Emergency dental care

When pain becomes too much to handle, we can help. Just like medical care, you can never predict an emergency with your teeth. This is why our emergency dentist in Southgate provides emergency dental care for new and existing patients. Rest assured that you can have a dental professional on your side to assist when unexpected dental emergencies crop up. Nobody need suffer constant, excruciating oral pain.

Emergency Dentist in SouthgateSeveral dental problems require an emergency dentist in Southgate, including swollen or infected gums, pain caused by tooth decay, abscesses in the mouth and damage such as broken or chipped teeth, loose fillings, etc. Any of these situations listed along with many others require immediate dental assistance, as leaving problems like these untreated may contribute to more serious health issues.

The good news is, if you are facing a dental emergency, you can get in touch with us at Adams Dental emergency dentist in Southgate and we will address your needs as quickly as possible.

Loose teeth

If you have a dislodged tooth that is in danger of falling out you will understandably want to contact a dental professional immediately. Loose teeth can be a solitary issue, but it is always best to investigate and ensure that your other teeth are not at risk of further problems.

Toothache

Toothaches can cause tremendous pain. There are many possible causes for toothache and it is difficult to diagnose an issue yourself. If you have toothache, it is best to see a dental professional as soon as possible.

Dislodged teeth

If one of your teeth has fallen out, make sure to contact a dental professional for an examination. Once a tooth is dislodged, the only way forward will be prosthetics to replace the tooth. If your tooth is dislodged, keep it in a sealed bag and bring it along to your dentist.

Broken or chipped teeth

If you have a broken or chipped tooth you should see a dental professional for evaluation. As with dislodged teeth, if you want to have a chance of your broken tooth being reattached, save the piece by preserving it in milk and bring it in for your dentist to examine if you can.

Put our number in your phone

When you need an emergency dentist in Southgate, you are, by definition, in some kind of urgent situation. You may not be thinking straight, especially if you are in shock, so if the number of Adams Dental, your emergency dentist in Southgate, is not already in your phone, then you will be wasting valuable time trying find it.

A dental emergency could be related to a toothache that has suddenly got so much worse. Toothaches can get really severe and be accompanied by swelling.  If this has happened to you, then you need to come and see us as soon as possible. You could have developed an abscess or infection and the quicker we are able to deal with this, you sooner you will no longer be in pain. Conversely, the longer you leave it, the more likely you are to lose your tooth, especially if the infection has got into the root.

Emergency Dentist in SouthgateAccidents

If you are a sportsperson or a cyclist around town, you will definitely need to put our number in your phone. There is always the chance that you will get a tooth or two knocked out when you are away from home, either cycling or engaged in some kind of contact sport or just skateboarding with your mates.

Knocked out teeth

Did you know that if your tooth is still in one piece after it has been knocked out, then there is a very good chance that we will be able to put it back in for you, if you can get yourself and your tooth to us as quickly as possible, preferably within the hour so that the tissue clinging to the root is still alive?

The best way to get the tooth to us is to put it in your mouth. Pick it up by the crown, taking care not to touch the root and, if you can, put it in the empty socket. If that’s a bit too much to ask, tuck it inside your cheek. If you can’t put it in your mouth for some reason, store it in some milk. Then call us up and get here to your emergency dentist in Southgate as quickly as you can.

Why we love dental implants in North London

At Adams Dental, we do what we do because we know the difference to people’s quality of life when they have a good healthy set of teeth in a healthy mouth. We’ve seen so many people in pain from bad teeth, or experiencing huge embarrassment because their teeth, or lack of them, looks so awful. Not to mention the knock-on effects on diet and health, social relationships and job prospects that can come from dodgy teeth. Our best days are the ones when people leave our practice with a huge grin of their faces, transformed. Fortunately for us, we have a lot of best days here at Adams Dental.

Dental Implants in North LondonAnd because we want you to have them too, we look for ways to make dental treatment as easy to get through as possible, sometimes even, dare we say it, enjoyable.

We are huge fans of dental implants in North London because no other tooth replacement option can give someone their life back quite so comprehensively as dental implants can.

