Dr. Lon Riemer
231-7 St Anne St,
St. Albert, AB T8N 2X4


Preventative and Aesthetic Dentistry

Emergency Dentist in St. Albert

Toothaches, chipped teeth, lost fillings, facial pain, fractures and cracks, tissue injuries, and any sudden issues surrounding your teeth are considered a dental emergency. If you’re looking for an emergency dentist in St. Albert, you’ve come to the right place.

Emergency dental situations can happen to anyone. Accidents happen, sometimes illness strikes, and one morning you might wake up to an unexpected pain in your teeth or gums. When something is affecting your oral health, you should never suffer in silence. Dental issues, like all other health issues, can worsen if left untreated.

Knowing what to do during a dental emergency can be confusing. The first step to take is booking an appointment with an emergency dentist. You don’t have to drive all the way into Edmonton to find an emergency dentist either, there’s an emergency dentist right here in St. Albert! Dr. Lon Riemer provides emergency dental services for anyone experiencing a dental emergency.

If you have an emergency dental issue like pain, discomfort, or infection, come to Dr. Riemer’s St. Albert clinic right away. Our clinic offers emergency dental services for all your urgent dental care needs whether you are an existing or new patient!

What causes a dental emergency?

Dental emergencies can be brought on by a variety of reasons. Teeth can become broken or dislodged through physical trauma such as being hit in the mouth, falling and hitting your face, or biting something too hard. Other times dental emergencies are caused by illnesses like autoimmune diseases or stomach issues causing acid reflux. Dental emergencies can occur as a complication with previous dental treatment, and, sometimes, untreated dental issues like cavities or infection can progress to a point of becoming an emergency.

What kind of dental emergencies do you handle?

There are a number of different dental health care issues that warrant an emergency trip to the dentist. Some of the most common dental emergencies are:

  • Abscess or other oral infection
  • Toothache
  • Pain
  • Swelling in the jaw or neck
  • Injury
  • Chipped or broken tooth
  • Extruded or partially dislodged tooth
  • Knocked out tooth
  • Bleeding
  • Lost filling or crown

If it’s an emergency, and you need to see a dentist in St. Albert, call Dr. Lon A. Riemer, we would be happy to provide you with swift, emergency care. Fill out an appointment request or come and see us right away. We’ll do our best to get you in as soon as possible so that we can diagnose the problem and get you on the road to recovery!

Emergency Dental Services for:

Extruded, Dislodged, or Knocked Out Teeth

An avulsed tooth is a tooth that has become dislodged from its socket, this is incredibly serious and you should contact your emergency dentist in St. Albert as soon as possible! Avoid touching your tooth and try to keep it in its original position in the socket; however, if you are not able to reposition the tooth, store it in a glass of milk in case we are able to replant it within a few hours.

Chipped, Cracked, and Broken Teeth

Chipped, cracked, and broken teeth are also serious dental issues, so call your emergency dentist and book an appointment for x-rays and an examination for a potential filling, veneer, cap, or crown to fix your issue.


Toothaches are described as any sudden or continuous pain in and around your teeth and jaws. Toothache is a sign that something is wrong, it can mean tooth decay, cavities, gum inflammation, nerve issues, cracked or fractured teeth, and more. If you’re experiencing toothache, contact us for an examination and x-rays to determine the root cause.

Lost Fillings or Crowns

If you have lost a filling or crown, try to find and store the filling or crown to determine if it is broken. If you cannot find your lost filling or crown, don’t be alarmed, but do inform your dentist. Your emergency dentist will examine your lost filling or crown to ensure your tooth is repaired swiftly and safely.

Swelling, Tissue Damage, and Bleeding

If you cannot control the bleeding or your injury, please head to an emergency room in the hospital. For damage in and around the mouth, be sure to contact an emergency dentist to check out the swelling and find the root issue.

Do I Need an Emergency Dentist?

If you are experiencing any of the above dental problems and are in oral distress, it is important to visit a trained emergency dentist as soon as possible. Ignoring a dental emergency is not only painful, but if left untreated can worsen and lead to health issues and other side effects. Untreated dental issues can lead to tooth decay, needing teeth to be removed, spread infections, and sometimes can lead to life-threatening sepsis.

Don’t wait, if you or a loved one has a dental emergency, contact an emergency dentist straight away.

What Should I Do in a Dental Emergency?

The most important thing to do in a dental emergency is stay calm. It is important to get to a dentist’s office as soon as possible. Call Dr. Lon Riemer and let our team know your situation and that you are coming. If you are experiencing pain, take over the counter pain medication and rinse with salt water if you are able. You can also apply an ice pack to your face to reduce any swelling and reduce pain.

What other services do you offer?

We offer a wide range of dental services including teeth whitening, family and children’s dentistry, general dentistry, wisdom tooth removal, crowns, dental implants and more. Visit us today to make an appointment. New patients are always welcome! Book your appointment here.

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