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Emergency Dentist Battersea


Full-service emergency dentist Battersea for reliable & fast solutions

We are fully-equipped for emergency dental care at our clinic. Our oral surgeons, endodontists, periodontists, and orthodontists are at hand to ensure your emergency is resolved skillfully and efficiently. As a leading dental and specialist referral centre, more than 50 local dental clinics refer complex cases to our in-house team. Our emergency dentist Battersea services are comprehensive and guarantee the highest level of care and comfort.

With extended opening hours and experienced resident specialists & consultants, we are always prepared to provide the best dental and oral care, without having to refer our patients elsewhere. We treat severe pain, broken teeth, lost crowns, and abscesses, among other urgent dental needs, with fast-acting remedies. Our friendly professionals make treatments much more pleasant for nervous patients with pain-free and minimally-invasive techniques.

Our modern diagnostic services are fast and accurate, and our surgery is state-of-the-art. We utilise digital dentistry, on-site printing, and three-dimensional scanning to make treatments more convenient and faster. From general dentistry to cosmetic dentistry, you receive the world’s most advanced dental solutions at Mouth Dental.

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What services does an emergency dentist offer?

Dental emergencies can sometimes be life-threatening and serious enough to make you very sick. However, with the right treatment given at the right time, danger can be averted. A pressing cosmetic concern like a chipped or broken tooth also needs a speedy remedy, especially when it can cause distress and self-consciousness.

Severe Pain

Toothaches can come on suddenly or build up over time. Either way, when you are in pain, it requires immediate medical action. Your dentist will first give you painkillers, anti-inflammatory drugs, and antibiotics to treat the pain and infection. Depending on the extent of tooth decay and damage, you will be recommended a filling, root canal, or extraction. In rare cases, it requires emergency tooth extraction or wisdom tooth removal, which has to be carried out within 24-48 hours.
Expert evaluation is essential to identify the dangers of toothache, especially in the case of dental abscess. Untreated decay and broken fillings can lead to infection. Dental trauma and periodontitis also cause pain that requires emergency care.
An exposed nerve is also a very painful condition that requires emergency care. Desensitising medication or fluoride gels are used to treat the pain and gum disease that is causing the exposed nerve.

Accident

A knocked-out tooth can be salvaged if you hurry. Put the tooth in milk or saliva, or hold it in your cheek asap and see a dentist within an hour. It could be reattached to the root. Chipped teeth can also be fixed the same way if you preserve the fragment in milk or saliva. However, it is not essential to hold onto chipped pieces or broken teeth, especially if you can’t get to a dentist in time. Broken teeth can be rebuilt using bonding, veneers, or crowns.

Dislodged/loosened crown

If a crown comes loose, get to a dentist soon to have it reattached. Hold on to the crown if you still have it. You can use OTC dental cement to reattach the crown temporarily, but a dentist needs to fix it permanently for it to be fully functional.

Broken wires and braces

When braces break, it exposes sharp edges and can cause damage to your gums and cheeks. Your dentist will be able to either fix the broken braces or get you a new one.

Dental abscess

A dental abscess is a puss-filled bacterial infection caused by tooth decay and gum disease. It can spread to other regions like the soft tissue and the jaw bone, eventually leading to brain or blood infection. The abscess should be drained by a dentist as soon as possible.

How do you find an emergency dentist in Battersea?

You can Google search for emergency dental clinics in your area or simply call your regular dentist to find out if they can treat you. If your condition needs specialist expertise and better facilities, your dentist will refer you to a clinic that is equipped and has the specialist skills.

How to book an appointment with an emergency dentist?

Get in touch with them over the phone or simply visit them. For emergency care, most clinics do not require registration, which saves a lot of time.

What to expect at an emergency dental appointment?

Emergency care will be provided depending on your dental problem. Patients who are in severe pain will be given pain relief. Emergency surgeries, incision & drainage, and extractions are carried out according to urgency.
If you need specialist care, we seamlessly transition you to a specialist via our inter-clinic referral scheme and cross-referral within our multi-clinic establishment. You will receive the best care within Mouth Dental.

How much do emergency dental treatments cost?

The cost depends on the dental care you require. We provide affordable emergency care to ensure you can afford it when you need it.

We offer different payment options to spread out the cost of more expensive treatments. Pay-as-you-go allows you to make payments on the day of each session. With 0% interest-free finance over 12 months and 9.9 % interest for up to 5 years by Chrysalis Finance, you can pay in installments. You can learn more about our payment plans from our friendly team.

Emergency dentists at Mouth Dental

Our handpicked team of specialists is respected by peers and industry professionals. They are highly skilled and experienced, capable of successfully handling even the most complex cases. From routine dentistry to cosmetic dental care to oral surgery, you are in safe hands at Mouth Dental. We provide the world’s most advanced dental care systems and products to keep your treatments up-to-date, convenient, and comfortable.

Our resident specialists in oral surgery, endodontics, periodontics, orthodontics, and dental hygiene offer a world-class service to improve your dental health. As a leading dental practice and referral dentist in Battersea, Our clinical setting is designed to offer comprehensive emergency dental treatment under one establishment.

Mouth Dental

With a base of over 9,000 private dental patients, Mouth Dental is a multi-clinic practice based at South Quay and Churchill Place in Canary Wharf as well as Nine Elms SW11. Find out more below.

South Quay

Canary Wharf

Churchill Place

Canary Wharf

Nine Elms

SW11 – opening Summer 2022

Nine Elms, Battersea
2 Ravine Way
Legacy 1 Building
Embassy Gardens, Nine Elms
Battersea, London
SW11 7BH
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South Quay, Canary Wharf
1 – 2 Raleigh House
Admirals Way
London
E14 9SN
020 7987 1212
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Churchill Place, Canary Wharf
Unit 11, 2 Churchill Place
Canary Wharf
London
E14 5RB
020 3384 1212
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