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Not all trips to the dentist’s office are pleasant. Dental emergencies can occur any time and anywhere. Some patients find themselves in need of an emergency visit and they don’t know how much the dental costs will be. The dental costs of a emergency dental appointment is often a cause of anxiety for patients. 

Fortunately, an emergency visit to the dental clinic doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg; when addressed early enough, the dental emergency treatment can be easy and inexpensive. If you delay your visit to the emergency dentist, the dental problems can get worse and the dental costs can go up. Therefore, you should find an emergency dentist immediately at the first sign of a tooth pain or sensitivity. 

If you or a loved one needs emergency dental care from an experienced dentist, read on for important information about what dental costs could be associated with this type of visit as well as some tips that may save you money.

What is the cost of emergency dental examination?

It is difficult to say what the total cost of your visit to an emergency dental clinic will be because many factors go into the price. When you first go to the emergency dentist, however, the first thing they may do is take a look inside your mouth, run a few tests, and take one or two dental x-rays. 

Generally, the emergency examination alone can cost between $48-140. 

Dental x-rays and the dental treatment are charged separately; one dental x-ray image is $30. Two dental x-ray images is $37. 

So already you are looking at and the total cost of the dental exam to be anywhere between $48-177. 

This is before the emergency dentist explains your treatment options as those prices will vary greatly depending on the dental problems.

What is the cost of emergency dental services?

After the initial exam, the emergency dentist will explain to you your emergency dental needs and any dental treatments you require. Experienced dentists will review all treatment options, the risks, the benefits, and dentist prices for each of the treatment options.

Common dental emergencies that cause dental pain include wisdom tooth pain, a broken tooth, chipped tooth, gum disease, bleeding gums, a tooth abscess, or a knocked out tooth from contact sports. To learn about each of these dental emergencies, please visit our Dental Emergency Guide.

Here is a short list of common dental procedures and their approximate costs:

  • Tooth filling: $167-392, will depend on which tooth it is and the size of the filling.
  • Tooth extraction: $169-260, will depend on the difficulty of tooth extraction.
  • Wisdom tooth removal: $258-556, will depend on the difficulty of wisdom teeth removal.
  • Root canal treatment: $562-1307; will depend on the number of root canals in each tooth.
  • Dental crown: $1160-1300; will depend on the dental crown material.
  • Dental implants: $2500-3700, will depend on whether a bone graft and immediate provisional dental implant crown is required or not. 

Emergency dental clinics usually follow the Ontario Dental Association Fee Guide for dental care

The Ontario Dental Association fee guide is a list of suggested fees of more than 900 dental procedures and dental services that gets updated every year. Emergency dental clinics can go above or below the suggested fees for common dental treatments. However, most emergency dental offices will stay within the fee guide range to ensure fair and competitive dentist prices.

At Atlas Dental, your emergency dental clinic Toronto for urgent dental care, we are on Ontario Dental Association fee guide for all basic dental care.

The other Canadian provinces have fee guides similar to the Ontario Dental Fee Guide. However, dentist prices do differ between the different provinces. A provincial Dental Fee Guide determines Dentist Prices within a specific region of Canada.

What if I have dental insurance coverage?

Having dental insurance coverage will help cover a large portion of the cost, if not all of the cost, of your emergency dental procedures in Toronto so you do not have to pay out of pocket. Emergency dental examinations, x-rays and dental emergency services are considered basic dental services and usually covered. A true dental emergency will often be covered for the maximum benefit. The amount of coverage will vary from plan to plan, so be sure to find out from your insurance company how much you are eligible for before going ahead with dental emergency service.

We work on your behalf with your insurance company to determine the cost of emergency dental service so you pay out of pocket as little as possible. We accept a variety of payment options to cover any remaining balance. If you do not have a private insurance company and have to pay out of pocket, payment plan options are available.

Payment plan options

If you have to pay for expensive dental work such as root canal treatment, a dental crown, dental implants, or wisdom tooth extraction, emergency dental clinics sometimes offer payment plans as a way to decrease the burden of the cost. You pay the same amount of money, but divided over several appointments.

