Emergency Dentist Wakefield

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Emergency dentists in Wakefield giving patients immediate relief, friendly support, and effective emergency treatments.

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Need emergency dental care?

Whether you’re dealing with a severe toothache, think you have a tooth or gum infection, or accidentally chipped or knocked out a tooth, you’ve come to the place.

Our friendly emergency dentists provide a full range of urgent dental services at our Wakefield clinic to get you back on track as soon as possible.

Contact our helpful reception team to book an emergency appintment.

Compassionate dental care, when you need it most

We know how worrying a dental emergency can be, especially if you’re in pain or emotional distress.

That’s why at Advance Dental Care, we go above and beyond to make you feel comfortable, relaxed, and fully supported during your treatment with a calming, friendly, and informative service.

Common Dental Emergencies We Treat

If you’re experiencing severe pain, swelling, can’t eat or drink, or have a tooth injury, we consider these dental emergencies. If you’re not sure you need emergency treatment, please call us, and we’ll advise you. Below are some of the most common emergencies our dentists treat here at our Wakefield clinic.

Severe Toothache

A toothache is one of the most common dental emergencies we treat by removing any tooth decay and placing a sedative dressing on the tooth.

Tooth Infections

Tooth infections often cause a painful abscess, which we treat by draining it, applying a dressing, and may put you on a course of antibiotics.

Tooth Injuries

Tooth fractures or losses can be distressing but don’t worry. Our dentists will restore your teeth with splints and cosmetic fixes.

Prosthetic Issues

Our dentists repair and replace a wide range of damaged dental prosthetics, including lost/broken crowns, fillings, and dentures.

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What Our Patients Say

You don’t have time to waste when you’re facing a severe toothache, infection, or injury. You need an emergency dentist you can trust to deliver the highest standards of care. See why Wakefield patients trust Advance Dental Care for emergency treatment.

What to expect from your emergency dental treatment

Dealing with a dental emergency doesn’t have to be scary! With our experienced emergency dentists by your side, you’ll feel immediately at ease as we carefully and methodically treat the source of your pain.

1. Visit

Call and tell us what dental emergency you’re dealing with or walk into our clinic and we’ll book you in as soon as possible.

2. Triage

Once we assess your dental issue and find the root of the problem, we’ll recommend treatment options.

3. Treat

When you’re happy with our plan, we carry out the treatment. If you wish, you can choose to go under dental sedation.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is considered a dental emergency?

We typically define a dental emergency as a patient who needs treatment to:

  • Stop uncontrollable bleeding
  • Treat severe tooth or gum pain
  • Save a knocked-out tooth
  • Fix a chipped or fractured tooth
  • Stop a tooth infection
  • Treat a tooth or gum abscess

In general, if you’re experiencing severe pain, distress, loss of function, or your condition will worsen if you don’t get fast treatment, we consider this a dental emergency and recommend you give us a call to book an emergency appointment.

How do I know if my tooth infection is spreading?

Tooth infections such as abscesses on the tooth or gums can be extremely dangerous if you don’t get them treated quickly. If you’re experiencing fever, swelling, dehydration, a quickening heart rate, pain in your stomach, or are finding it hard to breathe; please call us immediately.

Can you go to A&E with a toothache?

If you have a toothache, find swelling around your eye, neck, or mouth area, and it’s difficult to breathe, swallow, or speak, we’d advise you to call the NHS helpline on 111 immediately, and they will advise you on whether you need A&E treatment.

How long does an emergency root canal take?

Emergency root canals typically take between 1-2 hours to complete. This may be longer or shorter depending on the complexity of your dental problem.

Need emergency dental care?
Help is only a phone call away.

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