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Emergency Dental Service

Get an Emergency Get Out of Pain appointment 

End your pain now. Call 044 93 40 370 today and request your emergency ‘get out of pain‘ appointment for only €25. There is an additional charge for antibiotics, X-rays and treatment.

Your problem may include

1). Teeth that have been knocked out – avulsed tooth
2). Teeth that have been forced out of position
3). Broken tooth
4). Swelling /abscess

Knocked out a tooth? Call us without delay at 044 9340370.

  • Find the missing tooth if possible
  • Gently rinse, but do not scrub the tooth to get rid of dirt and debris
  • Place the clean tooth in your mouth between the cheek and gum
  • If you can reach the dentist within 30 minutes, the tooth can be re implanted
  • If it is not possible to store the tooth in the mouth of the injured person, wrap the tooth in a clean cloth or gauze and immerse in milk

Extruded teeth

  • If the tooth is pushed out of place (inward or outward)
  • It should be repositioned to its normal place with very delicate finger pressure
  • Never force the tooth into the socket
  • Hold the tooth in place with a damp tissue or gauze
  • Again, the patient should be seen by a dentist within 30 minutes

Broken tooth?

  • How a broken tooth is treated depends on how badly it is broken
  • Minor chips can be smoothed by your dentist with a sandpaper disk or in some cases left alone
  • Or it can treated with a white filling

Toothache

A broken tooth that has kept the patient awake will most likely need either root canal treatment to save the tooth, or extraction. If you experience a toothache contact us immediately and we will see you as quickly and conveniently as we can.

Call 044 93 40 370 for Emergency Dental Service or book your appointment below.

Make sure to:

  • Get to your dentist as soon as possible
  • Rinse your mouth regularly with water
  • Try to clean any debris from any obvious cavities
  • Use dental floss to remove any trapped particles of food
  • If swelling is present, place a cold compress to the outside of the cheek and start rinsing with hot salt water
  • Take pain relief is necessary

Soft tissue injuries

Laceration of the tongue, cheek and lips. Clean the wound and take the injured person to casualty for the required suturing and wound repair. Bleeding from a tongue laceration can be reduced by pulling the tongue forward and using gauze to place pressure on the wound area.

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