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Emergency Dentists

Emergency dental appointments available!

If you are suffering from a dental emergency please do not hesitate to call us to arrange an emergency appointment as soon as possible.

Our emergency appointment fee is £45 plus the cost of treatment (which will be fully discussed with you at the appointment).

Emergencies may include:

  • Toothache
  • Broken/Cracked teeth
  • Broken Crowns
  • Mouth Swelling
  • Jaw/Tooth/Gum Pain
  • Wisdom Teeth Pain
  • Fallen out fillings
  • Avulsed Teeth
  • Broken Braces
  • Broken Dentures
  • Broken Veneers
  • Dental Abscess
  • Dental Decay
  • Infected Wisdom Teeth
  • Jaw Injuries
  • Partially Dislodged Teeth
  • Sensitive teeth
  • Soft Tissue Trauma
  • Trapped Objects
  • Wisdom Tooth Pain
  • Emergency Dentures
  • Dental Sports Injury
  • Gum Infections
  • Impacted Canine/Wisdom Teeth

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: I have toothache, what should I do?

If you are suffering from tooth ache, this is a good indication that you may have an underlying dental problem. You will require an emergency appointment so our dentists can investigate and asses the problem and then treat accordingly.

Q: How To Treat a Fractured Tooth

This is a good indication that the tooth has decay inside which will inevitably weaken the outer surface and cause the fracture. If you are also suffering from pain with the tooth, there is a good chance that a sensitive area has been exposed or the decay is very close to the nerve of the tooth.

Depending on the exact circumstance of your fractured tooth and the required treatment, we are able to restore it back to its normal state, whether you need a Inlay or Onlay, Crown or a Filling, in one visit using CEREC.

Q: I Have Lost a Filling/Crown, What Should I Do?

Depending on your case, we are able to either replace your filling or re-fix your crown. In the event that you need a replacement restoration, we are able to make this in the same visit using CEREC.

Please note: As soon as you lose a filling or a crown, it is very important to visit a dentist as soon as you can, because unprotected teeth can lead to further damage, pain and infection.

Q: I Have Swelling Next To My Tooth

Swelling in your gums and mouth can be a sign that you are suffering from an infection. If redness and pain are also present, it is recommended you visit your dentist for an emergency appointment for immediate assistance. Any untreated swelling can become larger, causing more pain and discomfort, as the infection spreads through your mouth.

If you are experiencing any pain, discomfort or swelling in your mouth, please do not hesitate to call us today to arrange your emergency appointment.

Dental Emergency Form

By Dr Faresh Desai

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