Cases Of Urgency

In emergencies, we accept patients outside the queue.

If you have any of the following problems, please call us immediately. We will provide you with dental care in the shortest possible time.

What is an Emergency?

This is a situation in which the patient is struggling with severe pain,

and failure to provide prompt assistance may result in irreversible changes or lead to more serious problems.
Below you will find the most common types of injuries that fall under the emergency category.

Mechanical injuries of the teeth

If, as a result of a mechanical injury to a permanent tooth, it falls out of the mouth, you should immediately visit a dentist. This gives the tooth a chance to be saved, i.e. re-inserting it into the mouth and restoring its function if the root is in good condition. However, remember that timely intervention is essential - it is best to take action within 30 minutes of the injury.

Strong pain when a tooth is broken

Have you broken a tooth as a result of e.g. impact and you feel intense pain? We will accept you in safe mode. However, if the pain has not appeared, please report to us for a standard appointment.

Tooth abscess

A tooth abscess is a threat not only to health, but also to life, which is why we always consider it an emergency. Increasing swelling of the gums can result in inflammation of the soft tissues, bones of the jaw, mandible and eye sockets, and even meningitis and sepsis.

Bleeding gums

If your gums are bleeding for no reason (e.g. irritation with a toothbrush while brushing your teeth), and you care about their hygiene at the same time, please contact us immediately. We will see you as an emergency, as bleeding gums may be a symptom of more serious problems.

How is the visit going?

First, the dentist will define the source of the problem.

In trauma from the emergency category, it is often also necessary to take an x-ray.

After the diagnosis, the doctor will suggest a treatment process that will help you as quickly and effectively as possible. After this type of visit, we also recommend a complete oral examination to exclude similar problems in the future.

Need a visit in emergency mode?

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