Seeing a dentist during Covid-19

‘Non-essential’ dental appointments were suspended after Ontario declared a province-wide emergency to curb the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. We are supporting that guidance and are committed to keeping our staff and patients safe in these trying times. However, emergency dentistry at select Dawson Dental locations remains available for those who require it.

 If you have any dental or oral concerns, reach out to us. We are available over the phone, via email, and via video conferencing to answer your questions and guide you through any dental issues you are facing.

If you or someone you know has a dental emergency, call us at 1-855-389-0586 or call one of our offices listed below that are accepting emergency appointments.

          Kingston

          Oshawa

          Rosedale

          North Bay

          Barrie

          Newmarket

          Hanover

          Guelph North

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Schedule a virtual consultation with our Chief Dental Surgeon at Dawson Dental. He will address your concerns and recommend treatment options. Virtual consultations are free and can be done from the comfort of your home!

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What patients are we seeing during the lockdown?

We are accepting emergency appointments. Speak to us to understand if your concern qualifies as an emergency. Emergencies include:

          Prolonged bleeding

          Injury to the mouth

          Severe swelling, abscess, and infection

          Dental pain that is not curbed by over-the-counter pain medication

 

How to schedule an appointment with a dentist

If you have an appointment during the Covid-19 lockdown, it will be rescheduled once social distancing measures have been lifted. If you need to schedule a cleaning or exam, speak to our team. If our patient care team feels you require emergency dental care, we will schedule an emergency appointment at one of our locations.

What you can do to take care of your teeth and oral health

Brushing and flossing regularly are more important than ever. Working from home changes our routines and lifestyle which can influence oral health.

Try these tips to take care of your oral health.

          Avoid sodas and sugary drinks

          Clean your teeth properly

          Beware of what your diet is doing to your teeth