What is a dental emergency in Manchester?
A dental emergency is a terrifying experience. At YOR Dental in Salford Quays, we urge any existing or new patient from Trafford, Salford, Salford Quays and throughout Manchesterto contact us as soon as possible to see the emergency dentist.
Don’t suffer with toothache or any kind of dental pain. The quicker you can see the emergency dentist, the faster you can heal and prevent further dental problems from occurring.
At YOR Dental, we offer a same-day service for all dental emergencies. We also give antibiotics on site.
We class dental emergencies as anything that is causing you pain or bleeding to your teeth, mouth, or gums. The most common dental emergencies include:
- Lost or broken crowns
- Chipped teeth and fillings
- Knocked out tooth
Please call our friendly team on 0161 713 3655 to book an appointment to see the emergency dentist as soon as possible.
What is the cost to see the emergency dentist for a same day appointment in Manchester?
If you see the emergency dentist for a same day appointment within working hours, the cost for the appointment is £100 which includes any x-rays.
If you see the emergency dentist for a same day appointment out of working hours, the cost for the appointment is £350 and this includes, x-rays, anti-biotics, pain relief and any temporary restorations. Pre-payment is required at the time of booking.
Please call us on 0161 713 3655 to book a same day appointment to see the emergency dentist.
Yor Dental for
There are many reasons why patients from Trafford, Salford, Salford Quays, and throughout Manchester choose YOR Dentalfor dental hygiene treatments. We offer:
Treatment planning to promote good oral health for life.
A warranty on any dental work at the practice.
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What are the benefits of Emergency Dentist?
Some of the more common dental emergencies that we see in patients from Salford, Salford Quays, Trafford and throughout Manchester include:
- An avulsed tooth: An avulsed tooth, also known as a knocked-out tooth is where the tooth becomes dislodged from its socket. Usually this occurs because of trauma or an accident.
This is a frightening dental emergency but call us or ask a friend to phone the emergency dentist as soon as possible because saving a knocked-out tooth is time critical. The quicker you are seen by the emergency dentist, the more likely the chance of saving and re-implanting your tooth.
Make sure you handle the tooth only by the crown and not by the roots.
Prevent the knocked-out toothfrom drying out by keeping it in your mouth or putting it into a cup of cold milk to bring with you to the emergency dentist.
- Toothache: A nagging toothache can be unbearable. Whilst you wait to see the emergency dentist, take paracetamol for the pain. Try rinsing your mouth in salty water to ease the ache and avoid consuming anything very hot or cold.
- Chipped or broken tooth: It’s important that you see the emergency dentist immediately after chipping or breaking a tooth because it is more susceptible to infection which can cause toothache or damage later.
With a chipped tooth, the emergency dentist may be able to smooth down the uneven edges and replace any missing parts with a tooth-colored filling.
If you break a back molar, this may have to be replaced with a crown.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will treatment for a dental emergency hurt?
Will you remove my tooth?
If you have an infection in your tooth, we will try to remove the infection and save the tooth using a filling.
If your tooth is damaged, we will aim to firstly make sure that it is secure and then treat it to make sure it looks and feels better.