There are many causes of dental pain and your dentist will assess your teeth, gums, jaw and muscles and may also take x-rays to diagnose the problem. Causes of dental pain and toothache may include dental decay, trauma, a cracked tooth, dental abscess or infection, wisdom tooth issues, jaw and muscle issues.

When the source of the pain is found, all available options for dental treatment will be discussed. In an emergency, a temporary solution to stop the pain may be best, but sometimes the permanent solution can be resolved on the day.

Dental pain & dental emergencies usually happen at the most inconvenient of times, so where ever possible, we keep emergency slots open during the day.

Whatever the cause of the dental emergency, we are here to provide you with high standard emergency dental services.  We will do our best to end your discomfort as quickly as possible.

 If you are experiencing any discomfort or pain, make sure you call us immediately.  This can save you unnecessary discomfort and further complicated treatments.

Of course, prevention is better than cure, so the best way to avoid a dental emergency is to see us regularly during the year for preventative check ups and treatments.