When is it a dental emergency? If you are unsure of what is considered a dental emergency, a Bluewater Dentist can help! We offer NHS dental emergency Scotland wide treatments; whether you are located in Kilbirnie, Ayrshire or Houston, a Beith dentist from Bluewater is here for you.
As we mentioned in our last post, we are passionate about providing specialist dental care which is all encompassing. Continue reading for emergency dental care advice!
NHS Dental Emergency Scotland Wide Treatments from Bluewater Dentist
What constitutes a dental emergency?
In order to determine if you should book an emergency dentist appointment or not, it is important to ask yourself the following;
- Are you in severe pain?
- Are there are signs that your gums are bleeding?
- Has there been an incident which has resulted in the loss of a tooth? – It isn’t normal for adults to loose teeth, if you are loosing teeth you may have a more serious problem.
- Are you aware of an infection?
If the answer is yes to these questions, you must seek treatment immediately.
Examples of Common Dental Emergencies
- Knocked Out Teeth
- Chipped/Cracked Tooth
- Abscessed Tooth
What to Do in a Dental Emergency
It is essential that you make an emergency dentist appointment; the afore mentioned symptoms require attention and treatment from a dental professional. Bluewater dentist offer emergency appointments and are open late some evenings! If you have a dental emergency and your local dental practice isn’t open, make a trip to A&E. Toothache, bleeding and infection are all symptoms you need to take seriously! Don’t think that they will subside over a couple of days, make sure you act quickly.
Bluewater Dentist are conveniently located on Lochwinnoch High St and, with parking available, you can access us instantly in the case of an emergency.