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Emergency Dentist

Get immediate relief from your dental pain, prevent further damage to your teeth and gums with our emergency dental service in Gloucester.

Whether you are suffering from toothache, swelling, you’ve lost or damaged a tooth or your sensitive teeth are driving you crazy, we can help.

Call us on 01452524024 immediately for help. For out of hours emergency service please contact the247dentist on 03301759995.

What is a dental emergency?

If you are suffering from a dental emergency, you should seek help immediately. It’s considered a dental emergency if you need treatment to stop bleeding, relieve pain or prevent accidental tooth loss.

This can include:

  • Severe toothache
  • Uncontrolled bleeding from the mouth
  • The loss of a tooth due to injury or impact
  • An oral infection such as an abscess
  • A swollen or aching jaw
  • A bad taste in your mouth with a fever or trouble breathing

What to expect from an emergency dental appointment

When you attend your emergency dental appointment, your dentist will first examine your mouth and identify the cause of the problem. They will offer pain relief and explain any additional treatment required.

This may include reinserting a lost tooth, treating an abscess or performing a root canal treatment. If you need to undergo further treatment such as dental implants or bridges, this can be scheduled at a time that suits you.

Benefits of Emergency Dentist at Cotteswold House Dental Care

  • Relieve pain immediately
  • Save your tooth
  • Reduce the risk of complications
  • Faster recovery

Book a free appointment with our friendly Treatment Coordinator

We pride ourselves on offering an outstanding dental service that makes a real difference to people’s lives. There’s a reason why our clients call us the best dental practice in Gloucester.

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How soon do I need to visit the dentist?
If you have a dental emergency, you must seek help as soon as possible, especially if you have lost a tooth. With the right care, you could prevent further damage and relieve pain immediately.
Is an emergency dentist the same as a general dentist?
An emergency dentist is usually a general dentist who has undergone the extra training required to provide emergency care.
Can I go to my local A&E for my dental emergency?
You should always make an emergency dental appointment to treat your problem, instead of visiting your local A&E unless you have experienced trauma to the face or mouth, you are experiencing severe breathing or you have life-threatening symptoms.
Do I need to see my general dentist too?
This depends on the emergency. You may need to see your general dentist for further treatment or a check-up to ensure that the problem is resolved.