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Sudden excruciating pain or toothache may indicate the deep spread of decay in the tooth. Often, root canal treatment is necessary. If you note mild symptoms on the teeth, a check-up with your dentist will help prevent a bigger problem from occurring.

Toothace can have many features associated with it i.e:

  • may start with sensitivity to hot or cold drinks and food
  • sudden pain from tooth or jaw usually of moderate to severe intensity
  • pain may last a few days or longer
  • pain can be related to one tooth or over a wide area
  • painkillers may provide temporary relief
  • swelling could occur
If you feel any of the above symptoms call the 24 hour dental clinic on 020 8245 7575 to see a emergency dental team.


Swellings result from underlying infections, the infection can result from teeth or gum tissue. In certain cases there maybe a deposit of abscess which may need to be drained. In such a situation you must call the Emergency Dentist in order to get an immediate appointment and the appropriate treatment and medication.


If your crown has come off, place it securely so that any further damage is prevented. Immediatedly contact the Dental Emergency staff so that an appointment can be arranged to recement the crown.



Being stranded without dentures can be a nightmare. If unfortunately you happen to break or fracture your denture, a repair can in most cases be made relatively easily by our in house dental technicians. We advise you do not attempt to repair them your self in order to avoid further damage. If you happen loose your dentures again an express denture service can be offered to deliver your new dentures to you as relatively fast. Call our denture hotline on 020 8245 7575 for further help.


These injuries can result in teeth becoming mobile and being loose from their normal fixed position. The teeth maybe extruded, fractured and or knocked out. These are serious dental emergencies and require immediate attention. Immediately call the emergency dentist on 020 8245 7575 to book an appointment to be assessed and treated. The success rate of treatment will in addition to other factors depend on how soon treatment is carried out.


Certain teeth fractures can be painful, but can also be easily repaired in most cases, immediately call the emergency dental clinic on 020 8245 7575 to seek treatment from the dentist.


If your tooth has become mobile and dislodged inward or outward, do not try to force it back into its position, gently try to realign it, if gentle realignment is not possible leave the tooth as it is and call the emrgency london dentist on 020 8245 7575



Root canal treatment involves the removal of the pulp tissues from the tooth in the event that it gets infected or inflamed. The pulp can be infected or inflamed due to either deep decay or an extensive restoration that involves the pulp, cracked or fractured tooth due to trauma, excessive wear of enamel and dentine exposing the pulp, and sometimes as a result of severe gum disease.


Signs of pulp damage may include pain, prolonged sensitivity to heat or cold, discoloration of the tooth, swelling, tenderness of the overlying gums or a bad taste in the mouth. On the other hand, there may be no symptoms at all. If pulp inflammation or infection is left untreated, it can eventually cause pain, swelling and loss of the supporting bone. 

If you feel you experiencing symptoms as above and may require root canal treatment, dont sit and wait in pain call the 24 Hour Dentists on 020 8245 7575.

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