Emergency Services

#Broken Dentures # Teeth
# Toothache#Wisdom tooth#Lost tooth

A lost tooth, a broken tooth or might be a broken denture, toothache or a root canal, yes they are an ordeal which one has faced or might have to face it in some part of our lives. It leads to disruption in our everyday life. Making the right moves in times like these will put life at ease. Broken dentures can cause massive disruption to a denture wearer’s life and is thus considered a dental emergency. Without dentures, speak and eating will be affected. In turn, self-confidence will plummet, with further damage to mental and emotional wellbeing.

Despite going through all the grind dentures withstanding the pressure of the jawbone there are chances of it to wear off over a period of time. There could be other reasons too for the dentures to giveup like

  • Damage due to heat, incase boiling water is used during cleaning
  • Sudden impact due to the fall of the dentures on a hard surface.


A toothache is a pain in or around a tooth caused by various factors like Tooth decay, Abscessed tooth, fractured tooth, a worn out filling, grinding teeth or by Infected gums.

Paying heed to the symptoms Is rather important it could vary from a fever, Sharp shooting pain in the tooth, swelling around the tooth, or a foul smell from the infected tooth is the time that you need to see the dentist at the earliest without any further delay.

Root Canal Treatment

A root canal also known as endodontic therapy, is a procedure that’s used to treat a tooth infected from inside. It involves removing the inflamed or infected pulp from the tooth, before cleaning the root canal of all bacteria.

After its completely cleaned, the root canal and pulp are filled using a rubber filling before being sealed to prevent further bacteria entering.

Wisdom Tooth

As you age you get wiser, and with it comes the wisdom tooth. When they come through correctly, healthy wisdom teeth can help you chew. If they aren’t in the right position it can allow food to become trapped. Which gives way to cavity-causing bacteria a place to grow?  At times when the wisdom tooth doesn’t have room to come through due to crowded teeth in the jawline also may damage neighboring teeth.

A cyst on or near the impacted tooth could damage the roots of nearby teeth or destroy the bone that supports your teeth leading to pain, bleeding and a whole lot issues. You cant stay back rather than to see your dentist at the earliest.

Broken Tooth

A chipped tooth & if you’re not in pain it may not be a dental emergency and you can wait a few days to see a dentist. But in case of a fractured or cracked teeth the damage has occurred to the inside of the tooth as well as to the outside.  Which requires a dentists to intervene for the necessary course of action.

Lost Tooth

Tooth loss is a process in which one or more teeth come loose and fall out. For a child it’s a cycle of nature as the tooth is replaced by the permanent ones. But for the grownups losing teeth is undesirable, it could occur due to various reasons like due to injury or disease adding to dental woes.

There are various treatments available to cover up, but implants and bridges can restore your smile and improve your dental—and overall—health.

Broken Dentures

A broken denture is a matter of serious concern as it stops many from normal eating and speaking normally. And if the full dentures break or crack due to wear and tear its a prosthesis fracture. This is what it’s called with dentures broke in half. It is more common with the top denture but does occur with the bottom denture as well.

There is an urgent need to meet your dentist to have it fixed at the dental lab by the clinical dental technician.

Do’s and Dont’s in case of a denture emergency


See your Dentist immediately
In an emergency situation we have a same day denture service to fix it for you.


Don’t Google to fix your broken tooth
Don’t panic, Take a deep breath and look for your nearest dentist or a denture technician in London to fix it for you.

If you have broken dentures, call 020 7373 4846 now to book your emergency appointment.