Please call our platform immediately and speak to one of our friendly team members. We will listen to your enquiry and best assess your next steps. We can also arrange an appointment as quickly and conveniently as possible for you.    

Our team has the training and expertise to respond to all types of situations in a calm and coordinated manner. We will assess your requirements, provide immediate pain relief and make sure you get appropriate advice and treatment. Your prompt pain relief, sense of relief, the trust and confidence in our treatment plan is of paramount importance to us.    Emergency dental care improves the chance of making a full recovery and lower the risks of further damage and complications. 

What are the most common Dental Emergency Treatments?  

● Toothaches or swellings  

● Knocked out tooth or teeth  

● Broken tooth or chipped tooth  

● Cracked tooth  

● Cracked crowns or bridges  

● Broken fillings  

● Wisdom teeth problems  

What should I do if I have a Dental Emergency?

Accidents can happen anytime and anywhere, so knowing what to do in a dental emergency and getting professional emergency dental care can reduce the impact of dental accidents on your overall health.  


   What should I do if I have an abscess and swelling?    

 Dental abscesses are pus-filled swellings caused by an infection inside a  tooth, infection of the gum or trauma to the tooth. They are usually painful, but not always. Rinse your mouth with warm salty water or over-the-counter antiseptic mouthwash. You can alleviate the pain by taking Ibuprofen or paracetamol.



What should I do if I fractured, cracked or chipped my tooth?  

Fractured teeth can usually be restored so you don’t need to panic. If   the tooth is sensitive or painful, avoid hot or cold foods and avoid   eating or biting on that side. Relieve the tooth from extremes of temperature and pressure. Painkillers such as Ibuprofen or Paracetamol may help. Pain-free treatment is usually available by   contacting us quickly. Delaying treatment may mean the tooth will be    unable to be saved.    


What If I Have Lost a Crown?  

Keep your crown safe so it may be re-cemented as soon as possible   to avoid damage or the need for root canal treatment. Avoid chewing or biting on that side. Contact us immediately.  

What If I have Knocked a Tooth Out?  

For permanent knocked-out tooth, the following should be done in  order to save the tooth but immediate action is required:  

For baby knocked-out tooth, do not attempt to replace it.  Re-implanting a knocked-out baby tooth could cause damage to the  developing adult tooth. Call usimmediatelyforemergencydentalcare  advice, so any trauma to the lips and gums and associated pain can   be managed.  

What should I do for soft tissue, lips or cheeks trauma and bleeding?  

The following should be done: 

● Apply a clean handkerchief to the wound and apply firm pressure for at least 10 minutes ● Apply a cold compress to relieve swelling and pain ● Use warm, salty water or antiseptic mouth rinse until the wound has healed to reduce the risk of infection  


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