Emergency Dentist Edinburgh
We provide Emergency Dental Care at our practice in Edinburgh City Centre at affordable and competitive cost. Our goal is immediate dental treatment and pain relief, so don’t suffer in pain, help is only a call away any day of the week. Some oral health problems like broken tooth, broken denture, wisdom tooth pain, toothache, broken veneer, dental abscess, dental trauma, the chipped tooth require urgent dental care.
Frederick Street Dental Care is one of the few dental clinics in Edinburgh providing Dental services 7 days a week, open late on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays.
What Should I do if I have a Dental Emergency in Edinburgh?
Initially, call your own regular dentist as they may have emergency slots and /or advice available. You can also call your Local Emergency Dentist. If you are experiencing difficulty getting an appointment, you can always call us on 0131 629 1158 or Email us to book an emergency consultation with one of our experienced dentists.
Can I get an Emergency Dentist appointment in Edinburgh?
Have a dental emergency? Frederick Street Dental Care offers same-day treatments. Whether you are already a patient of ours or you are looking for an emergency dentist, we are here and always welcome you. Call us immediately and we will schedule an emergency appointment for you.
How much Emergency Dentist Edinburgh Cost?
It’s hard for us to give you an exact price without seeing the extent of injuries. A dentist will take your pain/emergency history and carry out a consultation. To determine the cause of issue may require digital X-ray. Then he will discuss treatment options available for dealing with it and always provides you with a full written treatment plan so that you are fully aware of the costs involved with your treatment before any proposed treatment begins. This can be complete emergency treatment or temporary emergency treatment that may be followed up by further appointments later if requires. Should you wish to return to your own dentist for the completion of your treatment, you are welcome to do so. We will provide you with a copy of any digital X-rays that we have taken at no additional cost, so that your own dentist can complete the rest of your treatment.
What to do with a Swollen Face?
A swollen face is one of the most common reasons to seek out an emergency dentist . Swollen faces can arise very gradually over the course of a day or two, but sometimes can be rapid. It can arise due medications or chemicals, and treatment is dependent upon the cause, and an accurate diagnosis. Swollen faces can cause a lot of anxiety, and left untreated can cause complications. Further help can be found by visiting an emergency dentist edinburgh near me
What Painkiller do I need to use for Toothache?
Toothache is one of the most common reasons to see an emergency dentist. It can occur due to multitude of reasons, vary in intensity and duration. Everyone reacts differently to painkillers for dental pain. There are a few over the counter painkillers which are readily available.
Ibuprofen- this can really help with toothache as it is an anti-inflammatory as well as an analgesic. It is not advised for asthmatics or people with certain stomach problems.
Paracetamol- This is readily available over the counter and comes in tablet and soluble. Many patients find this effective for dental pain.
Paracetamol and Codeine or Paramol- is combination tablet. The codeine component is an opioid and can cause drowsiness which may impair normal function. It is advised to seek an urgent dental care if you have toothache.
What Should I do if I’m having pain from my wisdom tooth growing in?
Wisdom teeth can become infected when the eruption of the wisdom tooth is blocked by the tooth in front of it or when food and plaque trap between the wisdom tooth and its overlying gum. Contact your own regular dentist as they may have emergency slots and /or advice available. You can also call your Local Emergency Dentist. While you are waiting for an appointment to see an emergency dentist, pain medication and warm salt water rinses are recommended. If you are experiencing difficulty getting an appointment, you can always call us on 0131 629 1158 or Email us to book an emergency consultation with one of our experienced dentists.
Do you provide weekend Emergency Dental Services in Edinburgh?
After looking through many sites, despite the advertisements, we found very few options for an emergency dentist Edinburgh open on weekend in Edinburgh. Frederick Street Dental Care has increased morning and evening hours of operation to help our patients with general availability and weekend emergency dental care. We are now open 7 days a week. If you are experiencing a dental emergency, call 0131 629 1158 or book an appointment and get the treatment necessary as soon as possible.
What is your dental emergency?
How to access this service?
This is an appointment based private dental emergency service. Please call to arrange an appointment. Payments are immediate and we accept cash, debit cards and credit cards.
Our location and transport links allow us to provide emergency dental service for East Lothian, Midlothian, West Lothian and City of Edinburgh. Some of the main areas we serve are;