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Worried about a painful swelling in your mouth? Reasons to visit our emergency dentists in Buckinghamshire

No one likes a medical emergency. Trips to A&E, or visiting GP hubs can take hours out of a day and leave you feeling tired and stressed when you leave. While many people are aware of what constitutes a trip to A&E related to physical or mental ailments, few people are informed about which conditions warrant a trip to an emergency dentist in Buckinghamshire.

Emergency Dentist in BuckinghamshireDental emergencies are just as serious as other forms of medical emergency and should not be treated as an afterthought. At Garden View Dental Care, our team of emergency dentists in Buckinghamshire are dedicated to treating all emergencies quickly and efficiently, to get you out of discomfort in the quickest possible time.

So what is classified as an emergency by our emergency dentist in Buckinghamshire?

Painful swelling

It is true that pain is relative and therefore can be quite difficult to standardise, but you know which pains are abnormal in your body better than we do. If you have a sudden, painful swelling under a tooth, under your tongue or inner cheek, you should book an emergency appointment, especially if the swelling looks blue or purple.

Sudden, painful swellings tend to be abscesses, which require emergency treatment to minimise the pain and treat the infection. A confirmed abscess will need a follow up appointment with your regular dentist after you have seen a member of our emergency team.

Excessive pain

Once again, this can be difficult to define, but excessive pain is best described as a pain which prevents you from eating, drinking and sleeping.

This can be a pain in a tooth or teeth, under a tooth or teeth or in your jawline. It is important to be seen as soon as possible as our dentists will alleviate the discomfort and identify the source.

Cracked or chipped tooth

Common if you are a sporty type, chipped or cracked teeth of any degree require emergency attention.

Even if you are not in discomfort, a cracked or chipped tooth can allow bacteria to enter the tooth and infect the pulp if untreated; our dental team will restore the tooth with a composite resin and ensure that all microscopic holes are sealed.

Unrelenting bleeding

Once again, if you are into contact sports like rugby, bleeding from the mouth is par for the course. However, if you are experiencing a constant flow of blood following an impact or an extraction, you must see a dentist as soon as you can, to prevent further blood loss and ensure the cause is identified and treated.

Lost filling or crown

A common occurrence, a lost filling or crown needs to be restored as soon as possible.

Losing a filling or crown is very uncomfortable and it can allow further decay to occur on the tooth or allow bacteria to infect the pulp, causing an abscess, which is extremely uncomfortable.

Need an emergency dentist? Call us today!

Do you need some restorative dental work? Services we offer at Garden View Dental in Buckinghamshire

Tooth loss is never enjoyable. Whether you have lost 2 teeth or every tooth in your mouth, it can have an overall impact on your confidence and your mouth’s ability to function correctly. Not only this, but tooth loss causes the gum to recede and can be destabilising for any natural teeth you have surrounding the missing tooth, which may create more aesthetic and functionality issues.

Dentists in BuckinghamshireWhile the world of cosmetic dentistry is all abuzz with talk of dental implants, you may find that you don’t like the sound of the procedure or simply don’t want to undertake such a drastic step. At Garden View Dental, our dentists in Buckinghamshire can offer you the perfect solution to restore tooth function without the need for implants, in the form of restorative dentistry.

What is restorative dentistry?

A combination of providing you with functionality and cosmetic work, restorative dentistry aims to restore the function of your mouth; allowing you to bite into or chew food exactly as you did before you lost your tooth or teeth. Our dentists in Buckinghamshire can provide you with the best option for your tooth loss, which includes the following procedures.

Bonding

Perfect for fixing partially broken teeth, our dentists in Buckinghamshire will decide whether to use a porcelain veneer or a composite material to restore the tooth to its original shape. For incidents of smaller chips or breaks, a small amount of enamel coloured filling material can be used to bond the tooth.

Crowns

A common restoration, crowns are used to protect a broken tooth that has succumbed to extensive decay, damage or that has a very large filling. Crowns are also recommended for teeth that have had root canal treatments performed.

