ou should use sensitive toothpaste and apply it to the tooth and gum area.
Your dentist should be contacted quickly, and they can then re-cement the crown. If you can’t get to a practice during surgery hours, a local pharmacy can have a temporary cement kit available, though this will not last for a very long period.
Normal symptoms are signs of redness and swelling of the gum, bad breath, a discharge/pus, pain, and the affected area feeling hot plus swelling of the face.
On average, 15 years, though this can be more in some cases.
A major reason is because they don’t contain mercury. Aesthetically, they look better than metal fillings.
No, and indeed they should aid any sensitivity you already have.
When over two thirds of a tooth requires filling, then the best option is normally considered to be a crown.
Most people will be eligible, though eligibility is dependent on a person’s medical history. A thorough consultation will determine this.
Normal side effects can range from a mild headache to the forehead and brow feeling heavy. Light bruising and oedema may also result at the injection site. Any symptoms will disappear after several days.
In the majority of cases, around fifteen to thirty minutes.
Yes. Facial rejuvenation can result in, depending where the filler is placed, the lifting of the cheek and jaw areas and the nasal labial folds. A firmer and more youthful face will be the result, with the removal of deep and fine wrinkles and skin peels. The skin will also have a glowing quality.
Botox and fillers can last from a period of six to nine months. Wonderful looking skin may last indefinitely with the correct skin regime, and by the use of ingredients, products and treatments that can penetrate the skin barrier.
What to do in an emergency
During Surgery Hours
If you have a dental emergency during the opening hours of the surgery, call us immediately on 0161 973 3501. We will arrange an appointment with you on the day that you phone us. We endeavour to deal with your problem as soon as we can. Surgery Hours are:
Surgery Hours are:
|Monday||8.30am - 6.00pm|
|Tuesday||8.30am - 7.00pm|
|Wednesday||9.00am - 7.00pm|
|Thursday||8.30am - 6.00pm|
|Friday||8.30am - 1.00pm|
Outside of Surgery Hours
If you experience a dental emergency outside of surgery hours please call 0161 973 3501 and follow the instructions on our answer machine. If you need to leave a message simply speak after the instructions.
What to do if you lose a tooth
If you lose a tooth is it important that you don’t panic; simply follow these instructions:
- DO NOT hold a tooth by its root
- DO NOT use water or disinfectant to wash the tooth
- DO NOT allow the tooth to dry out
- DO make an appointment at the dentist or visit the hospital as soon as possible
- DO push the tooth back into the socket if it is clean
- DO keep the tooth in your mouth if possible. Place in milk if not possible
- DO take painkillers
Ensuring Safety in Sports
Sports such as rugby and hockey are major causes of dental traumas experienced by children. It is important that children wear fitted mouth guards and wear correct safety equipment. We can provide tailor-made mouth guards which are of a higher quality than those moulded in hot water.
Please give us a call on 0161 973 3501 for more information.