize damage to the teeth, gums and supporting bone structures.