There are few things worse than a toothache
You want that pain to stop IMMEDIATELY! Five minutes feels like an hour
We will do everything we can to help. Even opening the practice for our patients if possible. To become one of our patients and qualify for emergency care you will need to complete a medical history.
The price of an Emergency Appointment covers the dentist’s time and diagnosis. Treatment, materials and medicine will incur an additional charge that will be fully explained to you.
If you're not sure if your problem is an emergency, we offer this advice: if it hurts, it's an emergency. Even injuries that seem small can affect the living tissue inside your teeth and quick treatment improves your chances of saving them.
Don’t worry if you haven’t been a patient at WeLoveTeeth before, we serve as an emergency dentist to anyone in pain who can’t get an appointment at their usual NHS dentist in Weybridge, Staines, Leatherhead, Woking, Chertsey, Bracknell, Addlestone, Shepperton, Walton On Thames, Hersham, Esher, Cobham and Oxshott.
So if you’re looking for accessible, affordable dental care in an emergency, try us. Dental injuries are unfortunately a fact of life whether from sport or unlucky accidents like biting on a piece of food that’s too hard. The first thing we’ll do is alleviate your pain.
Nerves or blood vessels could be damaged and there’s also a risk of getting an infection which, if left untreated, could spread to other parts of the head and neck.
Chips or fractures affect the living tissue inside the tooth and the same is true of a lost filling or crown - if the tooth has lost its support it could easily be damaged further. That’s why getting vulnerable teeth repaired and treated as soon as possible is the best thing to do.
If you notice a severe crack or a large piece of tooth missing, or the tooth is knocked out completely, contact us for emergency treatment by phoning 01932 70 1234. If your tooth has been knocked out, try to handle it as little as possible.
See if you can put the tooth back in the socket. Biting down on moistened gauze or a wet tea bag can help. If you can't get it to stay in the socket, rinse it off to get rid of any visible dirt and keep it in a container of milk until we see you. You can apply a cold, wet compress to help with any bleeding coming from the tooth socket.
If the cause of your pain isn’t immediately obvious, call us anyway. It may be that you have an abscess that you can’t see. It still needs treating as soon as possible, so don’t suffer unnecessarily.