On average, most people get away with visiting the dentist about twice a year. But sometimes life is beyond our control, and sometimes this means an unexpected visit to the emergency dentist in Bournemouth.
Be it from getting too excited and running blindly ahead before tripping over and meeting the concrete, getting feisty in a competitive game of sport, or making your way through a bag of popcorn at the cinema when you come across that nasty kernel, you may suddenly find yourself with lacking part, or all, of your tooth. We understand that you can’t hang around for weeks, or even months, until your next scheduled check-up to get sorted.
So, to avoid an unnecessary, painful and inconvenient chunk of time trying to get on as normal with unsightly gaps in the teeth, you can call on the emergency dentist in Bournemouth. Once you’ve gathered yourself and can think clearly, we’ll take it from there.
Here at Queens Park Dental Team, we aim to see you the same day as the incident, however the sooner you can let us know, the sooner we can sort you out. Hannah will help you feel at ease, and do her best to give you the necessary treatment immediately. Before you have time to think about having to get used to the chip or arranging a memorial for your missing bit of tooth, it will be as if the accident never happened.
Prompt relief from pain
A more common cause that brings people to the emergency dentist in Bournemouth is underlying bacterial infection developing over time and building up to cause a painful sensation in the mouth. This can be from lack of regular oral hygiene, or from avoiding dental check-ups. When the tooth is exposed to bacteria it can get infected and become incredibly painful.
It’s best to face this as soon as possible, when you begin to experience minor toothache, so the dentist can prevent this. We will see you as soon as possible, but in the meantime over-the-counter medication can help calm the pain. Hannah is friendly, professional, and completely non-judgemental, and she will advise how to help the pain subside.