Book Your Emergency Dental Appointment Now
If you’re experiencing dental pain and need to be given treatment quickly please contact: 020 8657 1291.
If you require urgent care outside ordinary opening hours, you should call 07891 578 648 (call out charges are applicable) alternatively, you can phone 111 (NHS direct).
Are you suffering with a cracked tooth, intolerable pain or an urgent need to consult an emergency dental practitioner?
We recognise just how annoying this can be and therefore strive to relieve patients of any dental pain or unpleasantness quickly.
A dental infection can spread relatively quickly, so swift action can prevent problems from occurring.
Commonly, these kinds of issues develop during the weekend, on a holiday or perhaps when you have a social event when your local dental practitioner is not open. If your issue is impacting your sleep or giving you trouble while eating, why not arrange an emergency dental visit right now? We will make every effort to treat you immediately.
We offer urgent appointments to our patients who are in pain usually within 24 hours – frequently on the same day, whenever possible.
Even in cases where you have not been treated at our dental practice in the past, and are in need of emergency dental treatment, we will do whatever we can to help you.
Fast and reliable remedies for urgent dental issues:
> Eliminate extremely hot or cold meals and drinks
> Use non-prescription pain relievers to minimise pain and swelling
> Apply a little clove oil onto some cotton wool in order to apply it close to the problem tooth
Free immediate assistance is provided on our 24/7, out-of-hours emergency mobile 07891 578 648 to both new and active patients.
In the event that the matter is clearly urgent then we offer an emergency call-out service to provide pain relief as well as emergency treatment.
We are located in Sanderstead, South Croydon which is easy to reach from Farleigh.
How to find the ideal dental professional for your urgent dental treatment near Farleigh.
The best dentists for urgent situations:
- Are highly-qualified
- Have a great deal of practical experience caring for patients suffering from a wide-range of urgent dental care issues
- Always keep emergency appointments open for these sorts of cases (or are willing to come in especially, work late and even open at the weekend in order to take care of dental patients that are in need of support immediately).
At Mayfield Dental, we tick all of these boxes.
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For quick emergency dental care, please get in touch with Mayfield Dental on: 07891 578 648 or e-mail: email@example.com.
General Guidance for Dental Emergencies
Continuous, severe pain might be a sign of a decaying or infected tooth. Utilise over-the-counter pain relief and steer clear of triggers like hard foods or extreme temperature beverages. Prioritise a dental appointment at the earliest opportunity.
Infections can cause swelling in the face, necessitating treatment. Contact the dental practice without delay. If the swelling hinders your ability to breathe or swallow, seek help at A&E.
Damaged tooth or filling
If the tooth is causing pain, avoid temperature-sensitive foods and chewing on that side. Over-the-counter painkillers can help. Arrange a dental check-up promptly to avoid further complications.
Keep away from temperature-sensitive drinks and chewing on the affected side. Preserve the crown/bridge for your dentist to reattach.
Follow aftercare instructions, refrain from physical exertion, and apply constant pressure to the wound with gauze or a clean cotton pad.
Alleviate pain and swelling using over-the-counter pain relief and cold compresses. Refrain from smoking. If severe pain continues, contact your dental practice.
We can organise rapid repairs via local laboratories. Dental impressions might be needed for accurate reconstruction.
Immediately seek an emergency dental appointment. Gently rinse the tooth without touching the root, try reinserting it into the socket, or store it in iced milk.
Carefully reposition the tooth applying minimal finger pressure. Refrain from eating and contact your dental practice as soon as possible.
Wisdom tooth pain or infection
Our dental team can assess your wisdom teeth, organise an X-ray, and facilitate a swift extraction by our oral surgeon with minimal waiting times.
Don’t let a dental emergency disrupt your daily life. If you require immediate dental attention, contact us on 020 8657 1291 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Our team of professionals in Croydon is dedicated to providing prompt and efficient solutions for your emergency dental concerns, allowing you to return to your normal routine as soon as possible.