salisbury dentist general Emergency Dentist If you are in dental pain, have facial swelling or have suffered a dental trauma then please get in touch with the practice by calling 01722 346501 immediately.
Emergency
Dentist

If you are in dental pain, have facial swelling or have suffered a dental trauma then please get in touch with the practice by calling 01722 346501 immediately.

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    Emergency Dentist in Salisbury

    Twenty Twenty Dental in Salisbury have emergency dental appointments available for registered and non registered patients.

     

    If you are in dental pain, have facial swelling or have suffered a dental trauma then please get in touch with the practice by calling 01722 346501 immediately.

     

    We have various appointments set aside for dental emergencies.

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    Broken Teeth & Lost Fillings

    While these may sometimes not be classed as a dental emergency we would recommend that you make an emergency appointment if you are in pain.

     

    If the tooth is sensitive, you should avoid sweet, hot or cold food or drinks that may irritate the tooth and nerve until you can visit the dental practice. In most cases we can fix lost fillings and broken teeth at a routine dental appointment.

    Dental Pain & Toothache

    Quite often toothache improves by itself, but it is still advisable to contact the dental practice reception to have the tooth checked.

     

    You may find that the pain is relieved by taking painkillers but if the toothache is constant and throbbing and keeping you awake, you should contact us for further advice.

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      Other Dental Trauma

      Facial Swelling

      Facial swelling, particularly when associated with toothache is an indication of infection. If you have swelling on the floor of the mouth, near the tongue or near to the eye is potentially serious and requires prompt medical attention, we would recommend that you make an emergency dental or medical appointment in order that you can be assessed.

       

      Traumatic Injury

      Dental accidents can happen at anytime whether from a fall, sporting activity or accident. If a tooth has come out or been fractured we would recommend that you make an emergency dental appointment as soon as possible for us to alleviate any discomfort and advise on the best course of dental treatment to rectify.

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