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Emergency Dentist in St Neots, Cambridgeshire

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In case of an emergency during practice hours, please contact the practice immediately. We will always endeavour to see a patient in pain on the same day, but please do call as early as possible to avoid disappointment. Our phone lines open at 8 am Monday to Friday.

If you require emergency treatment outside surgery hours, please phone the practice (01480 213999) where you will hear a message on the answer phone detailing the specific arrangements for the day.

The Importance of Emergency Dental Care

Emergency dental care is a crucial aspect of maintaining overall health and well-being. It serves as a lifeline in times of unexpected dental crises, offering prompt treatment and relief from pain and discomfort.

Pain Management

Dental emergencies often involve severe pain and discomfort. Immediate care helps alleviate suffering and ensures a quick return to normalcy.

Preventing Complications

Delaying treatment can lead to the exacerbation of dental problems, potentially resulting in more extensive and costly interventions down the road.

Preserving Teeth

Swift action in cases of trauma or tooth damage can significantly increase the chances of saving the affected tooth.

Addressing Infections

Dental infections, if left untreated, can spread to other parts of the body, posing serious health risks. Emergency dental care helps contain and treat infections promptly.

Minimising Discomfort

Dental emergencies can disrupt daily life. Timely care restores comfort, allowing patients to resume their regular activities.

Restoring Function

Dental emergencies often impair the ability to eat, speak, and carry out essential oral functions. Emergency treatment aims to restore normal function.