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Emergency Tooth Extraction London

We provide same-day emergency tooth extraction to our patients in London. Our team of dentists are always there to offer this service to both existing and new patients. You do not have to register with us for your emergency dental treatments. Feel free to schedule an appointment for your tooth extraction at anytime of the day.

All kinds of tooth extractions in our clinics are performed by dentists and specialists who have attained training in providing emergency dental care services. Intravenous sedation is available for anxious or nervous patients and on-site digital X-rays enable to carry out comprehensive diagnostic before tooth extraction.

How you will know if you require a tooth extraction

A consultation session with the dentist will help to determine if a tooth needs extraction. Several reasons may be there such as breaking of tooth beyond repair, severe gum infection, extreme caries or a cosmetic reason like teeth straightening. If a tooth has undergone root canal but there is bad smell coming from it, it is suggested to consult with the dentist.

Routine teeth checkup and removal

Regular extraction of tooth occurs when the tooth does not require an extensive method which is valid for most of our front teeth.

The routine tooth extraction lasts for a few minutes only. After the dentist completes the diagnosis, he applies topical sedation to numb the tooth area. For completing the extraction, the dentist will push the tooth slightly by releasing it from the bone and then pull it out. The method does not involve any pain and the recovery time is relatively quick with most patients do not facing discomfort.

Surgical method for tooth extraction

Surgical tooth extraction may be necessary for most teeth which are located at the back of e jaw or when a tooth is broken. You may book a surgical extraction at our clinic, and get the treatment done on time.

An X-ray will be needed before the surgical tooth extraction takes place. The dentist will carry out a full dental assessment and the tooth may be broken in two and each piece extracted separately for performing the procedure successfully. The extraction method is completely pain-free.

Extraction of impacted tooth

Whether you suffer from an impacted wisdom tooth or impacted canine, a surgical procedure is needed to lessen the risk of complications in your oral health.

The oral surgeon will be conducting extraction of impacted tooth after he carries out complete dental assessment. X-ray of the tooth and 3D visualisation of the bone and nerves in the jaw will be done before the procedure.

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Removal of wisdom tooth

Wisdom teeth, also called third molars, are the teeth that grow at the back of gums and are usually the last ones to knock off. The extraction of a wisdom tooth is among the common surgical dental methods to perform.

The dentists are trained in providing emergency wisdom tooth extraction and have been serving London patients for several years with positive reviews from them.

Recovery after tooth extraction

The recovery after a tooth extraction is for a short period for most people. This may range somewhere between seven to ten days, till the healing of gums. Patients can experience mild discomfort after the sedation effect wears out and the pain can be controlled by taking over-the-counter pain killers.

In order to avoid dry socket, it is advisable that you quit smoking till complete recovery and take soft foods only for a few days. Try to chew from the opposite side of mouth and avoid using a straw and do not sneeze in the first 24 hours after tooth extraction.

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Address: Emergency Dentist – Museum Dental Suites 70 Great Russell St, Holborn, London WC1B 3BN, UK