I had a tooth extracted and it became very infected. My face had become so swollen that I was unable to open my right eye and was in a great deal of pain. When I saw Dr. Gant at the Peter Lougheed Hospital he was very rude and told me that my swollen face was not an emergency and that I was wasting his time. He then tried to give me some Percocet, which I refused. I left the hospital and went to a different one, as the swelling was only getting worse and the pain was unbearable. At the other hospital I was taken in right away and hooked up to antibiotics through an IV. I had to continue being on IV antibiotics for a week afterwards. I am afraid to think of what would have happened if I had taken Dr. Grants narcotics and gone home.