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Emergency Dental Care

Treatment Summary

From £75

Tooth Ache

Broken Crowns

Chipped Teeth

Broken fillings

Dislodged or loosened teeth after facial trauma

At Almas Dental, we offer comprehensive emergency dental care for patients of all ages. If you require an emergency dental treatment, you should ask to see a dentist as soon as possible. At our practice we offer a same day service for all dental emergencies.

We can take care of your injuries to ensure you heal quicker and more effectively, so you avoid additional dental problems in the future. If you or a family member are experiencing one of the following dental emergencies we recommend giving us a call.

Emergency Dental Care in London

From severe toothaches to knocked-out teeth caused by accidents, dental emergencies are unexpected and require immediate care. An emergency dentist can offer quick relief and treatment for sudden and acute dental problems. Your first point of contact should be your family dentist. Most dental practices, including Almás Dentistry & Aesthetics, provide emergency appointments for their patients. You can dial the NHS 111 hotline to locate one if you do not have a dentist. In cases of severe trauma, such as jaw fractures or infections, you should visit the accident and emergency department at your nearest hospital. If you find yourself or a loved one in need of emergency dental care in the London, Cricklewood area, give us a call. We do our best to accommodate walk-ins.

Safe & Swift Care From Our London Emergency Dentist

At Almás Dentistry & Aesthetics, we offer comprehensive emergency dental care for patients of all ages. If you need emergency dental treatment, see your dentist as soon as possible. At our practice, we offer same-day service for all dental emergencies. We can take care of your injuries to ensure you heal quickly and effectively so you avoid additional dental problems in the future. If you or a family member are experiencing one of the following emergencies, we recommend giving our emergency dentist a call:

  • Severe toothache or tooth pain
  • Chipped or broken teeth
  • A lost or broken filling or crown
  • Broken dentures
  • Knocked-out teeth
  • Gum or tooth injury
  • Wisdom tooth pain
  • Root canal treatment
  • Excessive bleeding post-extraction
  • Swelling or infection causing pain or difficulty swallowing

Wisdom Teeth Extractions, Root Canals, & Other Urgent Care

Oral surgery is a dental specialty provided by our emergency dentist in London. Oral surgery requires additional training to perform surgical procedures with care, helping patients use their teeth and mouths again. There are several reasons teeth may need to be extracted: decay, fracture, preparation for braces, gum disease, or an impacted wisdom tooth. Whether you need an extraction due to wisdom tooth pain or root canal treatment, you can rely on our team for urgent care.

Depending on the severity of your issue, we provide anaesthesia and sedation for anxious patients. It is vital to get the advice of a dental expert if you are worried about your teeth. Do not attempt to pull out your own tooth at home, as this could cause more serious problems. Dentists have the specialised equipment and sterile environment to perform these procedures with the utmost care for a speedy recovery. In the case of wisdom teeth extractions, you may have minor swelling and discomfort after the procedure that can be eased with over-the-counter medications.

What Should You Expect Post-Emergency Treatment?

After receiving emergency dental care at our London practice, you may experience some soreness or discomfort. This is normal and may be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers. If an infection is present, we may also prescribe antibiotics. Post-treatment instructions should be followed for a smooth recovery. Give your body a chance to rest and recover by avoiding strenuous activities for at least a few days. It may be necessary to stick to soft foods and avoid chewing directly on the treated area. Depending on your procedure, you may want to steer clear of hot and cold beverages to avoid sensitivity. Oral hygiene remains essential, but be gentle around the affected area to avoid irritation. Keep any follow-up appointments and complete recommended treatments to ensure proper healing.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are your teeth less than their pearly best? Common causes for teeth discolouration include:

  • Age – The outer tooth enamel layer gets thinner from brushing as we age. This reveals the natural yellow colour of the dentin beneath.
  • Diet – Regularly consuming highly pigmented foods and drinks, such as coffee, tea, red wine, fruits, and sauces, can stain your teeth over time.
  • Tobacco – Smoking and chewing tobacco can cause significant yellowing or brownish stains on your teeth.
  • Medications – Certain antibiotics, antihistamines, and high blood pressure medications can contribute to tooth discolouration.
  • Genetics – Some individuals naturally have thicker or brighter tooth enamel, while others may be more prone to yellowing or staining.
  • Trauma or Disease – Damage to teeth or underlying disease may affect enamel development in young children or cause discolouration in adults.

Professional teeth whitening can provide visible results in a single session, while at-home whitening kits are typically less potent and take longer to achieve results. While at-home whitening kits may be more convenient and cost-effective, they may cause uneven whitening results or irritation to your gums and teeth. Visiting our team for teeth whitening ensures protective measures are taken for your safety.

While this is a common patient concern, professional teeth whitening is generally safe and does not damage tooth enamel. Our bleaching agents are carefully formulated to ensure they modify tooth colour without eroding the enamel. However, overuse or improper application can lead to enamel degradation over time. Follow your dentist’s guidance to avoid damage and ensure long-lasting results.

Professional teeth whitening is safe for most of our London-area patients, but some may experience minor sensitivity and discomfort. This doesn’t mean people with sensitive teeth should avoid treatment. We can tailor the bleaching agent concentrations to minimise patient discomfort. Using sensitive toothpaste after the procedure can help alleviate symptoms. Contact us today to schedule a consultation to see if our professional teeth whitening treatments are a suitable option for you.

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