Full functionality

In North London, dental implants restore full functionality to the mouth, which means that you will be able to eat anything you like, including chewy, gloopy, bitty or crunchy foods. These are often off-limits for other tooth replacement options. As well as that, there is no chance that your replacement teeth will wobble around in your mouth, making it hard to speak or laugh.

No-fuss maintenance

Dental implants are anchored into the jawbone, so once they are in place, they do not need to be removed for cleaning. All you have to do to look after them is carefully brush and floss twice a day to remove plaque and get a good cleaning with the hygienist twice a year.

Scared of the dentist?

Don’t worry. If you are a nervous dental patient, you are not alone. We can offer you sedation to make you deeply relaxed through your implant surgery. We can also help you get through other dental treatments with clinical hypnosis and counselling. Don’t let your teeth suffer because you are scared, come and see us to find out how we can make visiting the dentist so much easier.

We can help you get through it

At Adams Dental, we understand that going for treatment to have dental implants in North London fitted can be really challenging. We also know just how life-changing having dental implants is. Whether you have been putting up with unsightly gaps, or even more unsightly stumps, or struggling with dentures that slide around in your mouth, dental implants give you back the full functionality of your mouth.

These replacement teeth are as near as you can get to the real thing, except they don’t decay, another bonus. But, to get them fitted, it means having minor oral surgery, and when people hear what is involved, they can feel quite daunted. If you are one of the many people in the UK who suffer from dental phobia, you might even decide that getting dental implants in North London fitted is too much to even contemplate, and at Adams Dental, we think that would be a shame.

Dental Implants in North LondonAs we know how fantastic dental implants are, we make a point of making having dental implants fitted as easy for you as possible. The surgery involves cutting a flap in the gum and then drilling new sockets into your jawbone. It sounds far worse than it is because the jawbone has far fewer nerve endings than the teeth, so you may feel a lot of pressure from the drill, but there is far less pain involved and having a local anaesthetic is more than enough to numb it.

That doesn’t deal with your anxiety levels, however, and lying back feeling terrified while we work on you is no fun for you, and therefore no fun for us either. That’s why we offer you sedation if you want it.

Oral sedation

Take a tablet about an hour before your procedure and you will float through it feeling very pleasantly relaxed and find you don’t remember much afterwards.

Intravenous sedation

This goes straight into your bloodstream and will probably make you go to sleep. We will be able to rouse you so that you can answer us if we need to speak to you but otherwise you’ll probably sleep through the whole thing.

If that sounds like the way you’d like to experience dental implants in North London, why not come in for a consultation?

Dental implants in North London

Dental implants have been taking the world by storm since they were first used in dental practices in the 1980s. This is because they are one of the most effective types of dental restoration. And even though they have been around for more than 30 years, many patients still haven’t heard of this stable, permanent solution to the problem of missing teeth.

At Adams Dental in North London, dental implants can be used to replace any number of missing teeth – from a single tooth to a whole set of dentures.

Dental Implants in North LondonSupporting natural teeth with dental implants

In North London, dental implants can also protect the rest of your natural teeth. This is because they provide the stimulation that your jawbone needs to remain stable and in shape.

Our jawbone needs high bone density to support teeth effectively. When we lose a natural tooth, the stimulation that’s usually provided by the root stops and the bone and gums begin to recede and change shape. This can put the rest of your natural teeth at risk as they can begin to drift into the gap left by the lost tooth.

How dental implants are fitted

A dental implant is fitted during minor surgery. A small hole is drilled in the jawbone to allow the implant to be fitted. The implant itself is a titanium screw that integrates with the bone over a period of several weeks. Once the implant is secured in place, your dentist can fit a replacement crown onto it.

How many teeth can be replaced with dental implants in North London?

Dental implants are very versatile and can support a wide range of different tooth replacement options. One of the beauties of implants is that you don’t usually require one implant per replacement tooth. A single implant can support up to three replacement teeth. The number of teeth supported by a single implant depends on the bone density and stability of the implant upon insertion.

