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Dental Emergencies

If it has been recommended that you have specific dental treatment, the following information will provide additional information. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Trauma/ sports injury

Not all tooth traumas result in tooth loss. Impact can cause a cracked tooth, fractured roots or tooth intrusion (tooth pushed back into jaw). Injuries such as these should be seen by Wargrave Dental Clinic as soon as possible to analyse the severity and develop a treatment plan to rectify the issues.


Sensitive or cracked teeth

Pain maybe felt when eating certain food groups, or when breathing in cold air. Sensitivity can be caused when there is gum/bone loss from gum disease, brushing too hard or not brushing enough, or from sugary foods or teeth grinding. Working together we can ease these sensitivities through treatment, dental education and oral health maintenance.


Abscess/swelling/infections

We would highly recommend that you attend for an appointment to assess your mouth/teeth if you have symptoms that you feel contribute towards swelling, infection or abscess.


Tooth Grinding

Clenching or grinding your teeth unconsciously may lead to broken teeth, pain when chewing or jaw ache. Wearing a mouth guard at night will protect your teeth from this involuntary muscle movement. Wargrave Dental Clinic is able to provide custom made mouth guards to help ease this pain.


Wisdom teeth

Wisdom teeth are the final molars to erupt in adulthood. In some cases wisdom can erupt with no or little problems. It is even possible for wisdom teeth to lay undisturbed. However they may become impacted (trapped under bone, on their side or not fit to the opposing tooth), this may cause pain, swelling and infection. An x-ray can identify the reason for the wisdom tooth pain so that the best form of removal is identified. We are experienced at extracting all types of wisdom teeth and the problems they may throw at us. If a surgical procedure is required for removal, or you are a nervous patient, sedation options are available to you.


Loose teeth

A loose tooth in adulthood indicates a potential dental health problem. If you visit us at the first sign of a loose tooth, we will determine the cause and severity, and develop a treatment plan to help save your tooth.


Complex and routine dental extractions

If a tooth suffers decay or trauma sometimes extraction is the only viable route. X-rays will be used to assess the tooth and reveal any potential complications. We understand that extractions can cause nervousness in patients. Our vast experience in routine and complex extractions means we strive to make you feel as comfortable and as pain free as possible and ensure the issue is treated efficiently and effectively. The option of sedation will be made available to you.

“I had a wisdom tooth extraction which I was pertified about….Ranju was outstanding! I’ve recommended Wargrave Dental Clinic to everyone I know!”

Mrs M, Wokingham

“After 2 years of not being able to eat due to pain, I finally found you guys! Incredible service and care and I can finally smile again.”

Mr Kingston

Totally committed, even opening the clinic on a Sunday to deal with my oral abscess emergency.”

Mr Thomas

“Thank you for your prompt help. I cannot praise you highly enough – as a nervous patient your care and understanding in an emergency was exemplary.

Mrs Taylor, Reading

“We wanted to thank you so much for all you did after our fall. You went above and beyond and for that we are very grateful.”

Mrs A