Emergency Dentist Coulsdon
Dealing with a dental emergency in Coulsdon? Our dental practice is here to provide swift, efficient assistance. If you’re struggling with a severe toothache, facial swelling, or a broken tooth, our skilled team is committed to addressing your issues promptly. To arrange an emergency appointment, call us on 020 8657 1291.
For out-of-hours emergencies, please contact 07891 578 648 (call-out charges apply) or dial 111 for NHS Direct.
We understand that dental emergencies can be inconvenient and often occur during weekends, bank holidays, or social events when your regular dentist may be unavailable. Don’t let dental pain or discomfort interrupt your daily life – reach out to us without delay if you’re having trouble sleeping or eating due to a dental problem. We strive to see emergency patients within 24 hours or on the same day when possible.
Our practice welcomes both new and existing patients in need of emergency dental care. Consider these tips for temporary relief:
> Avoid extremely hot and cold foods and drinks
> Use over-the-counter painkillers to alleviate swelling
> Gently apply clove oil on a cotton ball and place it near the painful tooth
For instant advice, call our 24/7 emergency mobile number at 07891 578 648. In urgent situations, our dentist offers emergency call-outs for pain relief and treatment.
Our dental practice is conveniently located and easily accessible from Coulsdon.
For emergency dental care in the Coulsdon area, please call us on 07891 578 648 or email email@example.com.
At Mayfield Dental, we:
- Are highly-qualified
- Have a great deal of experience treating dental patients with a wide-range of emergency dental care problems
- Keep emergency appointments open for such situations (or are even willing to come in ahead of their normal schedule, stay late and stay open over the weekend to take care of individuals who need support quickly).
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For speedy emergency dental treatment, please phone Mayfield Dental on: 07891 578 648 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
General Tips for Dental Emergencies
Persistent, severe pain may indicate a dying or infected tooth. Use over-the-counter painkillers and avoid triggers such as hard foods or hot/cold drinks. Consult a dentist as soon as possible.
Infections often cause facial swelling, requiring treatment. Contact the practice immediately. If the swelling obstructs breathing or swallowing, visit A&E.
Broken tooth or filling
If painful, avoid hot/cold foods and chewing on the affected side. Painkillers may help. Schedule a dental assessment quickly to prevent further damage.
Crown/bridge has come off
Avoid hot/cold drinks and eating on the affected side. Preserve the crown/bridge and bring it to your dentist for re-cementing.
Bleeding after extraction
Follow post-operative advice, avoid physical activity, and apply constant pressure to the wound using gauze or clean cotton.
Pain after extraction
Manage pain and swelling with over-the-counter painkillers and ice packs. Avoid smoking. Contact the practice if severe pain persists.
We can arrange prompt repairs through local laboratories. Impressions may be necessary for accurate reassembly.
Tooth knocked out
Seek an emergency appointment immediately. Rinse the tooth gently without touching the root, reinsert it into the socket if possible, or keep it in iced milk.
Tooth pushed out of position
Gently reposition the tooth with light finger pressure. Avoid eating and contact the practice as soon as possible
Wisdom tooth pain or infection
Our team can assess your wisdom teeth, arrange for an X-ray, and have our oral surgeon provide a swift removal with minimal waiting times.
Don’t let a dental emergency disrupt your life. If you need immediate assistance, call us on 0208 657 1291 or email email@example.com. Our devoted team of professionals in Croydon is dedicated to providing rapid and effective relief for your urgent dental needs, ensuring that you can return to enjoying your daily activities as soon as possible.