DENTAL EMERGENCY CLINIC IN AMSTERDAM, UTRECHT & AMERSFOORT
OLVG Hospital, location east
The Clinic is located at the Oosterpark 9 in Amsterdam.
St. Antonius Utrecht
The Clinic is located at the Soestwetering 1 in Utrecht.
DENTAL EMERGENCY CLINIC
24 / 7 AvailableOur dentist are 24 hours per day, 7 days per week on call. In case of a critical emergency in the night a dentist will be called. In order to avoid queues, please call us for an appointment.
CostDepending on the treatment the total cost will normally vary between €40 and €250. Please note that the treatment needs to be paid directly after the treatment, preferably with a Direct Debit Card or Credit Card.
TeamOur experienced dentist work closely together with the Pharmacy, General Practitioner, Emergency Service and Dental Surgeons all conveniently located in the OLVG, ST.ANTONIUS Hospital and MEANDER MC.
MOST COMMON EMERGENCY TREATMENTS
Please find below a list of complaints which require emergency dental care. Do you have any of these complaints? Please contact the Emergency Dental Clinic for an appointment. You will be treated the same day.
Minor emergency treatments
- Crown or filling which has fallen-out
- Too high filling
- Sharp edges, which cause damage to the tongue or to the inside of your cheek
- Loose iron wire shackle, which causes damage to the tongue or to the inside of your cheek
- Toothache (hole)
- Nerve/root pain (endodontic complaints)
- Pain after pulling a tooth, which is not possible to suppress by painkillers
- Inflammation of the gums
- Pain in the jaw joints
Critical emergency treatments
- Broken tooth
- Failed tooth
- Loose tooth
- Secondary bleeding after pulling tooth
- Abscess formation
- Swollen cheek of an inflammation
IMMEDIATELY CALL A DENTIST!
FIRST AID IN CASE OF EMERGENCIES TREATMENTS
Broken or failed tooth?
Hold the tooth by its crown (i.e. the part that is visible above the gums) and clean it in your mouth. If this is not possible clean the tooth in a bowl of milk. Do not clean the tooth with water as this will destroy the living cells of the root and will diminish chances the tooth will survive.
Try to put the tooth back in its original place in the jaw. If not successful, make sure the tooth remains humid. Best to keep the tooth in the fold of your cheek in the mouth, if this is not possible keep it in a cup with milk. If the tooth is dry for longer than 30 minutes, chances are slim the tooth will survive. Always go to a dentist as soon as possible!
Partially broken tooth?
If part of your tooth is broken off, go to a dentist as soon as possible. At the ruptured surface an inflammation may arise. Always take the part of the tooth which is broken of with you to the dentist. Often it can be used to restore the tooth.
After the treatment you will receive an invoice that you can submit to your health insurance.
On the website of your health insurance you can determine whether your treatment qualifies for reimbursement.
Our tariffs are in accordance with and determined by the Dutch Healthcare Authority (NZA).
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