Emergency Dental Treatment

Same-Day Dental Appointment Service

Dental emergencies can happen at any time. Don’t suffer in silence! From an accident that left you with a chipped tooth to swollen gums or intense dental pain, the expert emergency dentists at Smalto Dental Clinic in Nicosia are here to help.

Our same day walk-in dentist appointment service aims to accommodate emergency dental requests of regular and new patients. Call within working hours, and one of our experienced team members will advise you over the phone on how to mitigate the pain, while trying to find an available slot for you on the same day.

Our state-of-the-art dental center features equipment that enables us to diagnose the problem and promptly proceed with treatment if necessary. The sooner you can secure treatment, the sooner you can return to work and everyday life. Rest assured that our experienced emergency dentists will do whatever it takes to get you back on your feet and alleviate your tooth pain!

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healthier, more beautiful smile!

Dental Emergencies in Nicosia

People often neglect planning their annual dental check-ups. But it may happen to anyone to need an emergency dentist as soon as possible at some point in their lives.

Accidents involving teeth or gums resulting in severe aesthetic concerns, or unexpected, acute toothaches should be treated immediately before they get worse. With a whole team of specialists on board, Smalto Dental Clinic in Nicosia offers walk-in emergency appointments for emergency treatment and immediate relief.

Just like our other services, emergencies are treated with care and meticulous attention to accommodate the patient as quickly as possible and avoid further discomfort. If your first visit to Smalto Dental Clinic happens to be an emergency appointment, rest assured that our skilled dentists will take all necessary actions to address your primary concern.

Walk-in patients are welcome, yet calling in advance guarantees a smoother dental experience!

Your Trusted Emergency Dentists in Nicosia, Cyprus

We offer all of the following services on a walk-in/same-day emergency dentist appointment basis:

Working Hours: 09:00-19:00 Monday-Friday
Telephone: 22 112 112
Emergency Dental Appointment Tel.: 99 252222

Same-Day Teeth: In-House Dental Technician

Smalto Dental Clinic has in-house dental technicians, allowing us to deliver high-quality and efficient same-day teeth solutions. Our dentists collaborate closely with our technicians, allowing for prosthetic restorations with the best possible aesthetic results.

Our team also specializes in immediate implant placement and immediate loading on the same day with temporary prosthetic restorations.

So when you walk into our clinic for any dental makeover, rest assured you will walk out with either temporary, provisional or even final restorations that look, feel, and function like your natural teeth!

Temporary Tooth Restoration in Nicosia

Temp teeth restorations serve many important functions, such as

Whenever you need an expert emergency dentist in Nicosia, Cyprus, call Smalto Dental Clinic immediately at 99252222.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    In a dental emergency, a dentist will take the necessary steps to provide immediate relief and prevent further damage or complications. This may include:

    • Assess the situation: The dentist will examine the patient’s mouth and identify the problem.
    • Provide pain relief: The dentist may prescribe pain medication or provide local anesthesia to alleviate pain and discomfort.
    • Stabilize the tooth: If a tooth is knocked out or fractured, the dentist may splint it to keep it stable and prevent further damage.
    • Treat infections: If there is an infection present, the dentist may prescribe antibiotics or perform a root canal to remove the infected tissue.
    • Refer to a specialist: In some cases, the dentist may refer the patient to a specialist for further treatment, such as an oral surgeon or endodontist.

    The four common dental emergencies are:

    • Toothaches: Pain or discomfort in the teeth or gums caused by cavities, gum disease, or a cracked tooth.
    • Broken or chipped teeth: When a tooth is broken or chipped, it can cause pain or sensitivity, and may require immediate treatment to prevent further damage.
    • Knocked-out teeth: When a tooth is completely knocked out, it is important to see a dentist immediately to increase the chances of saving the tooth.
    • Abscessed teeth: An abscessed tooth is a painful infection in the tooth or gums that requires prompt treatment to prevent the infection from spreading and causing further complications.

    A serious dental emergency is any condition that requires immediate attention from a dentist to prevent permanent damage, severe pain, or even life-threatening complications. Examples of serious dental emergencies include:

    • Severe tooth or jaw pain that is not relieved by pain medications.
    • Uncontrolled bleeding from the mouth or gums.
    • A broken or dislocated jaw.
    • Swelling of the mouth or face that is rapidly increasing.
    • Trauma to the mouth or teeth, such as a knocked-out tooth or a fractured jaw.
    • Infection or abscess in the mouth causing fever, difficulty swallowing, or difficulty breathing.

    If you experience any of these symptoms, it is important to seek immediate medical attention from an emergency dentist near you. If you live in Nicosia or Strovolos, call Smalto Dental Clinic as soon as possible.

    Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is one of the most serious dental diseases. It is caused by bacteria that infect the gums, leading to inflammation and damage to the tissue and bone that support the teeth. If left untreated, periodontal disease can result in tooth loss and can also increase the risk of other health problems such as heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. In its more advanced stages, periodontal disease can cause severe pain, bad breath, and other complications. Regular dental check-ups and good oral hygiene practices, such as brushing and flossing, can help prevent periodontal disease or catch it early when it is easier to treat.

    Most dentists suggest that you visit a dental clinic for a check-up and teeth cleaning once every 6 months. This allows the dentist to monitor your oral health, check for tooth decay or gum disease, and remove any plaque or tartar buildup.

    If you have a history of dental problems, such as frequent cavities or gum disease, you may require more frequent visits, such as every 3-4 months. On the other hand, if you have good oral health and a low risk of dental problems, your dentist may recommend less frequent visits, such as once a year.

    Talk to your trusted local dentist to tell you how often you should visit the clinic based on your oral health, age and risk of dental problems.

    Cavities can be caused by a combination of factors, such as bacteria in the mouth, sugary and starchy foods, and poor oral hygiene. Follow the below steps to help prevent dental cavities:

    • Brush your teeth twice a day.
    • Floss daily to remove plaque & food particles from between the teeth.
    • Limit sugary and starchy foods and drinks intake, such as candy, sweets, soda, and chips.
    • Drink plenty of water to help rinse away bacteria and food particles.
    • Chew sugar-free gum after meals to help stimulate saliva production and neutralize acids in the mouth.
    • Visit your trusted local dentist regularly for check-ups and cleanings.

    Your visit to Smalto starts with being greeted by friendly faces in a safe and welcoming environment designed to make you feel safe and relaxed. Our dentists are openly communicative and always happy to answer your questions. We are here to discuss your concerns and help you overcome your fear of dentists.

    Yes, a broken tooth can be fixed by an experienced dentist. The treatment options will depend on the severity and extent of the damage, the location and size of the fracture, and the overall health of the tooth.

    The dental professional can repair minor chips or cracks with cosmetic bonding, which involves applying a tooth-colored resin material to the damaged area. This can improve the appearance and strength of the tooth.

    For more extensive damage, such as a large fracture or a tooth that has been broken off at the gum line, the dentist may need to use a crown or a root canal to repair the tooth. Sometimes, the tooth may need to be extracted and replaced with a dental implant or a bridge.

    If you have a broken tooth, seeing a dentist as soon as possible is crucial in order to prevent further damage or infection.