At Garden View Dental Care, we offer porcelain crowns, full gold crowns and post and core crowns.

Bridges

Like mini dentures, bridges are composed of a few false teeth which are fixed through an attachment to surrounding teeth.

If you require a bridge to replace teeth located at the front of your mouth, our dentists will typically use porcelain which will be shade matched, so your bridge is not visibly different from your natural teeth. After a bridge is fitted, we advise you to meet with one of our hygienists to discuss the care procedure required to keep your mouth healthy.

Dentures

When you have lost all of your natural teeth, dentures are the gold standard in restorative dentistry.

We will take an impression of your gums to ensure your denture fits perfectly and can help you with aftercare concerns such as hygiene, speaking and eating techniques while you adapt.

CEREC

Want restorative dentistry accomplished in one visit?

CEREC is a machine that can make crowns, veneers or onlays while you sit in the dental chair, allowing for a more convenient answer to restorative dental work.

If you need some restorative dental work, contact us today at Garden View Dental Care.

Benefits of clear braces for adults A guide to what you need to know about this orthodontic procedure in Beaconsfield

Many adults shudder at the thought of braces; they remember back in school, that one child who wore orthodontic braces, the issues they had with eating their favourite foods and all of the appointments they had to go to. Adults in the modern world do not have time for that!

Clear Braces in BeaconsfieldThis is before we consider the visual impact. As useful as orthodontic braces are for correcting misaligned teeth, they are far from discreet and with many adults having careers that are based on appearance and looking professional, they are simply not a feasible option.

If you have been told you need braces to correct a minor misalignment, our team at Garden View Dental Care can offer you clear braces in Beaconsfield. This option for orthodontic correction is more discreet, is less time consuming and is easier to maintain.

Here are some of the things you will need to know before undergoing treatment with clear braces in Beaconsfield.

They are removable

The technology behind the clear braces in Beaconsfield is extremely sophisticated, allowing you to gain straighter teeth while also being removable.

One brand of clear brace we can offer at Garden View Dental Care is the Six Months Smile, which works promptly and successfully, whilst also being minimalist enough to remove when you are eating, drinking or brushing your teeth.

They are more comfortable

Orthodontic braces can be quite uncomfortable for wearers, they often poke at the inner cheeks while also causing discomfort when they are tightened.

Due to the way clear braces are designed, they do not use the pulling technique that orthodontic braces do, and gently push your teeth into their new position, minimising the discomfort and are equally effectual.

They work quickly

As they are designed to straighten mild to moderate misalignments, clear braces work significantly faster than orthodontic ones.

Obviously, the Six Months Smile aligner works in the time it says on the tin, so to speak, with many options lasting less than six months. Another option, like the Invisalign aligner, has an average treatment time of twelve months.

They have no negative impact on lifestyle

Lifestyle is important to everyone. With clear braces, you can remove them to eat hard foods that you would not be able to consume with orthodontic braces. As they are removable, they will not impact on any of your eating or drinking habits, but to gain the full benefit of the treatment, you must wear them for between sixteen to twenty hours a day.

They do not dent your confidence

Orthodontic braces can make even the most confident person feel insecure about their smile. Despite their obvious benefits, they are noticeable and cannot be made any more discreet.

Clear braces are made from a transparent, flexible plastic, moulded to fit over your teeth perfectly, allowing you to smile, talk and laugh without drawing unwanted attention to your mouth; making them perfect for busy lifestyles.

Nervous about visiting the dentist? How our team at Garden View Dental Care can help you overcome your phobia

Many people experience a slight feeling of dread when they open the letter from their dentist telling them they are due for a check-up. Most of the time, this worry is controllable, and the individual can go to the dentist and put the check-up to the back of their mind afterwards.

Dentists in BuckinghamshireBut what do you do when the thought of visiting a dentist in Buckinghamshire brings you out in a cold sweat? With awareness of the importance of dental hygiene being more prominent than ever, many people who are phobic of the dentist want to undergo treatments to improve their health, but are too scared.

