For preventative dental care
or in the event of an emergency

General dentists and urgent dental care in Beaconsfield

Family Dentistry

Centre Dentaire Olympique offers dental care for the entire family. Perfectly adapted to both children and anxious or time-pressed parents, the clinic has cutting-edge equipment and is run by an experienced team.


Is your smile a source of insecurity? Thanks to cosmetic dentistry, you can have a radiant smile that will do wonders for your self-confidence. Veneers and a dental whitening treatment are excellent ways to obtain an improved smile.


Your smile is part of who you are and deserves the best of care. For oral health maintenance, it is a good idea to have a complete dental check-up and cleaning at least once per year.


Achieving a healthy smile sometimes calls for dental surgery. Whether you require a bone or gum graft, dental implants or more, our dentists are qualified and prepared to offer treatments that suited to your dental needs.


Want to brighten your smile? Visit our clinic! Centre Dentaire Olympique creates your own personalized dental trays for optimal results. We also provide you with a whitening kit that allows you to pursue treatment in the comfort of your own home.


Missing teeth can cause low self-esteem and insecurities. Fortunately, dental implants are an excellent way to replace missing teeth. Strong and durable, implants also provide excellent support for various dental apparatus.


If you notice your gums bleeding more than usual, shooting pain when sipping a hot or cold drink, or teeth wiggling and feeling loose, then it is time to see a periodontist. They will evaluate the state of your gums and bone tissue.


Would you like to straighten your smile? Thanks to orthodontics, you can. Whether you opt for braces or an Invisalign treatment, the team at Centre Dentaire Olympique will support you in getting the smile you’ve always dreamed of.

Types of dental emergencies and how to deal with them:

If you’ve ever had a dental emergency, you know how fast you wish someone would intervene. Pain in the mouth can be brutal and we understand. Whether you’ve broken a tooth or are faced with a painful abscess, reach out and let us know. Book an emergency dental appointment at the first sign of discomfort.

Tooth loss

If you happen to lose a tooth due to an injury or accident, consult a dentist within the hour so that it can be placed back into the socket. If the tooth and tissue are too damaged, endodontic treatment may be necessary.

Here are some steps to take:

  1. Make an emergency dentist appointment
  2. Pick up the tooth by its crown and rinse it under warm water. DO NOT touch the root
  3. Keep the tooth in the inside of your cheek. If this is not possible, submerge the tooth in milk or water as a last resort. Under no circumstances should the tooth be allowed to dry out.
Lost filling or crown

A crown or filling may fall out while you chew, leading to sharp pain when sipping hot or cold drinks, or when varying degrees of pressure are exerted on the tooth.

In this case, keep the crown in a cool, safe place because the dentist may be able to reinsert it. Do not put off making an emergency dentist appointment, because your teeth may shift in the meantime. The crown can be reattached in some cases.

Here are some steps to take:

  1. Clean the crown and store it in a cool place.
  2. If you no longer have the crown, coat the upper part of the tooth with dental cement (available in drugstores) to reduce discomfort
  3. DO NOT use any sort of glue to attach the crown
Broken or fractured tooth

Broken or fractured teeth can be extremely painful, especially if the root is affected or exposed. To avoid any infection or further damage to your tooth or root, book an emergency dental appointment.

Here are some steps to take:

  1. Rinse your tooth and your mouth with lukewarm water
  2. If any bleeding occurs, apply a bandage to the affected area and leave it on for ten minutes.
  3. Cover the affected area with over-the-counter dental cement if you cannot see the dentist immediately
  4. Take a pain reliever
Loose or dislodged tooth

If you notice one of your teeth wobbling or seemingly detaching from the gum, you should book an appointment with your dentist. The tooth can be saved if it is still attached to the blood vessels and nerves. If not, you might have to undergo endodontic treatment.

Do you have any questions or concerns regarding dental emergencies?