Pearl Dental Clinic offer emergency dental repair services that are second to none. Whether you are suffering from a broken tooth, a missing crown, a damaged brace, or some other issue, we can help. We are open right up until 10pm every single night (including Saturday and Sunday) to ensure we are there when you need us most.
Emergency Dental Repair In London
- Breaking a tooth can be extremely upsetting and stressful. However, it could just be a simple repair that is needed if the main structure of the tooth is still intact. One of our highly trained dentists can take a look and assess the damage. Following this, a prompt course of action will be followed to try and restore the tooth to its former glory. In most cases, the tooth can be fixed.
- Broken braces need fixing as soon as possible. If not they can slow down the progress of teeth straightening while extending the time needed to keep your device in place. Also, broken braces, whether that be fixtures or wires, can cause damage to the gums and surrounding soft tissues.
- Broken crowns or dental veneers may simply need reattaching using a strong dental glue or cement. However, in some cases, they may need replacing altogether. Here at the clinic, we have a prompt repair service that can get you on your way in no time. We understand how important it is to get your teeth restored as soon as possible.
If you are in need of emergency dental treatment then please call the clinic on 0203 750 5302. In addition to this, we offer a vast range of general dental treatments for great, all round, dental health. The clinic also offers a beautiful array of cosmetic dentistry procedures. These treatments can enhance, rejuvenate, and improve the look of the teeth, skin, and lips. Why not give us a try and see how we can help you with all your dental needs.
Pearl Dental Clinic is open 7 days a week from 9am to 10pm. You can book an appointment by calling us on 0203 750 5302 or emailing us or booking an appointment online.
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