At Garden View Dental Care, we know how unsettling it can be to visit one of our dentists in Buckinghamshire when you have a phobia, so we can provide you with a number of different solutions to help you overcome your fear and get the dental care you need.

How we can help

Our dentists in Buckinghamshire want to allow you to feel relaxed when you visit us and therefore, with our most nervous patients, we aim to allow you to take the lead. If you feel you need more time for a procedure, we will allow for this. If you want to hold a family member’s hand during a check-up, of course, we will allow this too. There are however, other solutions we can provide you with to make your next check-up a lot easier to manage.

Virtually pain-free injections

A common reason that people are worried about visiting the dentist is a fear of the needles used to numb the gum.

If you are worried about receiving an injection for a filling, extraction or any other procedure that calls for one, ask our dental team about our ‘Wand’ system.

The ‘Wand’ is a device which looks like a pen and is handheld;  it allows delivery of anaesthetic in a constant, almost pain-free flow. No more bee sting injections or unnecessary numbness in other areas of the mouth, the tongue or lip.

Initial consultation

As mentioned earlier, we don’t want to rush you if you are nervous. We can offer our phobic patients a treatment-free, initial consultation with one of our dental team to discuss any worries you have and simply to make you feel more comfortable.

During this consultation, we will compose a treatment plan to suit your individual needs, allowing you to be more actively involved in each stage of your care.

Music

Many people find listening to calming music to be beneficial in overcoming their nerves. At Garden View Dental Care, we are happy to provide you with music to listen to during any type of treatment you are undertaking.

We are more than happy to discuss each stage of the procedure with you as it is occurring, giving you more control and allowing you to signal if you want us to stop.

Suffering from sudden, intense dental pain? Issues that require visiting an emergency dentist in Buckinghamshire

It can be tricky to know what warrants emergency treatment. With many accident and emergency departments declaring which issues require urgent treatment and which ones do not, it can leave many people feeling unsure if the condition they are suffering from is really an emergency.

Emergency Dentists in BuckinghamshireThis is also an issue in the world of dentistry; most people will suffer from dental pain at some point in their life, but when does this pain require emergency treatment? At Garden View Dental Care, we offer treatments with our emergency dentist in Buckinghamshire and are dedicated to resolving your dental issue as soon as we can.

Types of dental emergencies

If you are experiencing any of the following issues, please see one of our emergency dentists in Buckinghamshire immediately.

Acute dental pain

One of the most common reasons people see our emergency dentists in Buckinghamshire is because of sudden, intense dental pain.

This type of pain may feel like a burning, throbbing pain that can stop you from eating, drinking or sleeping. This pain may indicate a dental abscess or a lost or loose filling. When you experience dental pain that is interfering with your everyday functioning, it is time to see a dentist.

Swelling to your face or mouth

If you have an abnormal swelling in your mouth or face, you need to see a dentist.

Even if it doesn’t hurt, facial swelling can indicate an infection and any type of oral swelling should be investigated immediately, especially if it is painful to touch or appears unusually dark compared to the surrounding tissue.

Bleeding

Bleeding from your mouth can occur for many reasons.

If you have recently had a dental extraction, have had a minor collision or blow to the face, then it is normal to experience some bleeding from your mouth.

Even if you are only bleeding slightly but it is a constant flow, you need to see an emergency dentist; they can assess the cause of the bleed and will be able to send you to A&E if required for treatment.

Chipped or cracked teeth

Commonly experienced by those who undertake high contact sports, chipped or cracked teeth may not seem as urgent as the other issues on this list.

Even if your cracked or chipped tooth does not hurt, you need to get it assessed by an emergency dentist as soon as you can. If left untreated, the tooth may crack further or allow bacteria into the tooth, which can infect the pulp and can lead to further issues.

When to go to A&E

If you have suffered a severe injury to the face, mouth or teeth, please go to your nearest A&E department.

