During a dental emergency, a quick phone call means a quicker appointment and less time you will be in unnecessary pain. Our emergency dentist in Bournemouth always advises that the sooner you call, the sooner we can help. A dental emergency can be a painful, frightening experience and one you will want rectified as quickly and efficiently as possible.
What is a dental emergency?
A dental emergency can come in many forms and an Bournemouth emergency dentist such as ours at Queen’s Park Dental Team is experienced and focussed on locating and getting rid of any pain or applying a solution to whatever the emergency may be.
A dental emergency can be the unrelenting pain of an abscess or tooth decay. Sometimes this has occurred because you have put off attending a dentist in the first place. Our emergency dentist in Bournemouth is skilled as well as being caring, sympathetic and reassuring. With the use of modern technology, local anaesthetic can numb the area without the pain of an initial injection.
A dental emergency may also have come about due to a sporting accident or a particularly bad front fall. With the nature of these dental emergencies, there comes the potential of a missing tooth, or two. If it is possible, then our emergency dentist in Bournemouth would suggest you try and find the missing teeth and either, if you are feeling bold, try and reinsert it into the socket (cleaning it first by using a bit of saliva) or if that seems an unlikely choice, place it in a clean container covered with some milk and bring it to the appointment with you where our emergency dentist will try and replace it for you. If the accident has involved a young child and their milk teeth have been knocked out, then we would advise you to bring these to the appointment and not to try and replace them yourself. Replacing them yourself could potentially harm the adult teeth beneath them.
Whatever the situation is, our emergency dentist in Bournemouth does not wish for anyone to endure the pain or anxiety of a dental emergency longer than necessary.