EMERGENCY HELPLINE

Emergency dentist Bramhall

If you are after expert same-day emergency dental treatment in Bramhall, you’ve come to the right place. Give us a call on 0161 768 2029.

What is regarded as a Dental Emergency?

It’s crucial to understand what types of dental pains require emergency dental treatment. This way you ensure yourself, your friends and your family avoid any unnecessary journeys to the emergency room. Dental accidents can happen all the time. You might have recently got a filling done and one way or another it might have caused swelling or might indicate an infection to the tooth or gums. You might have cracked a tooth, due to biting down on hard foods, and physical sports such as rugby or martial arts. Accidents like these might call for the help of your local emergency dentist Bramhall. Below is a list of dental emergencies.

  • Severe bleeding after a tooth has been pulled out or extracted
  • Adult teeth or a permanent tooth being knocked out
  • Unbearable toothache
  • Swelling that may indicate an infected tooth or gums
  • Swelling of the gum, mouth or face that doesn’t seem to be getting any better
  • Oral pain that cannot be controlled with over-the-counter painkillers

Steps to take if you knocked out your tooth?dental_emergency_man_in_pain

Make sure to contact your local emergency Bramhall dentist as soon as possible as it’s very likely that we can return it back into its original socket. Make sure you take immediate action as you don’t want to wait around. The sooner you contact the dentist the best chance you have of saving that tooth. Below are the steps that you need to take.

  • Locate the broken tooth
  • clean off any dirt or contamination on the tooth
  • Hold it by the crown and try to put it back into position. This should only be one for adult teeth, NOT for baby teeth
  • Bite down on a tissue or something similar (handkerchief) to hold the tooth in place
  • Call 0161 768 2029 and mention that it’s a dental emergency that requires attention

Infections, abscesses or swellings

Usually, swelling is caused by an infection which might be a slight infection in your teeth or gum tissue, or there might be a more dangerous large abscess that has to be immediately drained. If you feel a swelling that is quite tender and warm to the touch, call our emergency helpline immediately and come in so that you can be accurately diagnosed. Our experts will check your teeth and gums thoroughly and apply the appropriate treatment or prescribe the necessary medication.

How can we help with your dental pain?

Our team of experienced Bramhall dental professionals is there to carry out all our emergency dental care procedures. Our emergency appointment helpline is there to make it simple for you to book an emergency appointment. Place a call on 0161 768 2029. Alternatively, feel free to walk into the practice, and we will aim to get to you as soon as possible.

We aim to treat everyone who is experiencing emergency dental issues. It is not necessary for you to be an existing patient at our practice to book an appointment. Our goal is to make our dental care outstanding.

Emergency dentist Bramhal price

Dental emergency appointments will cost you £25 per appointment. To book the earliest slot available give us a call on 0161 768 2029.

Emergency Appointment £25

 

Other areas we service

Below are nearby areas where we can provide our emergency dental treatments.

Need immediate Emergency dental treatment?

If the pain is unbearable we suggest calling your local Bramhall dentist on 0161 768 2029, so that we can help find a time during the day that you can come in for your treatment.

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    Emergency dentist Bramhall

    Dental emergencies don’t wait until a convenient time for you to erupt, so it is essential to have access to professional advice as soon as it happens. Whether you experience sudden pain in your teeth or jaw, or you suffer an accident or injury affecting your teeth, mouth or face, it is essential that you seek urgent emergency advice.silver_jubilee_bridge_Manchester

    Often, the sooner you can be seen by a dentist, the more they can do to save your tooth, reduce the impact of an accident or injury or simply alleviate what can be excruciating pain.

    Emergency Dentist Cheadle offers its services as an emergency dentist Manchester wide, taking in a wide geographical area. Just call the emergency phone line to seek immediate advice and arrange your appointment as soon as possible – usually within 24 hours.

    The talented team has access to the most advanced dental equipment and technology to enable them to work out what’s wrong, ease pain and set about fixing or patching up broken teeth. Once the immediate emergency has been dealt with, they will work with you to come up with a longer-term plan, with ongoing appointments and consultations as required.

    Looking for an emergency dental appointment?

    If you are looking for an emergency dentist in Manchester, it is wise to go to a practice that combines reassuring professionalism with a compassionate, calm approach.

    Emergency Dentist Cheadle will see adults and children with an urgent dental emergency, as well as arrange appointments for general dentistry, orthodontics and cosmetic procedures, including dental implants, veneers, fillings and braces.

