Emergency Dental Care - What Can We Help With?
- Tooth abscesses
- Broken or chipped teeth
- Wisdom tooth pain
- Gum infections
- Broken crowns, bridges or veneers
- Broken dentures
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If you require emergency care out of hours please email the practice at email@example.com and we will contact you asap with advice and get you booked in to treat the problem.
Common questions and answers about dental emergencies:
- What is generally considered a dental emergency?
Help alleviating dental pain, stopping bleeding or after suffering tooth trauma are all considered dental emergencies. Additionally, if you have a severe dental infection - especially with swelling visible from outside the mouth - this can be deemed to be life threatening and you will need to urgently contact a dentist.
- When is toothache an emergency?
If the toothache has lasted a few days, is getting progressivly worse, you have a temperature, swelling or pain on biting, you should contact your dentist for an appointment urgently.
- Will I have to pay for emergency dental treatment?
Yes there will be a charge for a emergency appointment at Londent Oral Care. Prices start at £80.