Some emergency dental treatments such as dental crown or dental implant are done in two or three appointments, so you can request paying in two or three

Our Enhanced COVID-19 Oral Health Protocols

If you are having an oral health issue during the COVID-19 pandemic and you have to visit an emergency dental clinic, there are some things that you should know.

At Atlas Dental emergency dental clinic, we follow urgent dental care guidelines developed by the RCDSO along with information from the Chief Medical Officer of Health when re-opening our emergency dental office for urgent care.

Here are some of the things we have done to ensure your safety in our emergency dental clinic and provide the best oral health experience during in-person dental services:

  • Strict Infection Prevention and Control protocols
  • Dental instruments are single use or sterilized before use
  • Enhanced personal protective equipment to protect us and you. This includes respirators, face shields, disposable gowns and gloves
  • Screening each new patient for common signs of flu
  • HEPA Filter And UV-C Air Cleaning Systems in each dental opertory
  • Hand sanitizer in each room
  • Minimizing the number of patients allowed in the waiting room
  • Virtual phone consultations whenever possible
  • Eliminating paper forms in favor of electronic medical and dental forms.

If you have any questions about our emergency dental clinic or any dental procedure, please contact us.

Where can I get free dental care?

If you have private insurance coverage, you may be covered 100% for your dental work. Contact your emergency dentist at Atlas Dental.

There are a number of free emergency dental care options available.

Toronto Public Health Clinics

If you are having severe pain but do not have the finances or insurance coverage to help cover the cost, there are a few city-run dental care clinics that offer free dental care. You may be eligible for free dental care the Toronto Public Health clinics for children and youth (0-17 years), adults enrolled in selected Toronto Public Health programs, and seniors (65 years and older). Eligibility varies by clinic. For more information, please contact the City of Toronto.

Ontario Works, Ontario Disability Support Program

Government programs such as Ontario Works, Ontario Disability Support program, and the also provide free dental care for eligible participants. Not all dental clinics accept these government programs.

Canadian Federal Government’s Interim Federal Health Program (IFHP)

If you are a refugee newcomer to Canada, you are eligible for free emergency dental care under the Canadian Federal Government’s Interim Federal Health Program (IFHP). Free IFHP dental coverage is limited to emergency relief of dental pain, infection or trauma only. Routine dental care is not eligible.

For more information on eligible and ineligible dental services provided under the IFHP, visit the IFHP Dental benefit grid or contact us.

Low-cost dental care facilities

If you are not eligible for free dental care, there are a number of low-cost dental care facilities around the city of Toronto, including the University of Toronto Faculty of Dentistry and the WAVE Dental Clinic at George Brown College.

Emergency Dental Treatment Cost FAQ's

Tooth pain can affect your quality of life in many ways, so it’s difficult to determine which procedures are emergencies and which are not. When in doubt, contact your dentist to determine a date to come in and learn the severity of the issue.

Any tooth or mouth pain that is extreme should be treated immediately. If you’re experiencing unbearable pain, contact emergency dental services now. Other dental injuries may not feel as painful but could escalate if not treated immediately.

dental fee guide is a price list for dental procedures. A dental fee guide specifies each dental procedure and the associated price. Almost all dentists follow the prices specified in the dental fee guide as insurance companies pay the dentist based on the fee guide.

How much is are dental checkups and dental cleanings?

Dental checkups and dental cleanings are very common dental procedures that A check up and cleaning costs approximately $272. This includes one hour of a dental cleaning (scaling) which costs $232 and a dental check-up by the dentist which costs approximately $42. You may also benefit from checkup X-rays which cost $37 for two x-ray images. Contact your emergency dentist for more exact pricing.

How much does it cost to get a tooth pulled?

Broken teeth sometimes have to be removed. It costs $169 to pull a tooth if it is simple, $260 if it is complicated. In addition, to the price of tooth removal, especially if you do not have a regular dentist, you will need an examination which will cost about $48-140 and a dental X-ray for $37. Contact your emergency dentist for more exact pricing.

How much does root canal treatment cost?

