Emergencies Dental
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Dental emergencies don't wait, and neither do we.

Timely and efficient care for all dental emergencies

At British Dental Clinic we have over 25 years of experience in the field of dentistry, which has allowed us to develop our efficiency to the maximum for emergency dental care.

We have a team of highly qualified dentists in La Laguna and state-of-the-art equipment, which allows us to offer an efficient and safe service for the care of various emergency dental problems.

Our services include immediate care for toothaches, emergency extractions, bleeding, dental infections, dental pain and more.

You will be seen as soon as you arrive at our clinic, without having to wait a second longer. We will be 100% available for you during our opening hours (09:00 to 13:00 and 14:00 to 17:00 – Monday to Friday).

Some of the most common types of dental emergencies include:

  • Immediate pain relief from inflammation or oral bleeding (such as bleeding gums).
  • Repair of cracked, broken, chipped or fractured teeth.
  • Emergence of a phlegmon (also known as a dental abscess).
  • Urgent root canal treatment if you are in severe pain due to tooth decay.
  • Relief of discomfort caused by dentures or dental implants.
  • Problems related to a treatment that is being carried out and has not yet been completed (endodontics, braces, etc.).

Why should you go to the Emergency Dentist?

Some of the reasons why you should see an emergency dentist are:

- If you have a severe tooth, gum or toothache.
- If you have a broken or chipped tooth that is causing you a lot of discomfort.
- If you have an infection, tooth abscess or abscessed tooth, or abscessed tooth
- If you are experiencing sudden bleeding from your teeth

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Frequently Asked Questions Dentista de Urgencias en La Laguna

To prevent dental emergencies there are some recommendations you can follow:

  • Don’t eat foods that are too hard and don’t open or hold things with your teeth.
  • If you play contact sports, such as football or rugby, wear a splint or mouthguard.
  • If you travel by car, wear your seat belt. This way, if there is an accident or the vehicle brakes suddenly, you will reduce the risk of injury and damage to your mouth.

If you experience severe mouth pain, persistent bleeding, a broken tooth or jaw trauma, you should call us immediately. These are all cases of dental emergencies.

If you don’t receive timely care during an emergency, the damage can worsen over time. Infection can spread through the soft tissue and cause chronic pain, inflammation or even loss of a tooth. If you have a broken tooth, as the days go by, the chance of reshaping it will diminish.

We value your time and prioritise your health

We work to ensure you get the treatment you need as quickly as possible so you don’t have to waste time with pain and discomfort.

Always at your disposal

A dental emergency should be dealt with in no time at all. That’s why at British Dental Clinic you’ll be seen as soon as you walk into the clinic.