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Treatment / Emergency Dentist

Treatments / Emergency Dentist

Emergency Dental Treatment

Receive prompt and professional emergency dental treatment at Cove Dental and Implant Clinic. Our experienced team is available to address any urgent oral concerns. We provide quick relief and expert care when you need it most. At our dental clinic in Aberdeen, get immediate attention and effective solutions in emergency situations.

Emergency Dental Care at Cove Dental and Implant Clinic

At Cove Dental and Implant Clinic, with years of experience in Aberdeen, we are committed to offering quick and efficient dental care. Our comprehensive emergency treatment services are tailored for various dental emergencies:

We are open 7 days a week and our extended hours ensure immediate treatment for emergencies. In case of any emergency, you can call us at (01224 872675) to connect with our team which provides emergency dental advice and guidance. We deliver the highest standard of care with a team of experienced and certified dentists.


Break the financial barriers to achieve your dream smile. At Cove Dental and Implant Clinic, we provide 0% Interest-Free Finance for dental treatments above £700 which makes treatment accessible to everyone. Get interest-free financing for up to 12 months. Contact our team for further details.

Quick Relief, Expert Care

In case of any dental emergency, reach out promptly to Cove Dental and Implant Clinic. Our team of dentists is prepared to provide exceptional emergency dentistry services. We help patients swiftly restore their dental health and alleviate discomfort. Get in touch with us to schedule an appointment today!

Frequently Asked Questions

Dental emergencies include severe toothaches, knocked-out teeth, broken teeth, lost fillings, and infections. These conditions need immediate attention to ease the pain and prevent further damage.
In a dental emergency, contact our dentist for quick guidance and an appointment. They can provide the right advice to ease your pain.
Yes, a knocked-out tooth is a dental emergency. Preserve it in milk or saliva, and seek immediate dental care for reattachment.
You can manage severe toothache at home by rinsing with warm water, flossing softly, and using over-the-counter pain relievers. However, consulting a dentist for lasting relief is recommended.
Emergency rooms are not ideal for dental emergencies. Contact your dentist directly, as they will provide the right solution to address dental issues effectively.
You can prevent dental emergencies by maintaining good oral hygiene, wearing protective gear during activities, avoiding chewing on hard objects, and attending regular dental check-ups for early issue detection.