Emergency Dentist

Emergency Dentist in London

Dental emergencies don’t have holidays, they can arise anytime.

Talk to our dentist immediately if you have severe pain in your mouth.

Are you suffering from broken, crooked, damaged or misshapen teeth problem? Have you lost a tooth or several teeth in an accident? Do you have unbearable pain in the mouth? Well, whatever may be your emergency dental problem, we will be happy to help.

We understand if there is severe pain in your teeth and you have to attend a personal gathering or a business meeting, waiting a day or more to see your dental practitioner is not at all a good option. Our emergency dentist will be there to help, anytime you approach them.

At our dental clinic, we offer various dentistry treatment such as bridges, crowns, root canal treatment, dental implants, teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, invisalign and many more. We are situated at Holborn, Central London.

Questions to ask your emergency dentist

What emergency treatment do you offer?

You want to be sure if your dentist provides emergency care. Check the experience and qualifications of the dental practitioner in different fields before choosing his service. Once our emergency dentist accesses your condition, ask in details about your treatment, if you will need to undergo surgery and if you have to take anesthesia. Other treatments for dental emergencies include tooth extractions and root canals. Ask your dentist how to reduce pain and how to best care for yourself after leaving your dentist’s chamber.

What do you expect during your first visit to the dentist?

During your first visit, the dentist will conduct a thorough examination of your mouth and teeth. This will include – X-rays and comprehensive risk assessments. After this, he will create a dental plan depending on your needs, present condition of your teeth and oral-health goals for a long term. This personalized plan consists of teeth cleaning, teeth restoration and preventive treatment. Usually patients receive teeth cleaning service at the first visit, based on the assessment done by the dentist.

How can you avoid dental emergency in future?

You will have to take proper care of your oral health to prevent dental emergency. For this, you should:

  • Brush your teeth after each meal and at least twice in a day
  • Floss your teeth once a day
  • Visit your dentist for routine checkups once every six months
  • Change your toothbrush after 2-3 months and immediately after you cure from severe disease

Why should you visit your dentist if you do not have pain?

This is a very good question. It does not necessarily mean that if you do not have teeth or mouth pain, you do not have any dental problems. Tooth decay and gum disease should be treated much ahead before they cause pain. Otherwise, the treatment will be more complicated, expensive, time consuming and the result will be less predictable. During the checkup, our dentist will check your teeth and gums carefully and advise you about any potential problems that may arise. If your teeth and gums are healthy, we will offer advice on how to keep them in good condition.

Are there unexpected finances?

There is every possibility that you weren’t expecting a broken tooth or damaged teeth and saving money to visit your visit during emergency. Call your dental surgeon for an appointment and ask about the cost of different services. Inquire about when they expect you to make the payment and how they will accept the money. Our dentist will offer customized payment plan that will suit the need of every person.

Book an appointment by dialing 0203 4752263 and consult our emergency dentist for your teeth and oral problems.

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