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Dental Emergencies

- Broken or chipped teeth, crowns or veneers
- Toothache & root canals
- Tooth extractions & wisdom teeth removal
- Bruxism or jaw pain from clenching & grinding

Dental emergencies in Marylebone

Treatments for jaw ache, tooth ache and broken teeth

Dental emergencies in Marylebone. We are here for you and will do our best to relieve your pain or discomfort and restore your smile, whatever your dental emergency.

  • Broken or chipped teeth, crowns, and veneers
  • Toothache and root canals
  • Tooth extractions, and wisdom teeth removal
  • Bruxism and jaw pain from clenching or grinding your teeth

We urge patients to contact us at the earliest opportunity, preferably first thing in the morning as we have daily emergency appointments available to accommodate patients in pain.

Please book by using the links below, or scroll doen this page to find out more about our emergency treatments.

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Bruxism Treatments - Clenching or Grinding Teeth, & TMDs

Jaw pain from clenching or grinding, lock jaw and jaw dislocation can all be prevented by a custom made mouthguard after consulting with your dentist. Some of the common conditions we treat are:

  • Bruxism – this is associated with sleep conditions such as snoring and sleep apnoea, and general stress or anxiety. When you unconsciously grind or clench your teeth this is referred to as bruxism. Jaw pain from clenching or grinding your teeth can lead to severe discomfort and in some cases, the fracturing of teeth.
  • Temporomandibular Disorders (TMDs) – a group of disorders that cause pain and dysfunction of the jaw joint (temporomandibular joint), and the muscles that control the movement of the jaw.

We can help prevent jaw pain, teeth clenching, and jaw damage by fitting you with a custom made mouth guard, which can be worn at night or in the daytime.

Please contact us below to book an appointment.

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Finding and Treating the cause of pain


Pain is how our body communicates that something is not right and needs attention. Toothache is no different and problems can occasionally begin with little or no warning signs. The cause of a toothache could be for a number of reasons such as inflamed gum tissue, an infection from a tooth or jaw pain – whatever the symptoms we would recommend you contact us if something doesn’t feel right – “better safe than sorry”

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When Accidents happen

Broken or Chipped Teeth

If you have broken a tooth, feel that a filling may have come loose, or perhaps there is a rough area on one of your teeth, please contact us to make an appointment. Repairs to your natural teeth are straightforward and can usually be completed on the day of your appointment. 

If a previous filling or a large section of your tooth has broken, we will ensure a temporary filling is placed to relieve you of discomfort and arrange a future appointment to complete your treatment. 

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Panic and embarrassment

Loose or Lost Crowns, Bridges or Veneers

From time to time you may find that your crown, bridge or veneer can come loose – it often happens at the most inconvenient of times when you have an important meeting or event planned and can often be quite stressful.

Please do not be alarmed – if intact these can usually be recemented during an emergency appointment. Please keep your crown, bridge or veneer safe and bring it to your appointment and we will do our best to recement it.

If you notice that your crown, bridge or veneer feel loose we advise not to leave this untreated as food and bacteria can gather in areas that are difficult for you to clean which increases the risk of decay.

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