Emergency toothache relief appointment near King's Cross
For Londoners requiring emergency toothache relief, we offer appointments in our clinic located just a couple of minutes walk from the King’s Cross St Pancras station. Active treatment is carried out on first emergency appointments by our experienced and highly trained dentists and specialists.
Depending on the cause of toothache, a custom treatment plan will be prepared for you to approve after the initial assessment. Topical sedation is administered before all active treatments, and intravenous sedation is available for our nervous dental patients.
Book an appointment online or give our friendly receptionists a call at 020 8748 9365.
Toothache relief: what are the options?
Depending on the cause of the toothache, the dentist approach to toothache relief will vary. When caries is the cause of pain and discomfort, the only possible treatment is to remove the cavity, sterilise the tooth, and apply a filling. At LDN Dental, we work with the finest materials, offering mercury-free dentistry to our patients.
If your toothache is caused by a more serious issue, such as a dental abscess or the need for a root canal treatment, the dentist will assess the condition and suggest the appropriate approach. In most complex cases, an additional appointment (or more) may be required for the cause of the toothache to be irradicated.
If you’ve cracked or broken a tooth, the nerves may have gotten exposed which inevitably causes toothache. Depending on the severity of the crack, this can be treated with either cosmetic bonding, dental veneers, or a dental crown. At LDN Dental we offer same-day dental veneers and crowns to our patients and can have your treatment completed in just a few short hours.
Toothache relief for complex dental issues
In some cases, toothache will only occur when the tooth and the nerves are severely impacted. In these cases, the most sensible solution may be a tooth extraction.
Although only used by dentists as the last resort, tooth removal may help you increase your overall oral strength and protect the rest of your teeth from damage, as well as the entire organism from infection.
Home remedies for toothache relief
If you’re experiencing severe toothache you should visit a dentist as soon as possible. Where possible, avoid taking any medication before the appointment. If the pain becomes unbearable, rinse your mouth with warm saltwater. Over-the-counter pain killers containing paracetamol can also help. Do not exceed the prescribed dose, and ensure the medication is suitable for you.
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