Root canal treatment is a dental procedure save an abscess tooth. Depending on a number of factors, namely the difficulty of the root canal procedure and number of root canals that have to be treated, the cost of the emergency visit can range between $562-1307. Contact your emergency dentist for more exact root canal pricing.

How much does it cost to remove a wisdom tooth?

Also known as third molars, wisdom teeth are the furthest back of the three molars. You may need to remove your wisdom teeth if they are stuck in the jaw bone and start to cause problems, such as cavities, gum diseases, and severe toothache. Furthermore, it can cause damage to adjacent teeth. Many factors will affect the price of this type of dental work. But generally, you can expect the price of dental surgeries to range between $169 to 556 per tooth depending on the level of difficulty. Contact your emergency dentist for more exact wisdom tooth extraction pricing.

How much does a tooth filling cost?

A tooth filling is the dentist’s primary method of repairing damaged teeth. After the dentist cleans away any decay from a tooth, they fill the space with a new material. Common tooth filling materials include dental composite, amalgam, and resin-modified glass ionomer. Many factors will affect the price. But generally, you can expect tooth fillings to cost anywhere between $167 to 392 per tooth. Contact your emergency dentist for more dental work pricing.

Can you put me to sleep for dental emergency treatment?

If you feel anxious or fearful of having your wisdom teeth removed, there are ways the dentist can help. Your dentist can provide you with sedation to help you feel more relaxed, either with nitrous oxide laughing gas or an orally ingested sedation pill. You have to come one hour earlier than the wisdom teeth removal procedure time to be given this medication. Contact your emergency dentist for more dental work pricing.

Dental checkups and dental cleanings are very common dental procedures that A check up and cleaning costs approximately $272. This includes one hour of a dental cleaning (scaling) which costs $232 and a dental check-up by the dentist which costs approximately $42. You may also benefit from checkup X-rays which cost $37 for two x-ray images. Contact your emergency dentist for more exact pricing.

How much does it cost to get a tooth pulled?

Broken teeth sometimes have to be removed. It costs $169 to pull a tooth if it is simple, $260 if it is complicated. In addition, to the price of tooth removal, especially if you do not have a regular dentist, you will need an examination which will cost about $48-140 and a dental X-ray for $37. Contact your emergency dentist for more exact pricing.

How much does root canal treatment cost?

Root canal treatment is a dental procedure save an abscess tooth. Depending on a number of factors, namely the difficulty of the root canal procedure and number of root canals that have to be treated, the cost of the emergency visit can range between $562-1307. Contact your emergency dentist for more exact root canal pricing.

How much does it cost to remove a wisdom tooth?

Also known as third molars, wisdom teeth are the furthest back of the three molars. You may need to remove your wisdom teeth if they are stuck in the jaw bone and start to cause problems, such as cavities, gum diseases, and severe toothache. Furthermore, it can cause damage to adjacent teeth. Many factors will affect the price of this type of dental work. But generally, you can expect the price of dental surgeries to range between $169 to 556 per tooth depending on the level of difficulty. Contact your emergency dentist for more exact wisdom tooth extraction pricing.

How much does a tooth filling cost?

A tooth filling is the dentist’s primary method of repairing damaged teeth. After the dentist cleans away any decay from a tooth, they fill the space with a new material. Common tooth filling materials include dental composite, amalgam, and resin-modified glass ionomer. Many factors will affect the price. But generally, you can expect tooth fillings to cost anywhere between $167 to 392 per tooth. Contact your emergency dentist for more dental work pricing.

Can you put me to sleep for dental emergency treatment?

If you feel anxious or fearful of having your wisdom teeth removed, there are ways the dentist can help. Your dentist can provide you with sedation to help you feel more relaxed, either with nitrous oxide laughing gas or an orally ingested sedation pill. You have to come one hour earlier than the wisdom teeth removal procedure time to be given this medication. Contact your emergency dentist for more dental work pricing.

Broken teeth sometimes have to be removed. It costs $169 to pull a tooth if it is simple, $260 if it is complicated. In addition, to the price of tooth removal, especially if you do not have a regular dentist, you will need an examination which will cost about $48-140 and a dental X-ray for $37. Contact your emergency dentist for more exact pricing.

How much does root canal treatment cost?

