What do I do If …?

Go to Accident and Emergency if you have…

  • Facial swelling affecting your eyes or your breathing, or that means you cannot open your mouth more than 2 finger widths.
  • Trauma (something hit you, or you hit something) that caused loss of consciousness, double vision, or vomiting.

Call Wyndcott (daytime) or NHS 111 (evening/weekend) now if you have…

  • Face swelling extending to eye or neck
  • Bleeding after an extraction that does not stop after 20 minutes of applying pressure with a clean handkerchief
  • Bleeding after trauma (something hitting your tooth)
  • A broken tooth causing pain or a tooth knocked out
  • Toothache that stops you from eating or sleeping, or toothache with swelling or a fever, and you cannot manage this with painkillers

Call Wyndcott for advice if you have…

  • Loose or lost crown, bridges or veneers
  • Broken, rubbing or loose dentures
  • Bleeding gums
  • Broken, loose or lost fillings
  • Chipped teeth that do not hurt
  • Loose orthodontic wires