Are You In Pain?

Emergency Dental Care

Sudden tooth pain can happen at any time, anywhere. You might be eating something crunchy and suddenly a tooth cracks … or you wake up in the morning with swelling and pain in your jaw.

We take emergency care seriously and we know how important it is to get an immediate visit to the dentist. Toothache should be treated promptly to prevent further damage to the tooth or spreading of the infection.

What are the most common reasons that people need emergency dental care?

  • Severe toothaches
  • Tooth breaks, chips, or cracks
  • Tooth is completely knocked out
  • Swelling or injury to the gums, tongue, or mouth

Here at u dental, whether it’s an extraction, root canal or something else, we can work quickly to alleviate your pain.

Dental Fear

You’re not alone!


It’s very common to be worried and feel anxious about going to the dentist.

However, the worst thing that you could do would be to just stop visiting your dentist, as this can lead to severe oral health problems and result in lengthy and potentially painful and expensive procedures.

  • We play soothing, relaxing music to help put our patients at ease whilst they are receiving treatment.
  • Pick an appointment time early in the morning so you have less time to worry about it.
  • The first appointment will simply be a check-up so don't worry about having any treatment.
  • Take a friend with you to your appointment.
  • Agree a sign with the dentist to signal that you need a break and want them to stop.
  • Talk to the dentist about using a numbing gel if you have a fear of needles.

Teeth & Health

You can eat right, work out every day, and visit your doctor regularly, but if you neglect your oral health, you’re essentially shooting yourself in the foot

We believe a healthy body begins with a healthy mouth, and research has certainly backed that up. Your oral health reflects your overall health, and we make sure to address any dental health issues before they can develop into more serious problems

Healthy Teeth and Gums = Healthy Heart

Gum disease hurts your mouth, but it also can affect your entire body. If you do not maintain good oral hygiene, bacteria and their toxins in your mouth can flow into your bloodstream to other parts of your body. If you're already unhealthy, the bacteria can lead to heart disease and stroke.

Regular dental check-ups are just as important as going to your annual medical check-up and will also save you time and money in the long run.

Healthy Teeth and Gums = Healthy Body

Researchers have found a link between gum disease and health conditions like diabetes, lungs infection, mouth cancer, arthritis and even dementia.

Toxins in the gums of an expecting mother can actually get into the bloodstream and target the foetus. This may lead to a more than sevenfold increase in her risk of delivering a premature baby of low birth weight.

Healthy Teeth and Gums = Healthy Pocket

Painful, expensive dental issues and even emergencies can be reduced and eliminated with regular dental checkups and ongoing dental care.

A healthy, beautiful smile starts here