    Patients receive excellent care during and after the appointment to ensure that their teeth, gums and mouth can return to normal as quickly as possible.

    What is regarded as a dental emergency?

    Basically, a dental emergency is any situation that requires immediate treatment to save a tooth, stop any bleeding, ease severe dental pain or attend to damage caused by an accident or injury.

    This includes dealing with abscesses, which can cause the patient extreme discomfort and lead to life-threatening health problems if left untreated.dentist_in_Manchester

    Emergency dentists will normally see people living in the local area or areas covered, as well as those visiting from elsewhere. They may only need to see you once to fix the problem, or you may need to return for follow-up appointments or dental surgery.

    You may be referred to a private or NHS dental hospital, or to another specialist if the problems are not fixable straight away.

    If you knock out a tooth completely, this is certainly considered a dental emergency. If this happens to you, avoid touching the root of the tooth as you rinse it gently to remove any debris.

    If you can, place the tooth back in its socket inside your gum and bite down gently to hold it in place. If this is not possible, put it in a cup of milk to bring to the surgery.

    Call ahead to ensure that you can be seen urgently, as the quicker you can start treatment, the more likely it will be that your tooth can be saved.

    If you crack or fracture your tooth, assess how serious it is. Minor chips or cracks can wait until you can get a regular appointment with your dentist.

    Larger cracks, however, or any that cause severe pain or excessive bleeding should be seen straight away. Try to avoid taking any painkillers before you are seen.

    Finally, tissue injuries fall under the category of a dental emergency if, during a fall, for example, a tooth or an external object has punctured or split your lips, cheek, mouth or tongue. Get to an emergency dentist as quickly as possible to alleviate the pain and prevent further damage.

    Dental Emergency Costs

    Do emergency appointments cost more?

    Many people ask, ‘do emergency dentists cost more?’ This varies across regions, and can also depend on the severity and timing of your emergency.cheadle_emergency_dentist_appointment

    Sometimes, it can cost more to be seen by a dentist with whom you are not registered, so it is well worth asking your own dentist what they can offer in terms of emergency treatment and access to rapidly available advice and support. Ask your dentist for a list of prices, which should include emergency treatment fees and any repayment options that are available to help you meet the costs.

    Is severe toothache an emergency?

    Pain of any kind is the body’s way of alerting us to the fact that something is wrong. If you are experiencing severe tooth pain after an accident or injury to the face it is certainly worth contacting an emergency dentist to seek urgent advice on what to do next.

    If the pain comes on suddenly for no reason, or worsens significantly, again, calling an emergency dentist is the right thing to do. This also applies if you suddenly feel extreme sensitivity to heat or cold when breasting in or consuming food or drink. Again, seek advice from your dentist and act accordingly.

    If you are unsure whether your case really is a dental emergency or not, call the Emergency dentist Cheadle emergency phone line and seek advice.

    A team member will be able to tell you whether you need to arrange an emergency appointment or whether your case can wait until a standard appointment timeslot is available.

    Areas we serve in Manchester

    If you are looking for a private or NHS-registered dentist near Manchester, Emergency dentist Cheadle is well worth a call. We offer emergency dental care, and general dentistry in Altrincham, Crewe, Macclesfield, Manchester, Northwich, Warrington and other parts of Greater Manchester and Cheshire.

    Emergency dentist Salford

    Anyone requiring an emergency dentist in Salford is encouraged to get in contact with Emergency dentist Cheadle. The friendly, expert team can cater for emergencies in adults and children and offer a friendly, calm and professional approach to any and all dental problems. Keep the emergency phone line details nearby in case you even need to use them.

    Emergency dentist Manchester Ancoats

    Anyone requiring an emergency dentist in Salford is encouraged to get in contact with Emergency dentist Cheadle. The friendly, expert team can cater for emergencies in adults and children and offer a friendly, calm and professional approach to any and all dental problems. Keep the emergency phone line details nearby in case you even need to use them.

    Other areas we serve

    Here is a list of other areas we serve in Manchester

    Book an emergency appointment today

    Hopefully, you will never need to call an emergency dentist for yourself or your loved ones, but if you do, Emergency dentist Cheadle is standing by, ready to help. Contact the on-call emergency dentists there via the dedicated phone line, or go online for expert advice.

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