Root canal treatment is a dental procedure save an abscess tooth. Depending on a number of factors, namely the difficulty of the root canal procedure and number of root canals that have to be treated, the cost of the emergency visit can range between $562-1307. Contact your emergency dentist for more exact root canal pricing.

How much does it cost to remove a wisdom tooth?

Also known as third molars, wisdom teeth are the furthest back of the three molars. You may need to remove your wisdom teeth if they are stuck in the jaw bone and start to cause problems, such as cavities, gum diseases, and severe toothache. Furthermore, it can cause damage to adjacent teeth. Many factors will affect the price of this type of dental work. But generally, you can expect the price of dental surgeries to range between $169 to 556 per tooth depending on the level of difficulty. Contact your emergency dentist for more exact wisdom tooth extraction pricing.

How much does a tooth filling cost?

A tooth filling is the dentist’s primary method of repairing damaged teeth. After the dentist cleans away any decay from a tooth, they fill the space with a new material. Common tooth filling materials include dental composite, amalgam, and resin-modified glass ionomer. Many factors will affect the price. But generally, you can expect tooth fillings to cost anywhere between $167 to 392 per tooth. Contact your emergency dentist for more dental work pricing.

Can you put me to sleep for dental emergency treatment?

If you feel anxious or fearful of having your wisdom teeth removed, there are ways the dentist can help. Your dentist can provide you with sedation to help you feel more relaxed, either with nitrous oxide laughing gas or an orally ingested sedation pill. You have to come one hour earlier than the wisdom teeth removal procedure time to be given this medication. Contact your emergency dentist for more dental work pricing.

Root canal treatment is a dental procedure save an abscess tooth. Depending on a number of factors, namely the difficulty of the root canal procedure and number of root canals that have to be treated, the cost of the emergency visit can range between $562-1307. Contact your emergency dentist for more exact root canal pricing.

How much does it cost to remove a wisdom tooth?

Also known as third molars, wisdom teeth are the furthest back of the three molars. You may need to remove your wisdom teeth if they are stuck in the jaw bone and start to cause problems, such as cavities, gum diseases, and severe toothache. Furthermore, it can cause damage to adjacent teeth. Many factors will affect the price of this type of dental work. But generally, you can expect the price of dental surgeries to range between $169 to 556 per tooth depending on the level of difficulty. Contact your emergency dentist for more exact wisdom tooth extraction pricing.

How much does a tooth filling cost?

A tooth filling is the dentist’s primary method of repairing damaged teeth. After the dentist cleans away any decay from a tooth, they fill the space with a new material. Common tooth filling materials include dental composite, amalgam, and resin-modified glass ionomer. Many factors will affect the price. But generally, you can expect tooth fillings to cost anywhere between $167 to 392 per tooth. Contact your emergency dentist for more dental work pricing.

Can you put me to sleep for dental emergency treatment?

If you feel anxious or fearful of having your wisdom teeth removed, there are ways the dentist can help. Your dentist can provide you with sedation to help you feel more relaxed, either with nitrous oxide laughing gas or an orally ingested sedation pill. You have to come one hour earlier than the wisdom teeth removal procedure time to be given this medication. Contact your emergency dentist for more dental work pricing.

Also known as third molars, wisdom teeth are the furthest back of the three molars. You may need to remove your wisdom teeth if they are stuck in the jaw bone and start to cause problems, such as cavities, gum diseases, and severe toothache. Furthermore, it can cause damage to adjacent teeth. Many factors will affect the price of this type of dental work. But generally, you can expect the price of dental surgeries to range between $169 to 556 per tooth depending on the level of difficulty. Contact your emergency dentist for more exact wisdom tooth extraction pricing.

How much does a tooth filling cost?

A tooth filling is the dentist’s primary method of repairing damaged teeth. After the dentist cleans away any decay from a tooth, they fill the space with a new material. Common tooth filling materials include dental composite, amalgam, and resin-modified glass ionomer. Many factors will affect the price. But generally, you can expect tooth fillings to cost anywhere between $167 to 392 per tooth. Contact your emergency dentist for more dental work pricing.

