Clinics with extended timetable for emergencies
If you live in Madrid or Barcelona, please directly attend the clinic in the timetable established if outside telephone service hours.
Frequently asked questions
Generally, the following cases are deemed to be urgent:
- Signs of gum inflammation.
- Acute teeth or gum pain.
- Broken teeth.
- Difficulty fully opening your mouth.
- Open wound in your mouth requiring stitches.
- Persistent oral haemorrhage.
If this is your case, we recommend that you request an appointment as soon as
- In the event of signs of an infection or inflammation, use an antiseptic mouthwash.
- Take ibuprofen or paracetamol if you have intense pain (taking into account the
instructions of the information leaflet).
- Keep any lost teeth or treatment components in a sterilised container.
- If you have had oral surgery, it is important that you clean your stitches well.
The guidelines to minimise the risk of a dental emergency are as follows:
- Maintain a correct oral hygiene routine.
- Frequent regular check-ups at the dentist to identify potential problems and
treat them before they worsen.
- Continuation of treatment and conservation of oral health items (mouth guards,
prostheses, brushes, etc.).
- Avoid chewing excessively hard foods.