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For toothache, swelling, or bleeding

What is a dental emergency in Bromley?

A dental emergency is a frightening and distressing experience for anyone. At Bromley Park Dental and Implant Centre, we class a dental emergency as any kind of trauma or injury to your teeth, mouth or gums that causes pain or bleeding.

Common dental emergencies include:

  • A knocked-out tooth
  • A chipped tooth
  • Constant toothache
  • An abscess
  • A lost crown or filling

No matter what your dental emergency, please contact us at the surgery in Bromley as quickly as you can so that we can book you into see the emergency dentist as soon as possible.

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How to get an emergency dental appointment in Bromley?

It is our policy to see all dental emergencies as soon as we can and within 24 hours of your call.

If you experience a dental emergency, please call us or get a friend or relative to call us as soon as you can. The earlier you can call, the quicker we can book you into see the emergency dentist.

If you have a dental emergency outside of our usual opening hours at the dental surgery in Bromley, then you should call 111 who are available until 9.30pm every day and from 8am until 9.30pm on weekends and bank holidays.

What is the advice for common dental emergencies?

Nagging toothache

A constant toothache can be unbearable. Call us to book an emergency dental appointment. In the meantime, you can take paracetamol for the pain and try rinsing your mouth in salty water to help ease your toothache.

A knocked-out tooth

If you can find the knocked-out tooth, please save it either by keeping it in your mouth or putting it into a cup of cold milk to prevent the tooth from drying out. Don’t touch the knocked-out tooth by the roots, only handle the crown. It is essential that you call us as quickly as possible as saving a knocked-out tooth is time critical.

A dental abscess

A bacterial infection causes a dental abscess which results in a build up of pus in the tooth, gum or jaw. If it spreads to other parts of the body, it can be potentially dangerous. You must call us as soon as you can for a dental emergency appointment. Take paracetamol for the pain and swill your mouth in salty water to ease any discomfort or swelling.

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