Are you in need of a dentist in Coptfold?

For many of us, at some point in our lives we may experience a dental emergency which will require some attention. Whether it’s a chipped or broken tooth, bleeding from the gums or you have completely lost a tooth due to an accident or injury a dentist in Coptfold will be able to provide you with emergency dental care to treat your dental issue.


What is considered a dental emergency?

Dental emergencies are very common, and many dental practices are equipped to provide urgent dental treatment for patients who are dealing with a dental emergency. However it is important to be aware of what is considered a dental emergency by dental practices.

If you have had an accident or injury and you are experiencing severe pain in the mouth to the point where it is affecting your sleep, or the injury has caused consistent bleeding, it is advised that you contact your local dental practice for an emergency appointment. Other examples of dental issues which require urgent dental care include an abscessed tooth, swelling in either your gum, mouth or face which is spreading, or a broken tooth which is also causing pain.

There are however, some dental issues which although they may cause discomfort, do not need emergency dental care and rather can be treated during a routine dental appointment. Examples of these include tooth sensitivity, a minor toothache which does not disrupt your sleep, a small chip in a tooth or a broken tooth which is not causing any pain or discomfort.

If however, you are certain that your dental issue needs urgent dental care, it is important that you book an emergency dental appointment as soon as possible at your local dental practice. If you are based in Coptfold, our practice, Coptfold Dental Practice, our experienced dentist in Coptfold will be able to provide you with emergency dental treatment.

Emergency dental care at Coptfold Dental Practice

Established over 50 years ago, Coptfold Dental Practice has been providing high quality dental treatments for patients using modern dental technology to provide the best in dental care and meet the needs of our patients. We also understand that more often than not, individuals may experience an accident or injury which requires urgent dental care, and at our practice, our team of dental professionals are equipped with the skills to offer emergency dental appointments for those who are in need.

You can expect an emergency dental appointment for your injured area to be thoroughly examined. In some cases a dental x-ray may be taken in order for our dentist to determine the extent of the damage. If you are experiencing severe pain, the injured area will be numbed using a local anaesthetic to provide some comfort and sterilised to reduce any risk of infection.

Once it is identified what treatment is needed, your damaged tooth will either be restored temporarily or permanently. If for example you are dealing with a lost tooth, a temporary crown may be put in place and you will be advised to come back for another appointment, where the tooth will be replaced using restorative dental treatment such as dental implants.

It is important that should you have a dental emergency that you book an emergency dental appointment sooner rather than later to reduce the risk of infection and to preserve your remaining tooth.