Academy Dental

Emergency Dentist

Emergency Dentist
Sandhurst & Camberley

Emergency Dentist in Sandhurst

A dental emergency can be distressing and frightening. We class a dental emergency as anything that causes you pain or damage to your teeth and gums. If you are suffering any bleeding from your mouth, then this is also a reason to see the emergency dentist.

Common dental emergencies include:

  • Constant toothache
  • A broken filling
  • A lost crown
  • A chipped or knocked-out tooth
  • An abscess

We provide emergency dental care for patients across Sandhurst, Camberley, Crowthorne, Yateley and Blackwater.

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01276 33363

How to get an emergency dental appointment at Academy Dental

We recommend that you call for a dental emergency appointment as soon as you can. In most cases we can arrange for you to see the emergency dentist on the same day if you call early in the morning.

Please call us on 01276 33363 to book your emergency dental appointment.

We are happy to see new patients for an emergency dental appointment. You do not have to be registered with us to see the emergency dentist.

If you have a dental emergency outside of our usual opening hours, please phone 111 who are available until 9.30pm every day, and from 8am until 9.30pm on weekends and bank holidays.

Do you need an Emergency Dentist in Sandhurst today?

Do you have:

Painful Toothache? A Broken Filling? A Lost Crown? Bleeding Gums?

Call us on 01276 33363 to book your same-day appointment.

Advice for some common dental emergencies in Sandhurst

Here are some tips to consider with some of the more common dental emergencies:

Knocked out tooth

If you have knocked out a tooth from a fall or injury, try to call us or get someone else to call on your behalf as soon as possible. If the tooth is re-implanted within a short space of time, there is a good chance that it can be saved. Always hold the knocked out tooth by the crown and not by the root. Do not wipe or clean the tooth. Don’t allow the tooth to dry out. Either keep the tooth in your mouth whilst you wait to see the emergency dentist or keep it in a cup of cold milk.

Painful swellings

It’s important not to ignore painful swellings around your face, teeth and gums. It could be a sign of an infection in your gums, teeth or bones or it could be a tooth abscess. All of these will require immediate treatment. Some dental infections can be very serious and may spread to other parts of your body so it’s important not to delay and book a dental emergency appointment right away. Take paracetamol to deal with any pain or Ibuprofen for swelling but be careful to check the dosage on the packet. Rinsing your mouth in salty water can ease the pain of a dental abscess or swelling in your mouth.


A relentless toothache can be unbearable. Take paracetamol or Ibuprofen if you have any swelling. Avoid hot and cold drinks. Rinse your mouth in salty water can help to alleviate the pain until you see the emergency dentist.

Emergency Dentist Faqs

Should I go to hospital with my dental emergency?
We would only advise going to hospital if you have sustained severe injuries to your mouth, face or teeth for example through a fall or accident. For anything else, you could call us for an appointment with the emergency dentist as soon as you can.
What should I do if I have a dental emergency at the weekend?
You should call us as we do provide emergency cover during the weekends. If your dental emergency occurs during the evening and you are worried or can’t wait until the morning, you should call 111 who will advise you on what to do next.
My child has knocked out their baby tooth. What can I do?
If your child is bleeding from the gum, use a soft cloth to apply gentle pressure. Call us for an emergency dental appointment. Save your child’s knocked out tooth in a cup of milk, but don’t try to re-insert it into the gum. Bring the tooth in the cup of milk with you when you see the emergency dentist. Give your child Calpol if they are experiencing any pain.