BRIDGE END DENTAL PRACTICE 
 
BRIDGE END DENTAL PRACTICE 
 
 
01978 762 030 
DAY 
MORNING 
LUNCH 
AFTERNOON 
Monday 
09.00 - 13.00 
13.00 - 13.45 
13.45 - 17.00 
Tuesday 
09.00 - 13.00 
13.00 - 13.45 
13.45 - 17.00 
Wednesday 
09.00 - 12.30 
12.30 - 13.45 
13.45 - 17.30 
Thursday 
09.00 - 12.30 
12.30 - 13.45 
13.45 - 17.30 
Friday 
09.00 - 12.30 
12.30 - 13.45 
13.45 - 16.30 
If you would like to book an appointment with Bridge End Dental Practice please complete the form and click on the submit button. Alternatively you can call the reception on 01978 76 20 30, or message us via our Facebook page at any time. 
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Bridge End Dental Practice, 6 Bridge End Mews, Caergwrle, Clwyd. 
 
Tel: 01978 762 030 
 
Email: enquiries@smilesmore.co.uk 
Emergency Treatment numbers: 
NHS Direct 0845 4647 
Private and Denplan 01978 762030 
Denplan 0800 844 999 
What to do if you do knock a tooth out: 
 
Firstly, if you can find the tooth and it is clean - put it back into the socket yourself. 
 
Do put it straight into a cup of milk or keep it in your mouth 
Do go to a dentist or hospital as soon as possible 
Do take painkillers if necessary 
Don't hold the tooth by the root, as teeth are surrounded by fragile ligaments which need to be kept intact if the tooth is to be replaced 
Don't clean the tooth with disinfectant or water or let it dry out 
Don't put aspirin or clove oil on the wound 
Don't panic. 
 
The sooner the tooth is replaced, the better the chance of success. If you have not managed to do it yourself, your dentist will put the tooth back. Your dentist may use a dental splint to fasten the tooth against the teeth on either side. In most cases this is successful, and once the splint is removed the tooth is stable. However, you will almost certainly need more treatment in the future. 
What to do if you do knock a tooth out: 
 
Firstly, if you can find the tooth and it is clean - put it back into the socket yourself. 
 
Do put it straight into a cup of milk or keep it in your mouth 
Do go to a dentist or hospital as soon as possible 
Do take painkillers if necessary 
Don't hold the tooth by the root, as teeth are surrounded by fragile ligaments which need to be kept intact if the tooth is to be replaced 
Don't clean the tooth with disinfectant or water or let it dry out 
Don't put aspirin or clove oil on the wound 
Don't panic. 
 
The sooner the tooth is replaced, the better the chance of success. If you have not managed to do it yourself, your dentist will put the tooth back. Your dentist may use a dental splint to fasten the tooth against the teeth on either side. In most cases this is successful, and once the splint is removed the tooth is stable. However, you will almost certainly need more treatment in the future.