Broken or Chipped Tooth & Dentures

in Manchester & Cheshire

An initial diagnosis will be carried out to determine your dental emergency and we will provide you with treatment options.

Is your tooth fractured, chipped or broken?
You’ll need to see a dentist as soon as possible. Otherwise, without immediate treatment, your tooth would become infected or risk becoming damaged further. An untreated tooth can lead to tooth sensitivity, decay and a possibility of losing the tooth.

What can we do?
We have options available in repairing and replacing damaged or lost teeth. If you have chipped or broken off a small piece of tooth enamel, we may be able to repair the damage with a filling on the same day.

Broken or damaged your dentures?
We understand the importance of dentures breaking, becoming damaged or lost over time. We will assess your denture and evaluate the damage to determine if a repair is possible. If we can, we will try to repair the damage. However, if it isn’t repairable or lost then new dentures can be custom made. We are happy to discuss the options available to you.

Have you suffered a dental trauma?
Dental trauma is the physical injury to the teeth, gums, or the bone that holds the tooth socket. Dental trauma can happen to anyone at any time. This can be due to a sports injury or if you’re involved in an accident, immediate treatment is recommended to get the treatment you need straight away as this will provide you with a better chance of dental recovery.

Emergency Appointments Available
Book today at one of our practices

Book an emergency appointment at one of our practices today. We will confirm your booking slot within the hour, our emergency consultation fee is £45.

Hale Bowdon Dental Practice
118 Ashley Road
Hale, Altrincham
WA14 2UN

Peel Green Dental Practice
419 Liverpool Road
M30 7HD

Professional & Experienced Team

Caring for Anxious Patients

Our qualified dental team will ensure that you’re well cared for by alleviating your anxieties and concerns, as we understand that delayed treatment will result in long term dental problems.

Patients that are scared or anxious may delay or avoid seeing the dentist, this results in poor oral health. Regular appointments are essential in maintaining and improving your oral health, especially if you want to avoid costly procedures and treatments in the future.

Other Treatments we Offer

Are you experiencing dental pain?
We can help, by arranging a dental appointment today.