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Dentist Wycombe

  • Same-day appointments
  • Remedial treatment
  • X-rays included

Chapel Dental reserves appointments daily for patients who might need urgent dental care.

You do not need to be a registered patient to book an appointment. 

We advise calling 01628 810024 if you need to see one of our dentists as soon as possible. 

Dental emergencies we accept:

  • Broken, cracked and fractured teeth
  • Knocked-out lost tooth
  • Toothache and dental pain
  • Throbbing gums and swelling
  • Broken or chipped crowns
  • Dental infection or abscess
  • Impacted wisdom teeth

Common emergency repairs, treatments and costs:

  • New dental filling from £150
  • Replacement crown from £780
  • Composite bonding for a broken tooth from £40
  • Composite veneer for a cracked tooth from £300
  • Root canal treatment for infection from £490
  • Replacement dentures from £890

Our same-day emergency appointments offer patients the following:

  • Sedation dentistry for nervous patients 
  • 3D imaging scans and CBCT scanners
  • Prescriptions and advanced treatment planning

Don’t ignore your emergency

Many patients don’t realise that their dental problems and oral health concerns can grow into serious conditions when left untreated over time. Hence, it’s crucial to identify what symptoms are emergencies and what isn’t.

Common dental emergency symptoms include:

  • Toothache and dental pain
  • Swollen gums, jaw or cheek
  • Unable to open the mouth 
  • Lost fillings or cracked teeth
  • Sensitive teeth or a black tooth
  • Loose or wobbly teeth
  • Pain when biting or chewing
  • Red gums or a bad taste and smell
  • Difficulty swallowing

How to manage your dental pain before your appointment

  • Rinse the mouth with hot saltwater.
  • Gently floss to remove plaque between teeth.
  • Apply a cold compress to reduce swelling.
  • Take over-the-counter pain relief.
  • Use clove oil to numb the gums.

Dental pain that comes and goes?

If you have periodic dental pain or problems, you’ll find that it doesn’t completely disappear and indicates something is wrong.

Often, severe toothache is caused by an infection, usually in the tooth’s nerve, due to a deep cavity, fracture or other injury.

In the cases of severe infections and decay, the nerve dies, which explains why your pain comes and goes.

More seriously, when left untreated, the infection can spread to other areas of the body, like the brain, which can be fatal.

So, it’s important dental problems are addressed quickly. 

Call our emergency dentists in Wycombe for more information and put an end to toothache, pain and swelling, whether it’s periodic or not.

We Look Forward to Seeing You

Our practice address:

25 Heath End Road, Flackwell Heath,
High Wycombe, HP10 9DT

Tel: 01628 810024