Emergency Dental

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We offer same-day emergency dental treatments and related services

We will attempt to accommodate you as soon as possible for severe toothache, a chipped or broken tooth caused by an accident or injury, are traumatic moments that need urgent care. It is very important that you see a dentist immediately, even if the tooth is only slightly chipped. If you have knocked one tooth or several teeth, the sooner you are seen by a dental professional the better because, depending on the severity of the injury, there is a chance that the teeth could be re-implanted. You must keep the damaged tooth clean and avoid handling the root. In some cases, you may be able to put the tooth back into the socket by biting down on a clean paper towel for around 15-20 minutes. Otherwise, put an avulsed tooth or tooth part in the milk and keep it until you see your dentist.

In the case of a chipped tooth, your dentist may be able to smooth down the uneven edge and replace the missing part with a tooth-coloured filling. If you break a back molar then this may have to be replaced with a crown. In the event of emergency dental treatment, you should see a dentist as soon as possible. iCare Dental clinic offers the same day service for all dental emergencies from toothache to lost or broken crowns, chipped teeth and fillings to abscesses, trauma, avulsed tooth and a swollen face. We will take care of you and work to ensure you get the best emergency treatment. We can also help patients with white fillings this will enhance the appearance of your smile at iCare Dental, with tooth coloured fillings that are safe, affordable and virtually unnoticeable. Tooth cavities are extremely common and most people will need a filling at some point in their lives. Dentists have generally used silver amalgam fillings in the past, though these can be unattractive and easily visible when a person laughs or smiles. Wisdom teeth usually appear between ages 17 and 25 and do not always cause problems. Rinsing periodically with a teaspoonful of salt dissolved in warm water can reduce minor pain and swelling. However, if the pain is more severe, the tooth may have to be removed.