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Come and meet our friendly and experienced Treatment Coordinators.
They will listen carefully to your concerns and let you know how our team
can give you something to smile about!

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Nervous Patients / Sedation

Can I alleviate my fear of the dentist? YES!
Call 01291 622450 to find out more about how we can help you.

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Dental Implants

Do you have missing teeth or teeth that need replacing?
We can help improve your smile and confidence.

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Cosmetic Dentistry

Chepstow Dental Care offer a wide range of cosmetic
dentistry treatments to all of our patients.

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Emergencies

At Chepstow Dental Care we realise just how unpleasant and debilitating a dental emergency can be.

Both our registered and non-registered patients are welcome to use our emergency service. We offer a same day service if you call us before 10am and will still endeavour to achieve the same day service after that but would not guarantee it.

The fee is £85 for non-registered payable at the time of booking and £35 for registered patients, although the service is free for patients on our monthly plan. Weekends and evening Call out £200 + treatment. Registered plan patients £35.

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It is important not to ignore a dental emergency as it can lead to permanent damage or require more complicated treatment if not swiftly addressed. While you are waiting to receive our expert attention, the following tips may help:

Toothache – take painkillers regularly to help relieve the pain. You can use paracetamol or ibuprofen, but please remember to follow the instructions on the packet.

Lost filling – insert a temporary shop-bought dental filling material into the cavity or use sugar-free chewing gum.

Lost crown – if the crown is still intact, you can use an over-the-counter dental cement or sugar-free gum to stick it in place, but please don’t use superglue.

If your crown is broken, keep all the pieces and cover the cavity in the same way as a lost filling.

Chipped tooth – keep any small pieces and rinse your mouth with warm water. A cold compress will help reduce any swelling, and you can apply a piece of gauze to stop any bleeding.

Knocked out tooth – we will be much more likely to save the tooth if you see us quickly (preferably within an hour), so call us as soon as you can.

Hold the tooth carefully by the crown (the part that would normally be visible in your mouth) and rinse gently with water, being careful not to scrub or remove any little bits of tissue.
Try to put the tooth back in position, making sure it is the right way round. If this is not possible, then place it in some milk (or water containing a pinch of salt).

Lost baby tooth – this is not normally considered an emergency unless the gum is damaged or parts of the tooth are still embedded. Child-friendly painkillers can be given and while ice lollies (sugar free if possible) may help relieve pain and swelling.

Never try to re-implant a baby tooth as it could damage the new adult tooth in the gum.

An abscess – rinse your mouth with warm, salty water and apply a cold compress to ease any swelling. If you experience intense pain and swelling, accompanied by flu-like symptoms, you should go to your nearest A&E department.