Emergencies

Dental emergencies can occur unexpectedly, causing pain and discomfort. Knowing how to handle these situations promptly is crucial for preserving oral health and minimizing further complications.

Understanding what constitutes a dental emergency is vital. Common situations include severe toothaches, broken or knocked-out teeth, injuries to the mouth or jaw, severe gum bleeding, or sudden swelling. Any condition causing significant pain or jeopardizing the integrity of your teeth and oral structures should be treated as an emergency.

In a dental emergency, it’s essential to contact your dentist or seek urgent care as soon as possible. Most dental offices have emergency slots available for immediate attention. If your dentist is unavailable, consider visiting an emergency dental clinic or contacting an emergency hotline for guidance

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140 Oxford Road, Kidlington, OX5 1DZ
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Monday
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Tuesday
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Wednesday
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Thursday
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