There are some instances where a tooth cannot be saved and tooth extraction is the last resort.  Removing the tooth itself is relatively straight forward and is not painful.

You will feel a little bit of pressure, and a local anaesthetic is usually enough for most people.  Once the tooth is removed, the dentist will discuss options in terms of replacement such as a bridge or an implant.

Covid Update

Dear Patient

Clayhall Dental Care Remains Open!
Following the Prime Minister’s announcement that we are going into a second national lockdown from Thursday, 5 November we wish to assure all our patients that Clayhall Dental Care will remain open.

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