Dental Emergencies Dublin
A dental emergency not only refers to tooth pain but other issues surrounding the tissues in the mouth which may need to be given immediate attention.
Examples of dental emergencies include, but are not limited to, infections, fractured tooth or dental restoration.
Fractures can often be classified as dental trauma and is most common in younger people, while dental restoration may also be called ‘dental filling’.
Those who are most at risk of needing emergency dental work done include:
- Young children
- Sports players, especially contact sports
- People with tongue or lip piercings
How To Handle A Dental Emergency
If you are suffering from toothache, have had an injury that requires immediate attention, or have a dental issue that can’t wait, please call us on 01 4851033 to book an emergency appointment at our Dublin-based dental clinic.
We will do our best to have you seen by one of our experienced and professional dentists who will resolve the issue as soon as possible.
We understand that toothache can be excruciating and will cater to this when you visit us.
We can advise you over the phone on the best ways to help you cope with the discomfort if you cannot see us immediately, and our dentists will do all they can to stop the pain during your appointment.
Once the pain has been reduced, our dentists will then examine the problem, advise you on the best course of treatment, and undertake any necessary work to fix the issue.
Not all dental emergencies are painful, however, they can cause further complications later on.
If you’re worried about affording the emergency treatment, we offer comprehensive payment options which can spread the cost across a length of time and can be discussed during your visit.