Welcome to Main Street Dental
We have assembled a caring team of dentists, hygienists, assistants and administrative staff who are skilled, professional and will always greet you with a smile. New patients are welcome as we love to see our Main Street Dental family grow. Emergencies are never turned away and we strive to get you out of pain on the same day you are seen. We also have a dentist, dental assistant and receptionist who speak Cantonese and Mandarin for those that need help to better understand their dental care.
We know your time is valuable so we do our best to make sure your appointments are convenient and on time. We offer evening and Saturday appointments for those who find it difficult to make time during the week. You work hard, so we do too.
Visit us for a free consultation. You will find our office has a wonderful balance of Unionville heritage and modern dental technology. We are confident you will feel right at home!
THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW WHEN THERE'S A DENTAL EMERGENCY?
It is important to act quickly and calmly when you have a dental emergency. A knocked out, cracked or loose tooth can potentially be salvaged if handled with care.
If it is cracked or loose, very gently hold it in place until you reach us. A knocked out tooth should be handled by the crown, not the root. Try to carefully put the tooth back in the empty space in your mouth and hold it in place with clean gauze or cloth. If the tooth is dirty or replanting is not possible, put it in a glass of milk. Do not let the tooth dry out. Time is critical with a missing tooth, you have about 15-30 minutes before it’s considered unsalvageable.
With any tissue injuries, such as cuts, tears and lacerations to the cheek, lip or tongue, rinse the wound carefully with water then apply firm gentle pressure to stop bleeding. If the injury is significant, go to the hospital immediately.
If you have a toothache, rinse with warm salt water or floss to try and dislodge any trapped food. If you have any swelling to the face area, try applying a cool compress and take acetaminophen (Tylenol) for the pain until you can get to a dentist.