Emergency impacted tooth treatment appointment near King's Cross
If you require an emergency impacted tooth treatment, our clinic is located just a couple of minutes walk from King’s Cross St Pancras station. We take walk-in patients and emergency appointments within our working hours and pride ourselves with helping Londoners with their dental needs for over 20 years.
An impacted tooth left untreated can cause a range of issues including facial swelling, gum and tooth infection, tooth decay, and others. Do not wait for the problem to become severe; seek treatment as early as you can to secure your dental health.
Book an appointment online or give our friendly receptionists a call at 020 8748 9365.
Impacted canine teeth
If you suspect you have impacted canine teeth, the first step would be to identify the condition. To do so, the dentist will first take an X-ray. If possible, eruption techniques may be used to help the tooth erupt naturally without causing harm to the rest of the teeth.
Additional consultation with an oral surgeon and an orthodontist may be required, as well as a 3D scan of the jaw. At LDN Dental and the Baker Street Dental Clinics Group, we are fully equipped with an onsite 3D Cone Beam CT Scan to carry out the entire treatment from beginning to end.
During an emergency appointment where an impacted tooth treatment is required, we will first focus on managing any pain and discomfort you may feel. We will then assess your case and provide you with a comprehensive treatment plan, allowing you to review all of your options and choose the most suitable one.
Emergency impacted wisdom tooth treatment
If a wisdom tooth trying to erupt doesn’t have sufficient space to do so, it may start twisting inside the jaw and pushing the rest of the teeth. This can lead to a number of issues, including teeth misalignment, tooth decay, gum infection, and more. In some cases, the process will remain unnoticed, with only a minor sense of pressure in the mouth, similar to the one caused by stress teeth grinding.
How to prepare for an impacted tooth treatment?
No specific preparation is required before your emergency appointment. If you’re experiencing pain, we would strongly recommend avoiding medication before you’re seen by a dentist and only rinsing with salt water to relieve the discomfort.
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