Caring and capable
An emergency of any nature can be a distressing and mentally trying time for all of those who are involved. At Polwarth Dental Clinic, our emergency dentists in Edinburgh have been providing residents of Edinburgh with the highest level of care and attentiveness in their emergency services for years, and have seen just about every conceivable dental disaster out there. As such, they are well equipped to provide the relief that you so badly need, and will do all that is in their extensive power to restore your smile back to its former glory, as fast as they can.
365 days of service
At Polwarth Dental Clinic, we are emergency dentists in Edinburgh who will make ourselves readily available to all of our registered patients who require our emergency services – regardless of the time or the day in which an accident has taken place. Given the nature of dental emergencies – and indeed any emergency – there is never a blanket solution, and no two are the same. This is why our out-of-hours team of expert emergency dentists in Edinburgh can be reached at any hour to provide a swift and reliable service when you need it most. There is currently a call-out fee for this service, although a large deal of this sum can be reclaimed if you are a member of our clinic. In the event of a dental emergency, it is of the highest priority that you seek out the care that is needed as swiftly as you can, and through calling upon our expert emergency dentist, you can rest assured that you are doing exactly that.
Understanding indicators of a dental emergency
At Polwarth Dental Clinic, we strongly believe that understanding the indicators of a dental emergency is paramount to ensuring you have the best possible chance for treatment. Whilst dental trauma resulting in the loss of a tooth is somewhat of a more obvious dental emergency, there are numerous other indicators that are perhaps slightly more difficult to identify. One such indicator that you may require a visit to our emergency dentist at Polwarth Dental Clinic, is a swollen jaw. This is often an indicator that you could have a potentially severe infection somewhere within your jaw. If the swelling in your jaw is accompanied by a bad taste in your mouth, difficulty breathing, a fever or difficulty swallowing, we urge you to seek out the help of one of our emergency dentists immediately. An infection within your saliva gland prevents it from breaking down food and bacteria and such a blockage – if left untreated swiftly, can sometimes manifest into a far more serious health concern. This is why if you are experiencing one or more of these symptoms, we urge you not to hesitate and to call one of our expert, fully trained and proficient emergency dental specialists to arrange a full examination. In doing so, you may prevent a potentially serious infection from developing. If ever you are unsure about something which may be an indicator of a dental emergency, just visit our practice at Polwarth Dental Clinic to have a consultation or examination arranged by one of our committed staff, to help you take control of the problem and stop it before it can become anything worse.