Emergency Dentist

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Emergency Dental Care

If you require an emergency dentist in Chelsea, west London, you can contact us and we will ensure that you are treated at the earliest possible opportunity. We anticipate that, for the majority of emergencies, this will mean on the same day.

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Outlined below are a few helpful guides to assist you when dealing with dental emergencies:

  • Broken Tooth / Lost Filling
    If you have a broken tooth or a lost filling, firstly - don’t panic! Usually these situations are only irritating to the tongue and a little sensitive. Keep the area as clean as you can and contact the practice at your earliest convenience.
  • Lost Crown
    If the tooth is not sensitive or unsightly, keep the crown in a safe place and contact us at your earliest convenience. If the tooth is sensitive or unsightly, you can get some temporary crown cement from your local chemist but please do not use any other glue-based materials, as this may prevent us from being able to re-cement the crown permanently.
  • Painful Wisdom Teeth
    Sometimes food gets trapped beneath the part of the gum that covers the wisdom tooth. This can cause swelling, pain and occasionally can prevent full opening of the mouth. In such cases, the best thing to do is to keep the area clean with a toothbrush and mouthwash. You may also need some painkillers – whatever you normally take for headaches should be suitable. If this does not resolve the problem, please contact the practice.
  • Damaged or Dislodged Teeth Due to Trauma
    If the tooth has been cracked or chipped but is not too painful, please do not be overly concerned. Contact us as soon as possible and we will be able to help. For more serious accidents, please visit the A&E department of your nearest hospital. Occasionally, it may be possible to save teeth that have been completely knocked out - the best chance of doing this is if the tooth is stored in either the person's mouth or in milk until you reach a dental professional. If you don’t have an emergency but still want to schedule an appointment for routine care, just call or contact us online.

And finally, the most common dental emergency: TOOTHACHE

Make sure your mouth is kept clean by rinsing it with warm water. If it’s swollen, place a cold compress on your cheek and use paracetamol or ibuprofen for the pain. However, never put aspirin or any other painkiller directly on the gum as this can cause burns and make the situation worse.

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