Emergency Dentist in Wolverhampton
Looking for an emergency dentist in Wolverhampton or the surrounding areas? If you have a dental emergency, please contact us. You can call or email. We will always try to see a patient in pain during practice hours, where possible.
Dental emergencies present in many ways, such as, toothache, swellings, abscesses and bleeding.
Most importantly, help us to help you. Firstly, tell us the problem so that the emergency dentist can help you, and so we can arrange an appointment for you. In most instances, we can provide immediate pain and symptom relief.
Don't suffer in silence, contact us, the Wolverhampton emergency dentist service, so that we can help.
- New Patients and visitors are welcome.
- Firstly, we are sympathetic and caring to our patients.
- Secondly, we listen to you.
- Thirdly, we appreciate our patients have busy lives as we do too!
- The practice is a private, comfortable and relaxing environment.
- We treat pain, toothache, abscess and broken teeth. Re-cementation of a crown, bridge or veneer is available.
- The emergency dentist can refix bridges and make veneers/crowns in one visit so that your smile is maintained.
- Same day emergency tooth extractions are provided to rid you of the problem
- We can begin root canal treatment thus addressing your acute pain.
- Do you have a broken denture or dental appliance? In this case, emergency dentists Wolverhampton can help!
Emergency Dentist During Surgery Hours
We offer walk-in dental emergency appointments during normal surgery hours. Our emergency appointment fee is £62-50, in addition to the cost of any treatment you may have. You can find the cost of our treatments on the Wolverhampton emergency dentist fees page.
Out Of Hours Emergency Dentist
Outside of surgery hours, a call or email to our practice will give you further advice. As a result, one of the emergency dentists Wolverhampton team will be able to contact you. Call out fees start from £150 plus the treatment. However, you must discuss the fees with a receptionist or dentist.
If you require emergency treatment outside surgery hours, and we do not have an emergency dentist available, please call NHS Direct on 111.
Emergency Dental Care - What should I do?
Call or email to arrange an appointment with the emergency dentists Wolverhampton team as soon as you can.
What should you do if you need an emergency dentist?
Contact us, the Wolverhampton emergency dentist immediately, therefore, we can arrange your emergency appointment as quickly as we can.
What should I do to cure a tooth ache?
If you are suffering from a painful tooth ache, something is wrong and needs to be looked at. Consequently, contact an emergency dentist in Wolverhampton straight away. Painkillers such as Ibuprofen or Paracetamol will help, however, do not exceed the maximum dose.
What should I do if I have a swelling?
An infection can lead to a dental swelling or abscess. Contact an Emergency Dentist in Wolverhampton immediately to receive treatment or antibiotics if the symptoms are systemic.
What should I do if I have fractured my tooth?
Most importantly, don't panic. The emergency dentist Wolverhampton can usually repair fractured teeth. If the tooth is painful, avoid hot or cold foods and avoid eating or biting on that side. Painkillers may help, but do not exceed the maximum dose. Pain-free treatment is usually available by contacting the Wolverhampton emergency dentist early.
What if I have lost a crown?
Keep your crown safe as crowns can be re-cemented to avoid further damage. Contact the emergency dentist in Wolverhampton immediately.
What if I have knocked a tooth out?
The tooth needs to be re-implanted into its socket immediately unless its a baby tooth. Feel free to call the emergency dentist in Wolverhampton for advice.
Most importantly, do not handle tooth root too much to protect the fibres around the root surface. Pick up the tooth only by the white part (the crown). If the tooth is dirty, then quickly (less than 10 seconds) rinse it in clean water.
For adults, if possible, place the tooth back into the socket and splint in place with silver foil. If you cannot place the tooth back into the socket, then do not place the tooth in water. Instead, place the tooth in cold milk or on one side of your mouth between your teeth and cheeks.
For children, do not try to replace the tooth as they may swallow it. Instead, place it in a cup of milk.
Either way, contact the Emergency Dentist Wolverhampton immediately.
What if I have broken my denture?
Firstly, do not glue them together yourself as consequently, this makes a repair very hard. Secondly, contact the emergency dentist to arrange the repair.
Infected and diseased teeth
To treat the infection in the root, the bugs will need removal. Your Emergency Dentist Wolverhampton will provide guidance on the best possible solution. Often, removing the tooth or trying to save it with root canal treatment are the only options. Both these treatments can be provided as an emergency dental treatment.
Emergency Dentists Wolverhampton Aftercare
It's important to look after your teeth when recovering from emergency dental treatment.
- Take the pain relief and medication that you have been advised.
- Avoid hard foods.
- Ensure you clean your teeth
- Try to avoid sugary food
- If you smoke, stop smoking, Click the link for stopping smoking tips.
Emergency Dentist Fees & Costs
Our same day emergency fee during office hours is £62.50 in addition to the normal practice fees for any treatments provided.