If you are experiencing severe bleeding in your mouth or your dental pain is causing you to feel dizzy and sick, please go to an A&E department, as these symptoms may indicate the onset of sepsis. Anything that worries you can be treated by those trained to do so and that includes your emergency dentist.

How does a dentist identify decay?

A lot of people believe that they only need to visit a dentist should they experience some level  of discomfort in their mouth as this is an obvious sign that something is not right and that they may have some decay in one or more of their teeth.

Dentist in BuckinghamshireHowever, with such advancements in dental care, we have the ability to detect dental decay far earlier than when there is any physical pain at the site. By identifying the dental decay early, we are able to quickly restore the tooth and provide preventive measures to ensure that your tooth remains healthy and strong.

If you come in to see us every 6 months, you are doing your best to ensure that your teeth remain with you for life. Through early identification of any problems, your dentist in Buckinghamshire does not need to resort to lengthy, complicated and often expensive restorative measures to bring your tooth back to a fully functioning state.

We can do this with the regular use of high magnification tools and powerful lighting. We routinely use these tools that are available to us to ensure that you are getting the best possible treatment when you visit your dentist in Buckinghamshire for your check-up. Always at the forefront of new technology available to us, you can rest assured that you are in great hands and will be provided with all the information and advice to ensure that you are able to make the right decision for your oral and overall health.

When cavities are small, we find that they are much easier to treat and much less expensive to boot. There is a far less likelihood of any complications that can arise after the treatment has been completed.

Won’t I be able to notice a cavity?

Early tooth decay in most cases does not show any physical signs for you to feel, even if you have extremely sensitive teeth. Even with regular check-ups, a tooth can sometimes look healthy, but from an X-ray with high magnification and looked at with strong lighting, we are able to see if there are signs of decay developing under the enamel.

We are also able to identify bone loss around the tooth or any possible infections within the root that start off small, but can result in major complications if left for too long. It is possible that once you begin to feel pain in such circumstances, then considerable damage has already been done and extensive work will be required to repair the tooth.

It is easy to ensure that you book a regular check-up with one of us to keep on top of your dental health. We are constantly upgrading our tools that we have to ensure that we are providing you with the best possible care that is available. Here at your dentist in Buckinghamshire we strongly believe that preventive care is far more superior to a cure and aim to empower all of our patients with the tools and information that they need to make sure that they are in control of their own oral health and well-being.

Need a straighter smile in a hurry? How clear braces at Garden View Dental Care can speed up the process

There are few people who want to hear the words ‘you need braces’ from their dentists, especially if you have an important event like a wedding or a graduation coming up.

Clear Braces in BeaconsfieldAlthough a common procedure, orthodontic braces are not popular among adults and teenagers, due to their obvious appearance. This has led to more and more people refusing to undergo treatment with braces, which can have a long-term impact on confidence, well-being and social interaction.

As dentistry has advanced, there are now more options available for teenagers and adults who have minor to moderate alignment issues in their mouth, most of which are discreet and removable. At Garden View Dental Care, we are proud to be able to offer our suitable patients clear braces in Beaconsfield, which can straighten your smile without the need for traditional, metal braces.

What are clear braces?

Our dental team can offer clear braces in Beaconsfield to patients who have mild to moderate alignment issues with their front teeth, along with other common issues like overcrowding or bad spacing.

Our clear braces in Beaconsfield are comprised of either clear or enamel coloured brackets that are attached to the front of your teeth, with a wire running across the front of these brackets. This wire may also be coloured to match your teeth making it more discreet in appearance.

Once fitted, your dentist will periodically tighten the wire, which will create a slight amount of pressure, causing your teeth to move. This is more comfortable that the tightening experienced in orthodontic braces and has a more predictable long term outcome.

Advantages of clear braces

There are many brands of clear braces but at Garden View Dental Care, our most popular clear brace is the Six Months Smile aligner.

