Dental Emergencies

Dental Emergencies

At Redenham Park Dental Practice, our dentists are always ready to help during an emergency. We understand tooth pain can be the worst pain, disrupting your sleep, work and eating. At Redenham Dental, we understand how important it is to get the problem resolved as quickly as possible and restore it to a state of function and comfort. Our dentists will do everything possible to help you resolve your problem as quickly and with as little inconvenience as possible.

Some of our dental emergencies include the following:

  • Severe toothache.
  • Wisdom tooth pain.
  • Chipped and broken teeth.
  • Broken crowns, bridges or veneers.
  • Dental abscess.
  • Dental injury.
  • Gum infection.

Please find more information in our Child Brochure and Adult Brochure.

Why Choose Us?

At Redenham Park Dental Practice, we handle every dental emergency promptly and the necessary treatment is provided without any delay.

Our expert dentists handle every emergency case uniquely. Once the patient has been assessed, the dentist will consider the findings and a treatment plan will be discussed.

Frequently Asked Questions

We cater to the demands of all clients, regardless of whether or not they are registered with us. We have designated time slots in our dentists’ diaries for same-day emergency appointments and will see all patients who require immediate care, even if they are not members of our system.

A dental emergency is characterized by sudden swelling, pain, and a huge amount of discomfort. On a general note, when you discover that you couldn’t help yourself, it is important that you understand that oral health problems rarely fix themselves and don’t just go away quickly. If you have swelling, knots, or bulges on your gums, that may also need urgent attention.

When you find yourself in such a situation as this, you should immediately go to your emergency dentist, and avoid touching the tooth. Gently hold the crown of the tooth and carefully rinse it in water so as to prevent further damage to the root. You need to protect the root by ensuring you keep the tooth intact, so don’t try to scrub it.
If it’s possible, gently try to insert the root back in the socket, but if this is not what you can do, just put the tooth in a cup of milk or water to keep it wet.

Get In Touch

Finance available

Our practice offers a finance option for all specialists and extensive courses of treatment. Interest-free options are available between 6 and 12 months. For more information, click below or call us on 01264 771114.

Membership Plan

We provide a practice care plan membership that may help you pay for the cost of your dental treatments. Our plan includes your routine dental examination, hygiene sessions, x-rays and emergency appointments. A good method to budget for the expense of your regular dental treatment.