Emergency Service available
In an emergency you could:
- Be prescribed pain relief / antibiotics.
- Have a simple extraction.
- Have a temporary dressing / filling.
- Be given an advice.
- Be referred to specialist services.
When to Visit an Emergency Dentist
There are a variety of dental emergencies that may require you to visit an emergency dentist. If you experience any of the following conditions, it is important to seek emergency dental care as soon as possible:
- Severe Toothache: If you have a severe toothache that does not respond to over-the-counter medications, it is important to visit an emergency dentist. An emergency dentist will be able to assess the cause of the toothache and provide the necessary treatment to alleviate the pain.
- Broken or Knocked Out Tooth: If you have a broken or knocked out tooth, it is important to visit an emergency dentist as soon as possible. An emergency dentist can assess the damage and provide the necessary treatment to restore the tooth.
- Abscess: An abscess is a painful infection in the mouth. If you have an abscess, it is important to seek emergency dental care immediately to prevent the infection from spreading.
- Swelling: If you experience swelling of the face, jaw, or mouth, it is important to seek emergency dental care as soon as possible. An emergency dentist can assess the cause of the swelling and provide the necessary treatment.
Make an appointment
Dental Emergencies can cause a lot of stress and pain and we are here to help alleviate your concerns. If you have a dental emergency please call us and make an appointment to see your dentist as soon as possible.
What is considered a dental emergency?
A dental emergency is any situation involving the teeth or gums that requires immediate attention to prevent further damage or pain. Examples of dental emergencies include severe toothaches, broken or knocked out teeth, abscesses, and swelling.
What treatments can an emergency dentist provide?
An emergency dentist can provide a variety of treatments depending on the emergency. Treatments may include pain relief, antibiotics, extractions, temporary dressings or fillings, and referrals to specialist services.
How much does emergency dental care cost?
The cost of emergency dental care will vary depending on the type of treatment required. It is important to contact your dentist or an emergency dentist to discuss the cost of treatment and your available payment options.