Faster treatment time

As the name suggests, the average treatment time with this brace is around six months in duration, meaning it is a much faster alternative than traditional braces; perfect if you have a wedding coming up!

Discreet brackets and wires

We all remember a friend in school who had white elastic bands on their orthodontic braces, trying to make them appear more discreet.

The Six Months Smile aligner comes with either clear or tooth coloured brackets, minimising the appearance of the brace. Depending on the discretion of your dentist when these braces are fitted, you may be able to get a tooth coloured wire, so it is much harder to notice the brace at a first glance.

Affordability

When compared with traditional orthodontic treatment, based on the duration time of the clear brace and the overall results, they are good value for money.

Many dental surgeries, including ours, offer dental or payment plans, allowing you to spread the cost of your treatment over several months.

If you want to have a straighter smile, but don’t have time to wait, contact our team at Garden View Dental Care today.

Taking my child to visit the dentist

There are a lot of responsibilities that a parent must ensure that they have under control when it comes to the proper care of their child. During the daily ebbs and flows of life, taking your child to visit their dentist in Buckinghamshire can sometimes slip down the list of importance.

Dentist in BuckinghamshireWe are here to remind you today of how important it is for your child to come in and see us every once in a while, not only for us to be able to monitor the changes and the health of their teeth and gums, but for the emotional connections that they develop, even from a very young age, that will determine their mentality towards dental care in the future.

The earlier that you can make it to visit a dentist in Buckinghamshire with your child, the better. As the first tooth erupts in babies, we would love for you to come in and visit us so that we can get to know you, know your little one and establish a positive relationship right from the beginning.

These early visits are a great way for you to make sure you are doing all you can to establish good oral hygiene habits and to keep their milk teeth clean and free from decay. Monitoring from a professional is the best way in ensuring that young teeth are strong and healthy.

Untreated dental decay can have devastatingly negative effects on a child both emotionally and physically. If they need to undergo uncomfortable procedures when they’re young, these experiences can have a negative impact on how they view us as their healthcare helpers. As they grow, they can develop anxiety or fear of the dentist which can result in avoidance in later life, with disastrous consequences.

Preventive care is the best kind of care that we provide and the healthy relationship starts here. We can offer a range of treatments that are designed to protect your little one’s teeth from harm. By getting in touch with us to see what we can do for your child, we can provide you with all the information that you need so that you are informed in your decision.

What are some of these treatments available?

Fissure treatments cover the biting surfaces of teeth that are subject to decay as the deep grooves are typically hard to reach for both children and adults alike. As food sits in these grooves the bacteria eats away at the enamel and causes cavities that need to be filled.

A sealant fills in these grooves and seals the tooth, protecting it from harm. It is undetectable once applied and can be reapplied as it wears off over time.

Fluoride applications are an effective and safe way to ensure that the teeth are mineralised which is important for strength and longevity. We understand that there is some concern and confusion surrounding fluoride and its effects on the body and therefore we offer a way that uses this necessary mineral precisely where it is needed. We have plenty of information here with a dentist in Buckinghamshire available to you to help you make an informed decision for your child’s health.

What constitutes an emergency dentist appointment at Garden View?

An emergency appointment at our practice will cover several steps. Initially, one of our dental professionals will look over the affected area, this will entail a vigorous examination and then may require an X-ray to assess the severity and the extent of the damage. Minor incidents can vary in their level of pain. If our patient is experiencing an uncomfortable level, we may decide to administer a relief such as a local anesthetic. Risk of infection can be extremely high within the mouth, therefore our dentist team may decide to disinfect and sterilise the area in order to try and reduce the risk of infection. Our team will then decide on the best possible option, we may decide on a temporary or permanent solution, in more severe cases the tooth may be removed, and an implant alternative may need to be discussed.

Emergency Dentist in BuckinghamshireWhy might I need an emergency dentist appointment?

