Emergency Treatments New Cross

At Dental Care Centre we are one of the biggest emergency dentists in New Cross and London, with 30,000 patients and over 50 years of excellence. All our dentists are registered with the General Dental Council, our clinic has over 20 awards and accreditations, and is set over 5 floors. We are know to diagnose and treat your emergency, no matter how small or complex.

Emergency Dental Treaments

1.Toothache Relief

A toothache is one of the most common dental emergencies. It can be caused by various issues, including dental decay, infection, or a cracked tooth. Our emergency dentists are trained to diagnose the underlying problem and provide prompt pain relief. Treatment may involve dental fillings, root canal therapy, or tooth extraction, depending on the severity of the condition.

2. Broken or Chipped Tooth Repair

Accidents can lead to broken or chipped teeth, which can be painful and affect your smile’s aesthetics. Our clinic specializes in repairing damaged teeth with techniques like dental bonding, veneers, or dental crowns. We ensure that your tooth is restored to its natural appearance and function.

3. Dental Abscess Treatment

A dental abscess is a painful infection that can occur around a tooth root or in the gums. It requires immediate attention to prevent the infection from spreading. Our experienced dentists will drain the abscess, prescribe antibiotics if necessary, and address the underlying cause, such as decay or gum disease.

4. Lost or Knocked-Out Tooth

A knocked-out tooth is a dental emergency that demands rapid action. If possible, gently rinse the tooth with water, place it back in the socket, or store it in milk or saliva and visit our clinic immediately. Time is crucial in saving the tooth, and our experts specialize in tooth re-implantation and providing suitable replacement options.

5. Emergency Root Canal Therapy

Severe tooth pain or an abscess may indicate the need for emergency root canal therapy. This procedure involves removing infected pulp from the tooth and sealing it to prevent further infection. Our skilled team ensures that the root canal is performed with precision, alleviating pain and preserving the tooth’s structure.

6. TMJ Disorder Management

Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) disorders can lead to jaw pain, headaches, and difficulty in opening and closing the mouth. Our unique approach involves thorough diagnosis using advanced imaging techniques. We create customized treatment plans, which may include splints, physical therapy, or surgery, to alleviate TMJ-related discomfort and improve jaw function.

7. Pediatric Emergency Dentistry

Dental emergencies can be particularly distressing for children. Our pediatric dental specialists are trained to provide gentle and effective care. Whether it’s a chipped tooth, knocked-out tooth, or other issues, we ensure that young patients receive specialized treatment in a child-friendly environment.

8. Gum Disease Treatment

Severe gum disease can lead to painful swelling, bleeding, and tooth mobility. Our unique approach includes deep cleaning procedures, scaling and root planing, and surgical or non surgical therapy to eliminate infection and restore gum health. We prioritize long-term gum health to prevent future dental emergencies.

9. Oral Trauma and Fracture Repair

Accidents can result in various types of oral trauma, including lip lacerations, fractured jaws, and soft tissue injuries. Our clinic is equipped to handle complex oral injuries with precision. We offer innovative techniques for reconstructive surgery and facial trauma repairs to restore your oral health and facial aesthetics.

10. Lost Dental Crown or Bridge

A lost dental crown or bridge can lead to pain and functional issues. Our clinic offers emergency services to reattach or replace dental crowns and bridges promptly. We utilize state-of-the-art materials and techniques to ensure a secure fit, restoring your smile’s appearance and function.

11. Foreign Object Lodged Between Teeth

A foreign object stuck between your teeth can be both uncomfortable and dangerous. Attempting to remove it yourself can lead to injury. Our specialized tools and techniques allow us to safely and effectively remove foreign objects, followed by a thorough examination to check for any related dental issues.

12. Dental Infections and Abscesses

Dental infections and abscesses can cause severe pain, swelling, and fever. Our unique approach to addressing these emergencies includes immediate drainage of the abscess, antibiotic therapy, and root canal treatment if necessary. We prioritize eliminating the infection and preventing its spread while providing pain relief.

13. Loose or Misaligned Orthodontic Appliances

If your braces, aligners, or other orthodontic appliances become loose or misaligned, it can impact your treatment progress and cause discomfort. Our specialized orthodontic team offers emergency adjustments and repairs to ensure that your orthodontic journey remains on track, preventing setbacks and ensuring your comfort.

14. Post-Extraction Complications

After tooth extractions, complications like dry sockets, infections, or excessive bleeding can occur. Our experienced dental professionals provide immediate attention to address these issues, offering unique treatments such as socket dressings, antibiotics, or pain management techniques to promote rapid healing and minimize discomfort.

