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Emergency Dentist Addiscombe

Emergency Dentist Addiscombe

Do you have a broken tooth, dental discomfort, or need an emergency dentist?

These difficulties often occur on weekends, holidays, or when you have a significant occasion while your regular dentist is closed. Schedule an immediate dental visit if it’s affecting your sleep or eating. Same-day service is our goal. We see pain sufferers within 24 hours, often the same day.  Even if you’ve never visited our dental practice before and need emergency treatment, we’ll try to assist.

Our staff knows how stressful dental pain can be and are here to help immediately. Prompt treatment for dental emergencies is often required in order to prevent the problem from worsening or dental infections from occurring.

Quick emergency dental care options before you see a dentist:

> Eliminate hot and cold meals and drinks
> Use over-the-counter medicines to reduce discomfort and swelling
> Apply clove oil to cotton wool and place it against the affected tooth.


Book emergency dental treatment here:

New and current dental patients may call our 24/7 emergency cell 07891 578 648 for free help.

Our dentist provides an emergency call-out service to give pain relief and emergency treatment.

The best emergency dentists:

> Are experienced with a variety of dental issues
> Keep appointments available for emergency cases (or are even ready to come in specially, stay late and stay open during the weekend to see dental patients that are in need of support immediately).

We tick both of these boxes at Mayfield Dental.

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Call 07891 578 648 or email info@mayfield-dental.co.uk for emergency dental care.

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Recommendations on dental emergencies


Continuous, distressing soreness typically shows that a tooth could be dying or infected. Temporarily, over-the-counter painkillers as suggested by a pharmacist can certainly serve to help. It’s also extremely important to minimise any factors that may cause pain e.g. crunching hard foods and drinking hot as well as cold drinks in case this hurts. In all cases, it’s advised to have your teeth checked as soon as possible.

Inflamed face

This situation is typically brought about as a result of dental infection and dental treatment will probably be called for. Get in touch with the clinic immediately. In the unusual case that a swelling within your mouth has actually become so large that it’s getting difficult to swallow or breathe properly, phone A&E.

Cracked tooth or dental filling

If the tooth is very painful, stay clear of eating really hot or cold types of foods plus eating on that side. Pain relief medicine may possibly relieve the symptoms. Call the surgery in order to have the tooth assessed without delay as this may escalate the risk of more injury to your tooth and also quite possibly the nerve inside.

My crown/bridge has fallen out

The tooth may become sensitive to temperature therefore, stay away from extremely hot as well as cold beverages. Avoid eating on that side so trapped food doesn’t result in discomfort. Try to keep the crown/bridge safe and bring it along to your dentist. It may need to be recemented to prevent additional harm to the underlying tooth together with your dental nerve.

Bleeding following a dental extraction

Make certain you are observing all post-operative advice. Stay away from physical exertion. Employ constant pressure (10-15 mins) to the wound with the materials your dental practitioner has provided, or maybe a hygienic segment of natural cotton.

Pain after an extraction

A small amount of pain and even swelling after a tooth extraction will normally be handled using over-the-counter pain relievers (ibuprofen/paracetamol). An ice bag placed on your face over the area may likely help. Make certain you refrain from smoking. In the event that you experience uncommonly acute discomfort not helped by these measures, or which continues after a few days, please speak to us.

Cracked dentures

Broken dentures can normally be restored and we have arrangements with local laboratories to have this completed as rapidly as possible. In some cases, it is necessary to take an impression of your mouth so that the broken parts may be accurately positioned.

Tooth knocked out

The tooth needs to be reimplanted as soon as possible. Immediately get in touch with our practice for an emergency dental appointment. Refrain from touching the dental root in order to protect against microscopic damage to where the bone connects. In the event that the tooth is visibly contaminated, wash it delicately using water however, do not scrub. If possible, put the tooth back within the socket and keep it there until you see us. In the case that this is challenging, keep your tooth in cold milk.

Tooth pushed out of position

Attempt to slowly reposition your tooth using extremely gentle finger pressure. Refrain from consuming food and consult with our practice.

Wisdom tooth soreness or infection

Our team can assess your wisdom tooth/teeth, arrange for a X-ray and have our oral surgeon extract it with very little wait times.

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    43 Mayfield Road
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    Surrey, CR2 0BG

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