An individual may need an emergency dentist in Buckinghamshire if they have an incident that may lead to further medical or dental complications. Examples of reasons why someone may need an emergency appointment are chipped or broken teeth, or maybe even a tooth missing altogether, this may be as a result of an accident. If one of these incidents does occur, it is important to book an emergency dentist appointment at your local clinic. The sooner an individual sees a professional after an incident, the higher the chances of the teeth being saved, depending on the severity of the incident. If you feel you require an emergency dental appointment you should call your local dentist in order to book as soon as possible. At Garden View we offer emergency dental appointments for a variety of concerns, we treat minor cases such as a chipped tooth, to more severe concerns like facial swelling. Within our emergency appointments our main aim is to reduce further complications and allow fast and painless healing where possible.

Why choose us for your emergency dentist in Buckinghamshire?

At Garden View we are able to offer last minute appointments as well as easing patients’ nerves within a relaxed atmosphere, we boast a modern and calm environment. Our team displays a variety of highly qualified professionals including hygienists. We pride ourselves on making our appointments as convenient as possible, as well as making the whole experience as smooth as we can for nervous patients.  Sometimes this can be common when someone has to have an emergency dentist appointment.

What if I am nervous about visiting a dentist?

When it comes to emergency dental treatment it can be detrimental to our patients if they are faced with anxiety about visiting a dentist. If an individual does feel nervous about seeing a professional, and delays a visit, their incident may lead to long-term damage and infection. Individuals may experience anxiety within a dental/orthodontic environment due to previous negative experiences, or simply due to an irrational fear or phobia. At our practice we help patients feel at ease. We offer treatments that are as painless as possible, and an initial consultation to help ease any concerns whilst we outline a suitable treatment plan for you.

Seeing your dentist in an emergency

Accidents and emergencies can make for extremely stressful situations so it is important to be well versed on how to react in a dental emergency in order to make the best of a nasty situation.

Dentist in BuckinghamshireDuring any dental emergency, your dentist in Buckinghamshire will do their utmost to ensure that you are seen as quickly as possible. Same day appointments are reserved for those patients who have chipped, broken or knocked out a tooth as the sooner they see a professional, the greater the chances are for re-implantation or for saving the tooth.

Emergencies are not only due to accidents however. People who awake to terrible tooth pain caused by infection or an abscess are also encouraged to contact their emergency dentist in Buckinghamshire. If you have ever had a toothache, you know as well as us how desperate the patient is to find relief.

When you come in to visit your dentist in Buckinghamshire, there are a few steps that we will generally cover. Of course this depends on what the complaint is, however most emergency dental situations will need the following to be observed.

Firstly, we will thoroughly examine the injured area, provide pain relief should it be needed and take you for x-rays in order to determine the extent of the damage. Unfortunately, after a fall or a sporting injury, it is not uncommon for there to be underlying damage that can go unnoticed just by externally examining the area.

We will then thoroughly clean and disinfect the site, greatly reducing your risk of infection. Should you have an infection or abscess that is causing you pain, we will drain the site and clean it before prescribing you something to rid the infection.

Damaged teeth will be temporarily fixed so that you can enjoy some form of normal function whilst we organise a more permanent solution. Depending on the case, we may be able to permanently find a solution for you during this emergency appointment.

If you have knocked out a tooth and it is unable to be saved, or a broken or damaged tooth needs to be extracted, we will discuss with you your options regarding a dental implant.

How can I save a knocked out tooth?

Time is of the essence in these situations, with professional help being sought out within the hour of the accident proving the greatest chances of a successful re-implantation.

By storing the tooth in milk, saliva or saline solution, the delicate cells of the tooth roots are more comfortable in a solution similar to their natural state. Being kept in water will cause the cells to swell and burst.

Do not rub or vigorously clean the tooth and try to only handle it by the crown and not the root. If you are able to reinsert the tooth back into the socket, this is the best way to transport your tooth on your way in to see us, as long as you don’t swallow it.

With a little quick thinking with a calm and rational mind, emergencies can be dealt with properly, leading to a higher likelihood of success.

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