Emergency Dentistry in Surrey, BC

If you are suffering from a dental emergency in South Surrey, seek immediate attention by calling 778-200-8398

CALL US AT 778-200-8398

At Rosemary Heights Dental, we understand that dental emergencies can be stressful and require immediate attention. As your trusted Surrey emergency dentist, we are equipped to handle a variety of emergency dental services. Whether you're suffering from a chipped or broken tooth, a lost filling, discomfort, or other common dental emergencies, our team can provide the necessary treatment as soon as possible. To alleviate pain and prevent further damage, our Surrey dental clinic can provide immediate treatment with an emergency appointment. Trust us to be there for you in your time of need, offering personalized, efficient, and compassionate emergency dental care.

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Rosemary Heights Dental Centre

Address: 15350 34 Ave #206, Surrey, BC V3S 0X7

Phone: 778-200-8398

Hours of Operation:

Monday: 07:00 am - 05:30 pm
Tuesday: 07:00 am - 05:30 pm
Wednesday: 07:00 am - 05:30 pm
Thursday: 07:00 am - 05:00 pm
Friday: 08:00 am - 03:30 pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Steps to Take When in Need of Emergency Dental Care

  1. Assess the Situation: If you are experiencing a dental emergency such as a toothache, broken tooth, or another serious problem, a prompt response can prevent the problem from getting worse.
  2. Use First Aid: To reduce pain or swelling, apply a cold compress to the affected area. If you have a knocked-out tooth, place it in milk or salt water to preserve it before seeking emergency dental services.
  3. Contact Rosemary Heights Dental: We prioritize emergency cases and will strive to provide treatment as soon as possible. To book emergency dental services, please contact our office immediately.
  4. Follow Professional Advice: When you call in, please follow any instructions given by our emergency dentist and prepare to visit the clinic if necessary.
  5. Seek Treatment: To address the dental issue effectively, visit our office promptly for professional evaluation and treatment.
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How We Can Help with Your Dental Emergency

A dental emergency can involve anything from sudden and severe dental pain, trauma to the teeth or gums, uncontrollable bleeding, or other issues that require immediate attention. Some of the most common dental emergencies include:

  • Dental Pain: Typically a sign of an underlying issue, our dental professionals can diagnose the source of discomfort and provide treatment to alleviate pain and prevent further complications.
  • Trauma to the Face, Neck, or Jaw: This can result in a chipped or broken tooth, swollen tissue, severe pain, a broken appliance or all of the above.
  • Chipped or Broken Teeth: While a small chip doesn't typically constitute an emergency, major breakage can cause unbearable pain that demands immediate intervention.
  • Lost Crown or Bridges: We swiftly address lost crowns or bridges, offering replacements or repairs to restore functionality and aesthetics.
  • Swollen Gums: Often a sign of infection, we will treat swollen gums through cleaning and medication if necessary, addressing the root cause of the swelling.
  • Infection: If you notice an abscess or infection, ignoring it can make the problem worse. To treat the area, we use advanced techniques, such as prescribing antibiotics and performing root canal therapy.

We recommend trying dental floss first for issues like something stuck between teeth. However, for any persistent or severe problem, it's crucial to seek professional care as soon as possible.

Experience prompt and professional dental care when you need it most. Book today with our team and ensure your dental health is in the best hands.

When Should I Go to the Emergency Room vs. The Dentist

A dentist can address common dental issues such as toothaches or chipped teeth. However, patients should seek medical attention for severe, uncontrollable bleeding or trauma involving the head or neck, as these could indicate more serious conditions.

What Can I Do to Relieve Pain or Swelling

If you are experiencing dental pain or swelling, start by rinsing your mouth with warm salt water. Then, apply a cold compress to the affected area and in necessary, take over-the-counter pain medication to alleviate discomfort. If the pain or swelling persists, avoid hot or cold food and drinks, and chew on the opposite side of your mouth until you can see a dentist.

Serving areas in Surrey

  • Bridgeview
  • Campbell Heights
  • Clayton
  • Cloverdale
  • Crescent Beach
  • Elgin Chantrell
  • Fleetwood
  • Fraser Heights
  • Goldsworth Park
  • Grandview
  • Grandview Heights

  • Guildford
  • Guilford
  • Hazelmere
  • King George Corridor
  • Morgan Creek
  • Newton
  • North Surrey
  • Ocean Park
  • Old Dean
  • Pacific Douglas

  • Panorama Ridge
  • Port Kells
  • South Surrey
  • South Westminster
  • Strawberry Hills
  • Sunnyside
  • Sunnyside Park
  • Tattenham Corner
  • Wes Newton - Highway 10
  • Whalley
  • White Rock

What Our Customers Say

Sean BrownSean Brown
00:59 12 Aug 23
I’ve never had anything but a good experience here. The staff are great!
Haley KolicHaley Kolic
20:37 10 Aug 23
Have been going here for 10+ years. There has been a change of owners recently and he is amazing! Highly recommend rosemary heights dental to anyone I can
Barbara McBryerBarbara McBryer
01:02 10 Aug 23
I have been a patient at Rosemary Heights Dental for at least 20 years. Each visit has been a pleasant experience. The dental team are top notch.
Glenn StrelauGlenn Strelau
01:33 02 Aug 23
Scott F. ThompsonScott F. Thompson
21:59 01 Aug 23
After a recent visit, they said just call back to make an appointment to get those wisdom teeth removed. Easy enough.... I call back and they have no knowledge of this and ask for me to come in for brand new scans even after just being there a week ago!Update, Don’t worry about future visits. We have moved to much more productive dentists willing to call us.
Christy BensonChristy Benson
01:30 20 Jul 23
New staff did a great job at providing a cleaning and making sure I was comfortable. The procedure was done in a timely manner. The staff was friendly. Nice atmosphere. I felt that everything was handled appropriately and booked my next appointment.
Vera and Rick OwenVera and Rick Owen
05:00 29 Jun 23
We have been coming to Rosemary Heights for dental work for a number of years. The office staff, hygienists, and dentists are all very polite and professional in their area of expertise. The hygienists and dentists are kind and gentle as they skillfully go about treating their patients.
Maryanne MillerMaryanne Miller
01:09 07 Jun 23
As usual a wonderful experience at Rosemary Heights Dental today for a checkup and cleaning. The cleaning was very thorough and every step explained by Christine, my hygienist. She also gave me some good tips to keep my teeth and gums in even better condition. Dr. Andy came in for my checkup and again was very thorough and will be following up with the minimal dental work I need done. Everyone at Rosemary Heights is so friendly and helpful as they have been for the 30+ years we’ve been clients there. Highly recommend this practice.

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MONDAY 7:00am - 5:30pm
TUESDAY 7:00am - 5:30pm
WEDNESDAY 7:00am - 5:30pm
THURSDAY 7:00am - 5:00pm
FRIDAY 8:00am - 3:30pm


15350 34 Ave #206, Surrey, BC V3S 0X7