Replacing Missing Teeth in Glasgow
Are you suffering from tooth loss? Contact An Emergency Dentist In Glasgow Today
If you have a missing or badly broken tooth and would like to replace it to help you eat food with comfort or smile with confidence then you have a number of dental treatment options available. It is important that you have regular dental check-ups with your dentist and that you have any missing teeth replaced as soon as you possibly can to prevent any excess wear to existing teeth in the long terms. If you are in immediate pain or discomfort please do not hesitate to contact us. An emergency Dentist can be contacted by calling the number at the bottom of the page.
Replacing missing, decayed or broken teeth can greatly improve your appearance and general health. Teeth replaced at the Berkeley Clinic are made to match the colour of your own natural teeth. Our clinical care team can restore your smile in a single visit, so no one will ever know that you have a fake or restored tooth.
Dental Emergencies - Consult With An Emergency Dentist In Glasgow
If you have injured your mouth or knocked out teeth please contact our Emergency Dentist Number below so we can advise the best course of action for you. If Injuries to teeth or the mouse are left untreated this can result in infection. These injuries left untreated can result in permanent damage.
Please use the links to find out which options are best for you.
If you would like to find out more about replacing missing teeth contact our care team to arrange your dental consultation.
Recovering From A Dental Injury
After a Dental Injury it is essential to treat your mouth with care in order to help aid recovery. We would recommend you follow the following steps-
- Eat soft foods and avoid hard foods and chewing. This is important to reduce pain if your mouth or gum is swollen and to prevent further damage
- Contact your dentist if the pain gets worse after being treated for the injury
- Take painkillers such as paracetamol or aspirin in the first few days after treatment if mild pain relief is needed.
How To Prevent Tooth Loss
Tooth Loss can be prevented by a following a number of different steps
- Brush your teeth twice daily to ensure optimum oral hygiene
- Ensure you visit your Dentist for a check-up if you have any pain or discomfort coming from your gums or teeth
- Try and reduce your sugar intake by cutting down on fizzy drinks and high sugar foods as these can lead to accelerated tooth decay
- Flossing your teeth once a day can greatly assist you with improving your overall oral hygiene