Emergency Dentistry

Here at London City Smiles we operate as an emergency dentist with the technical skill and expertise to deal with immediate situations, these can include traumas to the face and teeth area experienced in emergency dangerous situations.

Root Canal Treatment – Root canal treatments are done to clean the tooth’s root, and will also be necessary to remove the infected parts – so that the infection will not spread to other parts of the tooth.

Broken Braces – Damaged or broken braces can result from accidents or injuries, and will need to be seen to in the soonest possible time. We can help with the repair of broken braces, so that your orthodontic treatment can continue without any problems.

Dental Abscess – A dental abscess can be a very painful dental problem which needs to be treated immediately to prevent the infection from spreading to other parts of the oral cavity.

Dental Decay – Tooth decay can lead to further infections when it is not treated immediately, so it needs to be seen by the dentist in the soonest possible time.

Dental Sports Injury – Sports injuries to the teeth and the mouth area are emergency dentistry cases that need to be attended to immediately, to ensure that no further complications can arise.

Impacted Teeth – Impacted teeth can push painfully against the neighbouring teeth, causing severe pain and discomfort. Impacted teeth can also get infected because they are difficult to keep clean with regular tooth brushing practises.

Infected Wisdom Teeth – Infected wisdom teeth will need to be extracted to prevent the infection from spreading to the gums, or to neighbouring teeth.

Lost Fillings or Crowns – Lost dental fillings or crowns will need to be replaced immediately to keep the affected tooth or teeth protected.

Saving Teeth from Extraction – Emergency dentistry measures may be needed to save teeth from extraction, which is the last resort when it comes to dental treatments.

Gum Problems – Gum problems need to be treated in the soonest possible time to prevent the problems from getting much worse.

Toothache – A toothache can cause a lot of pain, which is the reason why emergency dentistry treatments are needed.

Trapped Objects – Trapped objects between teeth and the gums can cause a lot of pain, and will need to be removed by a dentist to prevent infection from setting in.

Broken Tooth – A broken tooth may worsen into a much bigger dental problem if not attended to immediately, so it needs to have emergency dentistry attention.

Broken dentures – Damaged or broken dentures need to be fixed quickly, so that you will not have to go toothless for a long period of time.

Jaw Injuries – Injuries to the jaw area can affect the whole face or head, and requires emergency dentistry treatment and attention.

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Angel-Islington, London N1 9LQ

020 7837 2300

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