What to do in a dental emergency
It’s important to act quickly in a dental emergency, please get in contact with us immediately.
For more information on common dental emergencies, please click here.
I have a sore tooth!
If you find yourself in pain with a sore tooth, it’s important to diagnose the cause of the problem. Painkillers may provide some temporary relief, but if the problem persists, it’s important to seek professional dental advice.
What happens if I have fractured or cracked my tooth?
If you have a fractured or cracked tooth don’t panic! There are a number of procedures to restore your natural tooth. Check here for more information on damaged or cracked teeth.
I've lost my crown!
You will want to keep the crown safe so that it can be re-attached. It’s important that this is done quickly to avoid root damage.
I've lost a tooth!
If you’ve lost a tooth, time is not on your side. Making it to a medical centre or dental surgery within 30 minutes can be the difference between keeping your natural tooth and requiring cosmetic tooth replacement. For more specific information on how to act if you’ve lost a tooth, click here.
My denture is broken, what do I do?
Fortunately, broken dentures can be repaired fairly easily. This doesn’t mean you should go ahead and glue them together yourself. Please get in contact with us immediately if you have broken a denture.
How should I look after my kids' teeth?
There are a number of steps you can take to protect your kids’ teeth. For information and tips on looking after your kids’ teeth, click here.