Emergency Dentistry

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There When You Need Us

When time is of the essence, you need a dentist you can rely on. Cracking a tooth, bleeding, swelling or injury to the jaw can all leave you in substantial pain.

At West Dental, we’re here to help. When disaster strikes, our team will be there with the emergency treatment you need.

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We can assess, diagnose and treat you to get your smile working once more. We’ll help you return to normality with pain relief, help you chew normally again, replace missing teeth, replace failing dental work and much more.



Toothache is common. But, a consistent or recurring toothache could be a sign of issues like decay, which could lead to more severe problems like tooth loss if left untreated. So, if you’re in pain, don’t hesitate to call our team now.


Broken Teeth

Breaking a tooth can leave you in pain and panic. From sports injuries to chewing something too hard, broken teeth are an inconvenience. Our emergency team can give you fast, same-day treatment for your damaged tooth.


Missing Teeth

If you’ve lost a tooth through injury or another mishap, call our team straight away. We’ll provide a rescue remedy and may even be able to save the original tooth if you act fast enough.


Failed Dental Work

Not all dental work is as durable and long-lasting as ours. When crowns and fillings fail, it can be uncomfortable or even downright painful. It’s crucial to get assessed by a professional straight away before infection sets in.


Broken Braces

During orthodontic treatment, wires can snap, and brackets can break – leaving you in discomfort and pain. Let us help. One visit is all it takes to repair broken braces and get your treatment back on track.


Dental Abscesses

Abscesses are painful boils caused by the build-up of bacteria. If you have an abscess, you need to have it treated to avoid worsening pain and complications. Don’t wait another moment to contact our emergency team.

Emergency Dental FAQs

  • If you’re in constant pain, have experienced trauma to the mouth, have swelling or excessive bleeding, you should contact our clinic straight away.

  • Yes, if you don’t address any pain you’re in, it could develop into more severe issues. Toothache is usually a sign of something underlying such as an infection.

  • No, you should use a cold compress for toothaches or abscesses to help with the pain. Hot compresses might exacerbate things.

  • You should elevate your head, apply a cold compress, avoid hard food and use over-the-counter pain medication.

Call Us Now

Our team provides evening and weekend care for patients in urgent need. Contact us to book your appointment.