Dental emergencies and dental pain

BROKEN TOOTH OR ACUTE PAIN: WE ARE HERE IF YOU HAVE A DENTAL EMERGENCY.

Our dentists know that an accident or dental pain can occur at any time. This is why they treat both adults and children with dental emergencies every day. A number of daily time slots are dedicated to and reserved solely for emergency appointments. Are you in acute dental pain? Do you have a tooth infection or a broken tooth? Call us so that our dentists can take care of you at one of our clinics >> Click here for a full list of our dental clinics.

From Monday to Saturday, Adent dental clinics offer a duty emergency service by setting aside a number of time slots every day for dental emergencies. To see our opening hours and contact your nearest Adent clinic, go to the page Our dental clinics.

Please see below for our advice relating to dental injuries.

During this period of specific restrictions linked to COVID-19, it is imperative that you always telephone us before visiting your Adent clinic. To avoid any potential cross-contamination, we are restricting the number of people who may enter our dental clinics. This is why we request that you always call to make an emergency appointment.

Let’s keep smiling. Let’s keep in touch.

ALWAYS TELEPHONE BEFORE VISITING THE CLINIC. DO NOT TRAVEL TO THE CLINIC WITHOUT AN APPOINTMENT.

Dental accidents: what should you do if you suffer dental trauma?

BROKEN TOOTH

If possible, find the piece of broken tooth and contact your dentist immediately. Bring the piece of tooth with you in some saline solution, saliva or milk. The dentist may be able to reattach the piece of tooth easily, depending on the break.

LOST TOOTH

If you lose a tooth, try to find it! It may be possible to save your tooth and successfully reimplant it. Contact your dentist immediately, and do not touch the roots of the tooth. Bring the tooth with you in some saline solution, saliva or milk.

DISPLACED TOOTH

Do not move the tooth under any circumstances, and consult your dentist as soon as possible. Apply a compress if there is bleeding.

NO VISIBLE INJURY

Always consult a dentist if you suffer a blow to your teeth, even if you cannot see any signs of damage. Complications may arise long after the incident. It is therefore important to record what happened immediately, in case you can make a claim under an accident insurance policy.