15. Jaw Pain and Dislocation

Jaw pain or dislocation can result from trauma or underlying conditions like TMJ disorders. Our unique approach to jaw-related emergencies involves gentle manipulation to reposition the jaw, followed by personalized treatment plans that may include physical therapy, splints, or relaxation techniques to alleviate pain and restore normal jaw function.

16. Broken or Dislodged Dental Fillings

If you have a dental filling that breaks or becomes dislodged, it can expose the inner layers of your tooth to bacteria and sensitivity. Our emergency dentists are equipped to repair or replace damaged fillings promptly, ensuring the structural integrity of your tooth is restored and protecting it from further damage or infection.

17. Severe Tooth Sensitivity

Persistent and extreme tooth sensitivity can be indicative of underlying dental issues, such as enamel erosion, cavities, or exposed tooth roots. Our unique approach involves identifying the root cause of your sensitivity and providing specialized treatments, such as desensitizing agents or dental sealants, to alleviate discomfort and prevent future sensitivity.

18. Dental Anxiety Management

We understand that dental emergencies can be anxiety-inducing. Our unique approach to dental anxiety management includes various relaxation techniques, sedation options, and a soothing environment to ensure that your emergency visit is as stress-free as possible.

19. Sleep Apnea and Snoring Solutions

Sleep apnea and snoring can lead to interrupted sleep and overall health issues. We provide unique emergency solutions such as oral appliance therapy to manage sleep-related breathing disorders. Our customized devices can help you breathe freely and enjoy a restful night’s sleep.

20. Denture Emergencies

For patients with dentures, emergencies like denture breakage or discomfort can be particularly worrisome. We offer immediate denture repair and adjustments to restore functionality and comfort. Our on-site dental laboratory enables us to provide efficient solutions tailored to your needs.

21. Lost Tooth Filling or Crown

A lost tooth filling or crown can leave your tooth vulnerable to further damage. Our experienced dentists can quickly assess the situation and provide temporary or permanent replacements for lost fillings or crowns, ensuring your tooth is protected and functional.

22. Fractured Denture or Partial Denture Repair

Denture fractures can be inconvenient and uncomfortable. Our clinic offers rapid denture repair services to mend fractures or damage to your dentures, ensuring you can continue to eat, speak, and smile confidently.

23. Sudden Tooth Discoloration

Sudden changes in tooth color may indicate an underlying issue, such as a dental infection or nerve damage. Our dentists can evaluate the cause of the discoloration and provide appropriate treatment options, which may include teeth whitening or restorative procedures.

24. Allergic Reactions to Dental Materials

Some patients may experience allergic reactions to dental materials used during treatments. If you suspect an allergic reaction, our dental team can quickly identify and replace any materials causing discomfort, ensuring your safety and comfort during and after treatment.

25. Facial Swelling and Infections

Facial swelling and infections, especially around the mouth or jaw, require immediate attention. Our clinic provides prompt evaluation and treatment for such emergencies. We may prescribe antibiotics, drain abscesses, or perform necessary surgical procedures to resolve the issue.

26. Severe Bleeding Gums

Excessive gum bleeding, especially when brushing or flossing, may indicate gum disease or other underlying conditions. Our emergency dental team will assess the cause of the bleeding and provide specialized treatments to stop the bleeding and address the root cause, ensuring your oral health.

27. Tooth Trauma in Children

Children are prone to accidents that can result in tooth trauma. Our pediatric dental specialists are well-equipped to handle tooth injuries in children. Whether it’s a fractured baby tooth or a knocked-out permanent tooth, we provide immediate care and guidance for parents to ensure the best possible outcome.

28. Foreign Body Ingestion

If a foreign object is accidentally ingested and you suspect it may have affected your oral health, our dental team can evaluate the situation and take appropriate action. We prioritize your safety and will address any potential dental issues resulting from the ingestion of foreign objects.

29. Dental Emergencies During Pregnancy

Pregnant women may experience unique dental emergencies or concerns due to hormonal changes. Our clinic is well-prepared to provide safe and effective emergency dental care during pregnancy, ensuring both maternal and fetal well-being.

30. Facial or Dental Trauma Resulting from Sports Injuries

Sports injuries can lead to facial or dental trauma. Our dental experts offer specialized care for athletes, including custom mouthguards, treatment of oral injuries, and strategies to prevent future dental emergencies during sports activities.

31. Dental Emergencies for Senior Citizens

As individuals age, they may face specific dental issues, such as tooth fractures, gum disease, or denture problems. Our clinic offers tailored emergency dental care for senior citizens, addressing their unique needs and ensuring optimal oral health.

