Emergency Dentistry Services in Worthing on a Private Basis
Are you experiencing serious dental pain and require urgent medical attention? Have you lost or chipped a tooth, or broken a crown in a fall or sporting accident?
If you experience any of these:
- Swollen face.
- Avulsed (displaced) teeth.
Or if you suffer any other dental emergency in Worthing or neighbourhood, then Marine Dental Practice offers a safe pair of hands.
Our efficient, same-day emergency service has a reputation for professional pain-management and accurate diagnosis in a crisis. At Marine Dental, we can be relied upon to take care of your injuries and help prevent ongoing problems.
Severe dental issues can sometimes be life-threatening. All dental emergencies tend to involve pain. Even an individual who has always dutifully managed their dental hygiene to the highest standards can be faced by an unexpected emergency when least convenient.
So whatever your urgent requirement, Marine Dental have years of solid experience and are fully equipped to provide speedy, effective treatment.
If you suddenly require dental care treatment – for you or a loved one – in Worthing or the surrounding area, there’s no need to panic. Just call Marine Dental now on 01903 234136 and we guarantee a swift and satisfactory response.
Types of dental emergencies we can treat at Marine Dental Practice
At Marine Dental, we understand that dental emergencies can cause a lot of discomfort and can escalate into more severe pain, as well as create long-term problems, if not correctly managed.
Our commitment to your dental health is total and we’ll be happy to help as soon you reach out to us.
To recap: our specialists can treat all classes of emergency, including knocked-out teeth, toothache, gum swellings, dental abscesses and all the common sporting injuries.
We can also competently take care of serious mouth injury, continuous bleeding in the mouth, fractured teeth or a broken crown resulting from a fall.
Here are some more detailed descriptions of the dental emergencies we can manage:
If the patient is an adult, besides administering the right antibiotics to relieve the pain, one of the first things our emergency dental team will do is to keep the tooth moist to preserve the root structure and nerve. We will not even touch the tooth by its root. As long as there’s no choking risk, we will make sure to keep the damaged tooth tucked inside the patient’s cheek.
An alternative quick first aid tip for a knocked-out tooth is to wrap it in a wet paper towel. Alternatively, we drop the tooth into a glass of milk, as dairy milk has the required (similar) pH level.
Once we’ve kept the tooth moist and it’s been stabilised, we get the patient moved to our surgery so our dentists and staff can carry out more extensive long term repairs using the rescued tooth.
A dental abscess is a tooth infection that takes hold from the root, or between the gum and the tooth. Dental abscesses often come as a result of tooth decay, but other causes may be responsible such as dental trauma from a broken or chipped tooth, or as a by-product of gum disease or gingivitis.
If struck in the mouth during sports or after a fall, you should quickly contact our emergency dentistry team to obtain treatment and pain-relief.
If you suspect your jaw bone may have dislocated or broken, which is a serious medical condition, it’s best for you immediately to visit A & E at the nearest hospital.
We are also able quickly and effectively to handle other, less critical although upsetting dental problems such as loose crowns and broken dentures.
Whatever the dental dilemma, if it causes discomfort to you or a family member – or you think the situation requires immediate assistance – call Marine Dental Practice now on 01903 234136.
We will provide you with a prompt response and, if necessary, further treatments in a calm and relaxed environment.
A Worthing dentist you can trust
When you call us at Marine Dental Practice for any urgent dental care, you are guaranteed fast, appropriate medical care delivered with professional attention to detail. All our dentists are fully qualified in their specialties and our work complies with all EU and UK regulations.
Our healthcare facility is state-of-the-art and we take pains to ensure that our treatment environment is comfortable. The less distressed we can make you feel the more likely you are to respond well to treatment.
Need emergency dental help? Contact us without delay
If you’d like to contact us for emergency private appointment or to see one of our specialist dentists, please call us today on 01903 234136.
We can arrange for a ‘regular’ appointment during the daytime or book you in for an ’emergency’ consult if you require it. You can also seek treatment via the NHS helpline – details of the telephone number are available from our out-of-hours answering service.