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    Dial Elmsleigh for emergency dental care

    We offer a same-day emergency service at our practice because we know dental problems rarely occur at convenient times. As one of our patients, you will be seen quickly, and your injury or pain dealt with effectively.

emergency_dentist-icn.svgIf you need emergency dental treatment, call our Welcome Team and ask to see a dentist as soon as possible. We can take care of your problems effectively and help you avoid future dental problems.

 

Our same-day service for you covers all dental emergencies, including:

  • Toothache
  • Lost or broken crowns
  • Chipped teeth
  • Lost or loose fillings
  • Abscesses
  • Trauma such as avulsed (knocked-out) teeth

If you have chipped or broken a tooth in an accident, the injury can be traumatic and painful. You should see a dentist as quickly as possible even if the chip seems slight.

Your dentist can often smooth down an uneven edge and replace missing parts with a tooth-coloured filling, ensuring you are not left with an unsightly gap or chip. Where a back molar has been broken, a crown may be the most appropriate replacement for your damaged tooth.

Call 01252 713797

Where you have knocked out a tooth or several teeth, make an emergency appointment immediately so your dentist can ascertain whether the missing teeth can be successfully replaced.

Call the Welcome Team on 01252 713797 when you have an urgent or emergency dental problem to ensure a speedy appointment can be made.

If you’re calling outside of clinic hours, our answerphone service provides an emergency number for one of our dentists who can promptly respond (emergency fees apply outside of clinic hours).

You don’t need to suffer unnecessarily. Our emergency dental service is on hand to help.

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