Dental emergencies in children

Children’s Dental emergencies can be caused by trauma, infections or other dental problems. It is important to know how to recognize different dental emergencies in children and how to manage them properly to avoid complications and relieve pain.

Here are some examples of dental emergencies in children and how to manage them

  • Dental trauma: If a child experiences dental trauma, it is important to check for broken or displaced or expelled teeth. It is important to consult an emergency dentist to assess the damage and determine the best treatment approach.

  • If the child has lost a tooth (knocked out tooth). Keep it in a little saliva and take it urgently to a dentist who, if possible, will reimplant it.

  • A broken, dislocated tooth…: keep the tooth fragment and go urgently to a dentist. He might be able to restore the tooth.

  • Dental infection: A dental infection can be caused by untreated cavities or gum infection. If a child has a tooth infection, they may experience pain, fever and  swollen lymph nodes. It is important to visit a dentist to assess and treat the infection and possibly prescribe  In the meantime, it is important to give the child over-the-counter painkillers to relieve pain.


It is important to inform your insurance about the accident so that emergency treatments and teeth repair will be covered by your insurance.

  • Dental trauma

  • Lost a tooth

  • Dental infection

  • Cavities

Our rates
Dental Emergency : Between 100.- and 250.-

Each dental emergency is unique, and as a result, the cost associated with its treatment can vary.
Our dental clinic adheres to the SSO dental pricing.

Dental Cleaning for New Patients with Two X-rays : 155.-
Check-up with a dentist : Between 80.- and 180.-

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a pediatric dental emergency?

A pediatric dental emergency refers to any sudden trauma, pain, or issue related to a child’s teeth or mouth that requires immediate intervention.


How can I relieve my child's tooth pain while waiting for the appointment?

You can give your child an age-appropriate pain reliever following the recommended dosage. Applying a cold compress to the outside of the affected area can also provide relief.


How can I prepare my child for an emergency dentist visit?

Comfort your child by explaining the importance of the visit and reassuring them that the dentist is there to help. Avoid using words that might scare them.

do you have a question?
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Take care of your dental health!

We are committed to combating healthcare avoidance, believing that in our current environment, every citizen should be able to maintain their health and enhance their appearance, especially their smile. Our rates are designed to be not only competitive but also, and most importantly, affordable. Nevertheless, they never compromise the quality of our service, which we strive to make impeccable.