Same-day dental pain relief
Are you experiencing a toothache? We are here to help.
We will arrange a same-day appointment, so if you’re experiencing symptoms that require immediate pain relief we will:
- Alleviate the pain.
- Stop the bleeding.
- Provide Antibiotics (if required).
It’s important to get help and treatment as soon as possible to avoid any further dental complications as preventative care will help you to maintain the longevity of your teeth. If you’re experiencing any one of the above symptoms, please give us a call at Emergency Dentist Manchester, to help you today.
What causes toothache?
Toothache refers to pain that you experience in or around the teeth and jaw that usually is caused by cavities or tooth decay. Toothache is caused by many factors such as a cavity, cracked or chipped tooth, a worn or lost filling, or even due to gum disease. Sensitive teeth can also cause pain and discomfort, this is due to worn tooth enamel or exposed tooth roots.
So if you are experiencing:
- Sharp or dull pain.
- Intermittent or constant toothache.
These are all signs that your tooth is infected and you will require emergency dental treatment.
You need to see the dentist if you are experiencing the following:
- You have a toothache that lasts longer than 1 or 2 days.
- You have a fever, earache, or pain upon opening your mouth wide.
Pain relief is essential when you’re suffering from a toothache or an abscess. In some cases, you may need antibiotics which we can prescribe at the practice.
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.
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.
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Are you experiencing dental pain?
We can help, by arranging a dental appointment today.