Emergency Dentist - Dental Clinic and Implant Centre has announced that they are offering out of hours emergency dental services in close to Holborn / Tottenham Court Road in Central London. This is for patients who are in an emergency situation because of a teeth injury incurred during their daily chores, and more. But most of all, people who usually go to an emergency dentist are suffering from excruciating pain or when the pain is no longer bearable and treatment must be provided as soon as possible.
They want to emphasize that patients not to worry because they are taking the highest safety measures to prevent coronavirus infection. Some of these measures are: regular surface sanitization, both in the waiting room and the operatory, the use of special high-end filtration systems; use of mask to cover the face; use of visors; temperature check for everyone who comes to the dental office; strictly only one person allowed to stay in the waiting room at the same time; and use of a questionnaire to filter out cases without fever.
Greg Murray from Emergency Dentist - Dental Clinic and Implant Centre says, “People with broken teeth due to an accident should be seen immediately by an emergency dentist. Patients who suffer from knocked teeth need to see an emergency dentist who would take care of the problem. The person should call a London emergency dentist to book an appointment as soon as possible.”
He continues, “Dentures fractured in an accident, damage to orthodontic braces are some other problems which are handled by an emergency dentist. Getting an appointment with a dentist is pretty easy and you could get it at any time or any day. An emergency dentist plays an incredibly important role, and if you've ever needed one, you'll understand the importance! Tooth pain can not only be painful but extremely worrying so knowing a reliable and professional emergency dentist can give you complete peace of mind that should something bad happen, it can be treated quickly and effectively.”
The primary emergency dental services they provide are tooth extraction, wisdom tooth extraction, and root canal treatments. Patients will also not need to worry about encountering any communication problem because they have multilingual dentists who know English Hungarian, Polish, Italian, and more.
Emergency root canal treatment is vital in repairing and saving a tooth that has been infected or badly decayed. This procedure is done when the nerve of the tooth has been infected or the tooth pulp has been damaged. With root canal treatment, the nerve and pulp are removed and the inside of the tooth is cleaned and then sealed.
They also provide other general dentistry services. These include the provision of porcelain dental veneers, dental crowns, dental bridges, and dental extractions. They also offer cosmetic dentistry procedures. These include the provision of invisible dental fillings, teeth whitening, dental porcelain veneers, dental crowns, dental bridges, gingival bleaching and surgery, and teeth cleaning.
For missing teeth, they offer dental implants, allowing patients to regain their smile and self-confidence. They also provide root resection, gum grafting, bone grafting, dentures, overdentures, and all on four dentures. A root resection is provided when there is an infected root in a multi-root tooth. The infected root will be removed but the original tooth will be retained through the second root.
Those who would like to get more information regarding the emergency dental services offered at Emergency Dentist - Dental Clinic and Implant Centre may want to check out their website, or contact them on the telephone, or through email. They are open every day, from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm. They are reachable through the Tube via Holborn Station for the Central Line and Piccadilly Line, and Tottenham Court Road Station for the Central Line and Northern Line. Bus stops are available at the British Museum, Museum Street, and Russell Square.
Our Emergency Dental Practice offers same-day service for dental emergencies in Central London, United Kingdom. We are open on out-of-hours: on the weekends, on Saturdays on Sundays.
8F Gilbert Place
London, WC1A 2JD
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