Would you know where to turn in the event of a serious dental emergency needing immediate treatment? Should such a circumstance arise, don’t be caught short without a plan. Forward planning for dental emergencies can help you minimise discomfort and pain, and reduce the risk of long-term harm being done to your teeth and gums.
Planning for a dental emergency
Dental emergencies can take a number of forms. Common emergencies include teeth being knocked out, fractured or chipped from trauma such as sporting injuries or falls. Other emergencies can arise without there being any physical accident. Toothache, which is extremely painful and persistent, gum injuries, and lose fillings or fillings which have fallen out, should all be seen to as a matter of utmost urgency.
Having dental emergencies attended to by our qualified Port Dental Care team as soon as possible is important for relieving any associated pain, and to minimise the chance of serious long-term damage to your teeth and gums.
Forward planning for dental
emergencies can help you minimise
discomfort and pain, and reduce the
risk of long-term harm being
done to your teeth and gums.
The friendly dental professionals at The Port Dental Care have many years’ experience in emergency, general and cosmetic dentistry, and are available to assist you, whatever your dental emergency.
In the case of a dental emergency, our friendly team will go the extra-step to make sure that you are treated quickly and with the least amount of pain as possible. Our Port Dental team will try their best to squeeze you in before or after practice hours or, for emergencies occurring within practice hours, patients will be fitted into normal operating schedules, where possible.
To ensure that you’ll be in safe hands in the event of a dental injury, accident or other dental emergency, make The Port Dental Care your first port of call.