It’s normal for some people to have apprehension about visiting the dentist. Hannah and the Queens Park Dental Team understand that, for some people, visiting the dentist often falls to the bottom of the list. This can be due to absent mindedness but it’s also a result of putting off a visit due to anxiety. The trouble with this strategy is that it can often result in a trip to the emergency dentist in Bournemouth instead. We are pleased to offer this service to help people when they have acute dental trouble but we’d also like the opportunity to address issues with your teeth a long way before this point.
Having an emergency appointment can compound dental anxiety although we hope that, after an experience with the professional and friendly Queens Park Dental Team, you will want to visit again.
Who needs an emergency dentist in Bournemouth?
Let’s say that you have reached the point where you are having issues with your teeth. This can happen gradually or you can experience sudden pain. Some dental issues develop slowly over time but there is often a tipping point where the ache turns quickly to pain. If you find yourself in this situation then call the emergency dentist in Bournemouth as soon as possible. The earlier that you call us, the more likely we are to be able to see you on the same day. We want you to be pain-free as soon as possible, even if fixing the root cause of the problem is going to take more time.
Of course, even if you have regular dental visits, it’s still possible for you to require an emergency dentist in Bournemouth, like Hannah. If you have an accident at home, work or while playing sports, you can chip, crack or otherwise damage your tooth. If you think your tooth may be loose, try to keep it in place, if possible. If it is shattered or too painful to hold in place, get as much of it as you can in some milk. Do not place a lost tooth in water as this makes it less likely that we can save it. Call us straight away for further advice.