Emergency Dentist Limerick

Needing an emergency dentist in Limerick? We are on-hand 7 days per week to help relieve your discomfort. Call the number provided below as quickly as possible.

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Emergency Dentist Limerick

Do you need a 24 hour, emergency dentist in the Limerick area? Well don’t worry because we are on-call Saturday and Sunday, 7 days per week, at Shields Dental & Implant Clinic Limerick. We can look after your dental needs and relieve your discomfort without delay. We are also open and taking appointments for Saturday and Sunday.

Emergency Dentist Number

Please contact us immediately at 061 480 070 and we’ll be ready to address your issue.

First Aid Procedures

In the meantime, there are actions you can take to provide emergency first aid to the affected area. These actions may help to save the tooth and relieve the pain if performed in good time. Follow the instructions below for your particular case.

It may be possible to re-implant the tooth in the gum, so the sooner you see a dentist the better.

In the meantime, you can provide first aid as follows:

  1. Handle the tooth carefully first of all. Hold the tooth by the crown (not the root) and rinse briefly under lukewarm water or in a bowl of milk.
  2. Secondly, rinse your mouth with lukewarm water.
  3. Try to re-implant the tooth in the gum. If this is not possible, store the tooth submerged in milk or in your saliva.
  4. See your dentist as quickly as possible.

Contact us in Limerick at 061 480 070 and we’ll be ready to help!

  1. First of all, collect all pieces of the tooth and store in milk or your saliva
  2. Next, rinse your mouth with lukewarm water
  3. Apply a cold pack to the mouth/cheek over the broken tooth following this and finally, see your dentist as soon as possible.

Please contact us in Limerick at 061 480 070 and we’ll be happy to help.

A tooth may be moved out of place, pushed up, or pushed deeper into the gum.

It is vital to see your dentist as quickly as possible therefore, so that he/she may put it back in its normal position. The sooner that this can happen, the best chance of survival for the tooth. Also, the less chance that further treatment will be required down the road.

Contact us in Limerick at 061 518 027 and we’ll be happy to help you.

  1. Firstly, rinse your mouth with lukewarm water
  2. Use dental floss to remove any food or plaque that is lodged between the teeth
  3. Take an over-the-counter pain reliever as required and as per the pack instructions
  4. If the toothache was caused by trauma to the tooth and there is swelling, place a cold pack to the cheek over the damaged tooth
  5. See your dentist as quickly as possible.

Please contact us in Limerick at 061 480 070. We are on-call to help you.

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