Implants can also secure loose dentures, bringing a new lease of life to old, worn out dentures. This means you can enjoy all kinds of food again and laugh and smile without inhibition.

You’re in safe hands

If you find going to the dentist pretty scary at the best of times, you may laugh a hollow laugh at the idea of having dental implants fitted. After all, this treatment absolutely requires the use of the drill and takes a while to carry out. But don’t write off having dental implants in North London because if you come to Adams Dental, you will be in safe hands.

We understand just how frightening it can be to go to the dentist, lie back in a pretty vulnerable position and give up all control. Actually, suffering from dental phobia is more common than you think. It shouldn’t be a barrier to having life-changing treatments though. And in North London, dental implants really can change lives for the better.

Dental Implants in North LondonIf you have already lost a few teeth, you will have noticed that it’s getting harder to eat and also to speak clearly. That will only get worse with each tooth you lose.

However, getting dental implants in North London can give you back all your food choices, making speaking clearly easy again and save you from any embarrassing wobbles that you may experience with dentures. Dental implants mimic Nature by giving you roots as well as teeth and it is the roots, which are firmly embedded into the jawbone, that make all the difference. However, in order to get back your life, you will have to go through implant surgery and the drill.

But don’t worry because at Adams Dental, we are happy to supply you with sedation if you are a nervous patient. Sedation comes in two forms: intravenous or oral.

Oral sedation

This is a tablet that you take about an hour before surgery. It will make you very relaxed and drowsy, but you will still able to respond if we need to talk to you.

Intravenous sedation

This goes straight into your bloodstream, usually via the back of your hand. It is pretty instant in its effects and will make you very drowsy. You may even sleep through your treatment, but you can be roused if needs be.

Float through implant dentistry

Are you in need of replacement teeth? Perhaps you are about to lose another tooth, or have already lost so many that you can no longer pretend that something doesn’t need to be done about the gaps in your mouth. Or perhaps you have just lost one or two teeth but they are right at the front of your mouth and you now have unsightly gaps. Whatever the reason for needing replacement teeth, at Adams Dental in North London, dental implants can restore your smile and your mouth function.

Dental Implants in North LondonIf you have already been thinking about getting dental implants in North London, then you may have read up about the procedure, and it may be scaring you a little, or maybe it’s making you feel too anxious to contemplate going through with it. After all, there’s drilling involved and many people feel anxious about having drilling done.

At Adams Dental, we understand how anxiety-inducing the idea of having dental implants in North London can be, but we also know the life-changing transformations that can occur when people get them fitted. That’s why we are very happy to give you sedation. And that’s why we also want you to understand the implant process and that, because there are fewer nerve endings in the jawbone than in the teeth, getting dental implants fitted is a lot less painful than, say, having root canal therapy.

Sedation options

We have two forms of sedation here at Adams Dental, and will talk you through both of them during your consultation.

Oral sedation

This is a tablet that you take about an hour before surgery. It will make you very relaxed and floaty and it will gradually wear off after surgery.

Intravenous sedation

Administered through the back of the hand straight into your bloodstream, this sedation method is more powerful and can also be adjusted as we work on you, should it need to be. You will be deeply relaxed and may even fall asleep, but we will be able to rouse you if we need to talk to you.

You will need someone to take you home after having dental implants fitted.

Sedation: the key for nervous dental patients

Let’s face it, if you are terrified of the dentist, and have tried the usual routes of self-soothing in the dental chair. You’ve had the hypnotherapy, the deep breathing techniques, the many other techniques that may help reduce your levels of fear, and nothing has worked, then sedation is the next step.

Here at Adams Dental, we have natural methods on hand, such as hypnotherapy and being able to talk to the dentists. We have dentists fully trained in how to treat people in order to calm them. We always do our utmost to make getting dental implants in North London with us as easy as possible for all our patients.

Dental Implants in North LondonBut, if you are terrified, you may be so worried that none of this is going to make a jot of difference. So much so that you’d prefer to go without, despite the incredible benefits of dental implants in North London when it comes to treating tooth loss.

