Emergency Dentist Appointment Today - £25

Our friendly dentists will assess and advise you on what we can do to help you. Walk -in service also available.

01908 597900

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Your guide to Oakridge Dental Care for your dental emergency

When dental emergencies occur they can be can be extremely stressful and cause a lot of toothache. Broken or cracked teeth, dental abscesses, acute toothache and pain or even wisdom teeth pain will usually get worse if left untreated.

Oakridge Dental Care are available as emergency dentists in Milton Keynes, a state of the art dental practice, very easy to reach with free parking right outside the practice.

We are available to assess and treat a wide range of dental emergencies with most patient’s seen on the same day.
Whenever it is appropriate treatment will be provided immediately to get you out of pain.

With friendly and professional staff, experienced in the treatment of nervous patients, emergency dental care is provided to the highest standards using the latest techniques.

Find out more about some of the common emergency dental problems that we treat.

We have experienced and responsible emergency and family dentists who make all necessary efforts for your quick recovery.

We are open from 8.30 am daily till 5.30pm with late openings on Monday and Thursday till 7pm. On Saturday we can see you from 10am – 1pm.

Call us now on 01908 597900 or email us at info@oakridgedentalcare.co.uk

We will respond to you today!

Our dentist takes important information about your oral health priority to the treatment to provide you a suitable and quicker pain relieving treatment.

Affordable dental emergency treatments

We provide our patients with top class dentistry treatments at highly affordable rates. We promise to do the right thing for you and will not charge you any more than £49.

Common Dental Emergencies

1. Toothache Don’t delay professional treatment for your toothache. Call us to find out why you should reach for the phone before reaching for your painkillers.

2. Broken Tooth A broken tooth can often look as good as new after emergency dental treatment.

3. Wisdom Tooth Pain Early professional intervention is the only answer to wisdom tooth pain.

4. Bleeding Gums Bleeding gums are almost always a sign of gingivitis – a common, easily treatable gum disease.

5. Broken Fillings Ouch! Broken fillings always strike when you least expect it. Call us to find about tooth saving emergency treatment.

6. Tooth Abscess A tooth abscess can quickly become a serious problem. Fever and sepsis are just two of the associated risks.

Additional dental emergencies

7. Chipped Tooth Dental bonding and white fillings can restore a chipped tooth to full health and strength.

8. Broken Crown It’s not just sporty types that find themselves with a broken crown. Emergency dentistry has a dependable fix for this common problem.

9. Loose Tooth An expert emergency dentist can often fix a loose, wobbly tooth

Sometimes further treatment is needed by your emergency dentist to relieve your pain. This may include:

10. Tooth Extraction With emergency dentistry, tooth extraction isn’t the end of the story. Click to find out more about dental implants, crowns and permanent bridges.

11. Root Canal Treatment It may sound dramatic, but root canal treatment can actually be a life-saving dental procedure. You can save your own tooth and have it fully restored

We are open from 8.30 am daily till 5.30pm with late openings on Monday and Thursday till 7pm. On Saturday we can see you from 10am – 1pm.

Call us now on 01908 597900 or email us at info@oakridgedentalcare.co.uk and we will respond to you today!
Our dentist takes important information about your oral health priority to the treatment to provide you a suitable and quicker pain relieving treatment.

When To Make An Emergency Dentist Appointment

An emergency dentist in Milton Keynes is trained to handle an incredible range of urgent dental problems. One of the most alarming for a patient is a knocked-out tooth. It’s certainly a painful experience, but did you know that a knocked-out tooth can often be refitted? A chipped tooth or a broken crown is a little less dramatic, but an emergency dentist with training in cosmetic dentistry can quickly restore your smile.

Whether it’s toothache or trauma, fast action is often the key to rapid recovery. With the city’s A&E departments under increasing pressure, let’s take a closer look at some of the situations where an emergency dentist Milton Keynes based, can provide the best treatment.