Don’t get caught out by a dental emergency

Life is full of surprises. However much we want to keep everything under our control, events rarely work out the way we thought they would. This can be wonderful, such as when we get an unexpected job offer or an old friend turns up out of the blue.

And, it can also be a challenge, such as when we slip, trip or fall, and end up in A&E. This may not always come in the form of an accident: it could be that we are out enjoying ourselves, engaging in our favourite sport, such as BMXing, skateboarding or hockey, and we face plant off our bike or board or take an elbow to the face. An accident of this type could mean a trip to the emergency dentist in Southgate.

Emergency Dentist in SouthgateWhen do I need to visit the emergency dentist in Southgate?

At Adams Dental, we’ve seen every type of dental emergency you can think of: knocked out, chipped, cracked and broken teeth, severe toothache, abscesses and even objects lodged in the mouth. As well as daredevil sports people, we’ve seen patients who like to play fast and loose with their teeth by using them to open a bottle or tear a package. So, however you’ve damaged your teeth or gums, or if you’re experiencing dental disease, don’t worry. Chances are you aren’t the first and our emergency dentist in Southgate will be more than happy to help.

What happens at an emergency appointment?

Unlike a routine dental check-up that focuses on examination, treatment is our priority. Our emergency dentist in Southgate may take x-rays or photographs, but their aim is for you to leave pain-free. It may be all we can do is give you pain relief, but if we can we will carry out treatment to resolve the issue. If further work is required, we will get that booked in for you as soon as possible.

Save our number today

You never know when you might need the emergency dentist in Southgate. Whether or not we are your regular dental practice, save our number in your phone today, so you can easily call us up if you do find yourself surprised by a dental emergency.