That’s why, we are very willing to offer you some form of medical sedation. We have two to choose from, both very effective, but one does involve needles. So, if you have a phobia of needles, and lots of people do, you may be better off opting for oral sedation.

Oral sedation

This form of sedation comes in the form of a tablet. You swallow this about an hour before your surgical appointment and the sedation effect will slowly seep through as the medicine enters your bloodstream gently through the lining of your gut. Your sense will be much less alert and you will feel much less discomfort or pain. Oral sedation is an accompaniment to local anaesthetic. You probably won’t remember much about your treatment afterwards.

Intravenous sedation

This requires a needle, usually into the back of the hand, to deliver the sedation medicine straight into your bloodstream. It takes immediate effect. You will be very relaxed during treatment and groggy afterwards.

When you come to us for dental implants in North London, we always recommend that someone drive you home afterwards. Why not come and talk to us and start the ball rolling for a new life with teeth that actually work?

We can help you

If you have lost or are losing teeth, you need to replace them as soon as possible in order to ensure the health of your jawbone. But, if you are also a nervous dental patient, you may think that getting dental implants in North London will be too traumatic to even contemplate.

At Adams Dental, we take pride in the way we help people who are scared of the dentist to get dental implants in North London. This is one of our flagship treatments and we make sure that everything is done to make dental implant surgery as relaxing as possible to have done.

Dental Implants in North LondonPutting you at ease

We understand dental phobia and are happy to spend time working at a pace that you can cope with.

Unfortunately having dental implants cannot avoid the use of drills, as we have to make holes in your jawbone in which to insert the implants, which act as replacement tooth roots.

This sounds terribly painful, but in fact, it is less so than having work done on the teeth because there are far fewer nerve endings in the jawbone than in the teeth.

It is well worth getting dental implants because they are the only method of tooth replacement that can give you back full functionality of your teeth. And, although the idea of going through implant surgery may seem beyond you, we do our utmost to make you comfortable. What’s more, once the implants are in, provided you stick to a good oral healthcare routine, they should never need replacing.

Far better that you come in and have one our methods of sedation, than you settle for a less traumatic but also less efficient and less durable form of tooth replacement, or even none at all.

When you come to us for dental implants in North London, we can offer you either oral or intravenous sedation.

Oral sedation involves taking a tablet about an hour before surgery. You will be deeply relaxed throughout, but still able to respond. Intravenous sedation is immediate but requires a needle into the back of the hand. Why not come and talk to us to find out more?

Why you shouldn’t be afraid of dental implants in North London

In recent years, sedation has become less of an exception, and more of a rule when it comes to more complicated dental treatments such as dental implants. Patients’ requests influenced this development in our practice more than anything else, since patient comfort is highly valued by most dentists.

At Adams Dental, we appreciate that the thought of implant surgery can distress many patients. For this reason, we offer a variety of sedation options for you to choose from. Above all, your comfort, health and safety are our primary concerns when we recommend a sedation method. Restoring your smile to its natural beauty with dental implants in North London has never been more comfortable.

Dental Implants in North LondonOral sedation

Oral sedation does not require special preparation. Patients get one or two sedative pills one hour before the operation, helping them relax both physically and psychologically. With oral sedation, the patient may be sleepy but can be roused if necessary, and can respond to simple commands. Please be aware that you will need assistance to get home after the end of the operation.

IV sedation

This type of sedation involves medication that is inserted directly into your bloodstream for fast-acting relaxation. IV sedation is more profound than oral sedation in that our medical team has more control over the depth of sedation delivered. Moreover, it tends to work more quickly, as the medication enters directly into a vein.

With IV sedation, your level of comfort can easily be adjusted and you may well sleep throughout the treatment. After the operation, you may not remember much about the procedure. As with oral sedation, you will need assistance to get home. Patients may also need to stay for a short observation after the operation has been completed.

Not to be taken lightly

Oral and IV sedation are safe – but as with any medicine, there are risk factors. To ensure your safety, sedation should only be administered by those with suitable training. Your dentist will consider your health background when choosing the best sedation option for you.

Get in touch

To learn more about dental implants in North London and your sedation options, call us today.