Can you put me to sleep for dental emergency treatment?

If you feel anxious or fearful of having your wisdom teeth removed, there are ways the dentist can help. Your dentist can provide you with sedation to help you feel more relaxed, either with nitrous oxide laughing gas or an orally ingested sedation pill. You have to come one hour earlier than the wisdom teeth removal procedure time to be given this medication. Contact your emergency dentist for more dental work pricing.

A tooth filling is the dentist’s primary method of repairing damaged teeth. After the dentist cleans away any decay from a tooth, they fill the space with a new material. Common tooth filling materials include dental composite, amalgam, and resin-modified glass ionomer. Many factors will affect the price. But generally, you can expect tooth fillings to cost anywhere between $167 to 392 per tooth. Contact your emergency dentist for more dental work pricing.

Can you put me to sleep for dental emergency treatment?

If you feel anxious or fearful of having your wisdom teeth removed, there are ways the dentist can help. Your dentist can provide you with sedation to help you feel more relaxed, either with nitrous oxide laughing gas or an orally ingested sedation pill. You have to come one hour earlier than the wisdom teeth removal procedure time to be given this medication. Contact your emergency dentist for more dental work pricing.

If you feel anxious or fearful of having emergency dental treatment, there are ways the dentist can help. Your dentist can provide you with sedation to help you feel more relaxed, either with nitrous oxide laughing gas or an orally ingested sedation pill. You have to come one hour earlier than the emergency dental appointment time to be given this medication. Contact your emergency dentist for more dental work pricing.

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Dr. Nguy was able to see me the same day after I cracked my tooth and provided my broken tooth with a comfortable temporary crown and then a great looking lab made one. I had put off going to the emergency dentist for over a year because of past bad experiences but he was very kind and considerate and made me feel at ease. I will definitely be returning for any other Toronto emergency dental services I might need!!
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I went to Atlas Dental emergency dental care centre to have my wisdom tooth removed as a dental emergency service. Everything about it was smooth. I highly recommend Dr. David. He was very kind and responsible that I was comfortable throughout the whole process. He explained everything I had to take after surgery and also a few days later he asked me how I was feeling with it. The emergency dental clinic Toronto manager, Donna was also so kind and nice. Everything was good and I will definitely visit again soon to take care of my teeth.
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I had a dental emergency during the start of the pandemic. Dr.Nguy was one of the few emergency dentists that were open. He took my call in the middle of the night and saw me the next morning. He was a life saver. He painlessly removes two wisdom teeth and checked up on me Multiple times afterwards. Dr.Nguy will be my emergency dentist for my family going forward and I highly recommend him to any one. Thanks again
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I had severe toothache due to which I had to go to emergency twice, the severe pain didn’t subside even with high dosage pain killer. We needed an emergency root canal and looked everywhere to find an experienced dentist that was taking new patients even on a Sunday. Luckily we got to know about Atlas Dental emergency dental clinic, spoke to the dentist immediately and understanding the true dental emergency he agreed to see us within an hour or so!! I was lucky to have found him because the nerve damage was so severe that it was giving me migraine! Dr. David within an hour initiated the emergency dental care and I immediately felt relieved of the severe pain, even after the freeze wore off. So thankful to the doctor!
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I got a dental emergency emergency of swollen gum and had a timely appointment to relieve pain with Dr. Nguy. Finally decide to extract my wisdom tooth. Dr. Nguy is experienced, and the process is smooth and painless. The appointment form mentioned "need to pay out-of-pocket", but the front desk will help submit the claim to your insurance immediately after your pay. It was a nice and convenient experience!
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I highly recommend this emergency dental clinic! I was having severe toothache and loosen teeth during the pandemic, and no emergency dentist would offer me any help (assuming it was not an emergency). Atlas Dental is a great emergency dental care centre for broken teeth! They provided a free consultation and scheduled me an appointment! They found out my previous experienced dentist has broke the side of my tooth, And Dr. David Nguy Fixed it right away! I didn’t feel anything! (*^o^*) This place is greatly affordable and extremely cautious and kind when it comes to the procedures! Hope the review helps! I really really recommend this place!
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