Emergency Dental care

Emergency Dental care

Quick Solutions for Sudden Oral Health Issues

We provide prompt relief for unexpected dental problems such as severe toothaches, a broken tooth, or sudden swelling. Emergency dental care ensures quick assessment, diagnosis, and treatment to alleviate discomfort and prevent further complications.Our dentist can advise you what steps to take to protect your teeth and gums whilst waiting for a dental treatment


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FAQS About Emergency Dental care
Emergency dental care involves providing immediate treatment for dental issues that require urgent attention to relieve pain, prevent further complications, and save teeth from damage or loss.
Common dental emergencies include severe toothaches, knocked-out teeth, broken or chipped teeth, dental abscesses, dislodged fillings or crowns, and injuries to the mouth or jaw.
You should seek emergency dental care if you experience severe dental pain, have a knocked-out tooth, or suffer from any other dental injury that requires immediate attention.
Yes, a knocked-out tooth can often be saved if prompt action is taken. Rinse the tooth gently without touching the root, and try to place it back in its socket. If this is not possible, store the tooth in milk or saliva and see a dentist immediately.
If you have a severe toothache, rinse your mouth with warm water, floss gently to remove any debris, and apply a cold compress to the affected area. Avoid placing aspirin directly on the tooth, as it can cause tissue damage.
Yes, emergency dental care can often treat broken teeth or dental restorations such as crowns or fillings. The dentist will assess the damage and provide appropriate treatment to repair or replace the affected area.
While some dental emergencies may be unavoidable, maintaining good oral hygiene, wearing mouthguards during sports, avoiding chewing on hard objects, and visiting the dentist regularly for check-ups can help reduce the risk of dental emergencies.

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