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Crescent Lodge Dental Practice Clapham

Emergency Dentist Treatment – Tooth Ache

There are a number of reasons that toothache can occur, such as damaged fillings, infected gums or teeth grinding. But no matter the cause it is painful and unpleasant to suffer with. If you are experiencing severe pain in your teeth and jaw, book an appointment with our emergency dentist in London today, and one of our skilled dentists will be able to find the cause of the problem and provide you with the best toothache treatment and pain relief.

If you require an emergency dentist in London, get in touch with our friendly team as soon as possible and call 020 7622 5333 or visit our contact page to book.

*Enquires made on a Saturday will be subject to a maximum 24 hours response time.
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Causes of toothache

There are a number of reasons why you may be experiencing toothache. This can include tooth decay, a dental abscess, a damaged tooth, broken fillings, infections or problems with your braces. Whatever the reason, our emergency dentists in London can help you diagnose the cause of your tooth pain and provide the right treatments, as well as issue antibiotics and painkiller prescriptions if necessary. As well as pain in the tooth and jaw, toothache can also cause headaches, fever symptoms, swelling around the gums and a bad taste in your mouth. It’s important to book an emergency dentist appointment in London as soon as possible to avoid your symptoms getting worse.

When to book an appointment with an emergency dentist in London

You should book an appointment with a London emergency dentist if you are experiencing severe tooth pain to avoid the problem worsening over time. Our team of highly skilled dentists will provide you with the treatment necessary to relieve your pain and we can provide you with advice on preventing toothache in the future.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are a number of reasons why you might be experiencing tooth ache. Some examples include; a cracked or broken tooth, a dental abscess, a broken filling or infection.

If the toothache is persistent and cannot be remedied with over-the-counter painkillers, its time to visit one of our London emergency dentists.

Our emergency dentist will first identify the cause of your tooth ache, using a digital x-ray or scanner to aid diagnosis as necessary. Depending on the cause we may perform a root canal dressing, replace a filling, fit a temporary restorations and issue of antibiotics or painkiller prescription.

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