32. Oral Cancer Screening for Suspicious Lesions

The discovery of suspicious oral lesions or unusual changes in oral tissues can be a dental emergency. Our clinic provides oral cancer screenings and timely referrals for further evaluation and treatment when necessary, prioritizing early detection and intervention.

33. Chronic Bad Breath (Halitosis) Assessment

Persistent bad breath (halitosis) can be a sign of underlying dental or systemic issues. Our dental professionals conduct thorough assessments to identify the cause of chronic bad breath and provide targeted treatments to address the issue effectively.

34. Dental Emergencies Resulting from Medication Side Effects

Certain medications can have adverse effects on oral health, such as dry mouth, gum bleeding, or altered taste. If you experience dental emergencies related to medication side effects, our dental team can provide guidance, treatment, or adjustments to minimize discomfort and maintain oral health.

35. Dental Emergencies for Individuals with Special Needs

Patients with special needs may require unique dental care during emergencies. Our clinic is experienced in providing compassionate and accommodating services for individuals with special needs, ensuring their comfort and well-being throughout treatment.

36. Lost or Broken Orthodontic Appliances

Orthodontic appliances like braces or retainers can be damaged or lost, requiring immediate attention to prevent treatment setbacks. Our orthodontic specialists offer prompt repairs or replacements to ensure your orthodontic journey continues smoothly.

37. Post-Treatment Complications

After undergoing dental procedures, some patients may experience unexpected complications, such as persistent bleeding, severe pain, or swelling. Our emergency dental team is prepared to address post-treatment issues promptly and provide appropriate solutions for a successful recovery.

38. Dental Emergencies for Individuals with Dental Anxiety

Dental anxiety can exacerbate emergencies, as individuals may delay seeking help due to fear. Our clinic specializes in managing dental anxiety, ensuring a comfortable and stress-free experience during emergency visits. We offer sedation options and calming techniques to help patients feel at ease.

39. Management of Dental Emergencies Resulting from Systemic Conditions

Certain systemic conditions, such as diabetes or autoimmune disorders, can impact oral health and lead to dental emergencies. Our dental professionals work in collaboration with medical experts to provide comprehensive care that addresses both the systemic condition and dental emergency effectively.

40. Emergency Dental Services for Visitors and Tourists

Visiting a foreign country or city and experiencing a dental emergency can be challenging. Our clinic extends its services to visitors and tourists in need of emergency dental care, ensuring that they receive timely and expert assistance during their stay.

41. Toothache during Holidays and Weekends

Dental emergencies can happen at any time, including holidays and weekends when many dental offices are closed. Dental Care Centre UK offers extended hours and weekend appointments to accommodate patients with toothaches and other dental emergencies, providing peace of mind during non-business hours.

42. Preventive Measures for Future Dental Emergencies

In addition to providing immediate care for dental emergencies, our clinic emphasizes preventive measures to reduce the risk of future emergencies. We educate patients on proper oral hygiene, dietary choices, and lifestyle habits that can promote long-term oral health and prevent dental crises.

43. Continued Care and Follow-Up

Our commitment to patients extends beyond the initial emergency treatment. We provide comprehensive follow-up care to monitor your progress, ensure proper healing, and address any lingering concerns. Continued care is vital for long-term oral health and peace of mind.

At Dental Care Centre UK, we take pride in offering a diverse range of emergency dental treatments, each tailored to address specific situations effectively. Our dedicated team of dental professionals is ready to provide you with the highest level of care and expertise during dental emergencies, ensuring your oral health and well-being are our top priorities.

  • Toothache: Floss your teeth and rinse your mouth with warm water to remove debris. Apply something cold to your cheek to help swelling. Don’t use painkiller gels near the sore tooth as they can burn the gums and cause further pain. Visit your dentist ASAP.
  • Chipped / Broken Teeth: Save any remaining pieces of teeth and rinse thoroughly. Rinse your mouth with warm water and, if necessary, apply gauze to the injured site to stop bleeding. A cold compress applied to your cheek can help swelling and soothe pain. Book an emergency dentist appointment.
  • Knocked-out teeth: Hold onto the crown (the bottom part of the tooth) and remove the dirt very carefully from the tooth root if there is any. Don’t scrub away any remaining tissue fragments. If possible, very gently place the tooth back in the socket and contact your dentist. If that proves too difficult, keep it bathed inside your cheek, with your saliva. In children, keep it in some milk.
  • Partially dislodged (extruded) tooth: Apply a cold compress to your cheek to ease the pain. Take over-the-counter pain medication if necessary. See your dentist ASAP.
  • Lost filling: As a temporary solution, use dental temporary filling material from a chemist or sugar-free chewing gum to bridge the cavity. Your dentist will replace your filling during your emergency appointment.
  • Lost crown: Book an emergency dentist appointment and bring the crown with you. If possible, apply dental cement/denture adhesive or toothpaste to the inner surface of the crown beforehand and try to place it back over the tooth.
  • Trapped object between teeth: Attempt to gently remove the object with dental floss. If the object cannot be taken out, contact your dentist right away.
  • Broken braces or wires: Rinse your mouth with salt water to keep your mouth clean and ease the pain. You may be able to push the wire back into place using a soft pencil eraser. Call your dentist if the wire won’t move back into place or is broken.
  • Loose brackets and bands: Loose braces can be temporarily reattached with orthodontic wax before your dentist fixes them. If a band becomes loose, save it and call your dentist to have it reattached.
  • Abscesses: Abscesses are serious infections that form under teeth and spread if left untreated. Book an emergency appointment with your dentist right away if you notice any painful swelling in your mouth. In the meantime, rinse your mouth with salt water to relieve pain and draw pus to the surface.
  • Soft tissue injuries: Injuries to the cheeks, gums, tongue and lips often bleed and require immediate dental treatment. In the meantime, ease the pain by rinsing your mouth with salt water. To control the bleeding, apply pressure to the site with gauze for 15-20 minutes. You can also hold a hot compress to your cheek for 5-10 minutes.
  • All emergency dental cases are promptly handled and treatment is provided on the very same day.
  • Each and every patient is given a customised treatment plan and a quotation.
  • We gladly accept nervous patients at our practice, suffering from any type of dental trauma.

We provide our patients with expert dental care and strive to accommodate anyone in need of urgent treatment – you don’t need to be registered with us to book an emergency dentist appointment. Get in touch with us over the phone and we will fit you in with one of our friendly and experienced dentists, discuss your symptoms, and give advice on pain management.

If you are searching for emergency services from a top-notch dental facility, call our office and our multi-award-winning team will diagnose and treat you. We are able to offer same day appointments and have access to the most comprehensive emergency dental services in New Cross and London.

Our team is composed of dentists who can take care of all types of severe and urgent injuries, including sudden tooth injuries. With state of the art technology such as the three dimensional ct scanner, we will be able to provide the most accurate diagnosis and treatment.

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Testimonials

Aleksandrs JegorovsAleksandrs Jegorovs
10:47 27 Jul 22
Very nice customer service, very clean and comfortable reception. Doctor listened me with empathy, and sort out my problem very professionally. Thanks a lot. I highly recommend this dental centre
Alison ButterfieldAlison Butterfield
08:09 15 Jul 22
I have excellent experience at this dental care centre. I have been attending since I came to live in London since 2009. Currently I'm going through a teeth straightening process which I'm so relieved is going well and I very appreciate all the support and transparency re costs that I'm receiving. I especially appreciate that this is an NHS dental practice.
Stephen WinfieldStephen Winfield
08:12 11 Jul 22
My visit to the Dental Care Centre on Friday was a very happy experience, the surgery was very clean, receptionists very friendly and my dentist was very attentive.. I only had a check up, with work suggested for my follow up appointment, but I felt I was in good hands and i am someone who has an inbuilt fear of dentists.. recommended
Jennifer ThoJennifer Tho
12:58 07 Jul 22
This practice has dentists who are caring and patient with adults who are nervous of dentists. They also give very good advice on all round dental care. Would definitely recommend.
Cherry Ann CalapiniCherry Ann Calapini
09:16 05 Jul 22
I have been using this dental care centre since 2018 during my pregnancy and until now. I have always been looked after by front desk staff and dentist themselves. They have an excellent service.Now my son has had his 3rd appointment for dental check and being 3.5yrs old he's always been comfortable attending this clinic.Sad to see our dentist leave Dr Kumar, he's an excellent dentist towards our care. Hope he'll enjoy more of his family time.Met our new dentist last week and my son already created a bond with her.Thank you staff for your continuous service. I'm just lucky to have a good rapport with you all. 😀

OTHER DENTAL TREATMENTS AVAILABLE

GENERAL DENTISTRY

We have a range of core therapies, from bridges, crowns, root canal and dentures through to Oral Cancer Screening.

SPECIALIST TREATMENTS

These treatments use specalist technology, need more involved care, or are for a specific group of patients, like children.