Castle Street Dental Practice
(© Carrigtwohill Dental Practice 2020
Emergency Appointments The unexpected always happens right when you’re not expecting it. Every day we schedule emergency appointments to deal with everything from a lost filling to a broken tooth, to a large facial abscess, to a severe toothache, wisdom tooth trouble, a loose or lost crown or broken dentures. If you have a problem please call the Practice on 021 4533864 as soon as you can, preferably as early in the day as you can, and we will do our best to get you in on the same day. In particular, if you have a facial swelling you should seek an appointment as soon as possible as these can very occasionally spread and cause a life threatening situation. If you have a large swelling and you think that it might be interfering with your breathing you should make your way immediately to the Emergency Department at Cork University Hospital.
Castle Street Dental Practice 12 Castle Street Macroom Co. Cork P12 N296 Call us on 026 41487 Email: castlestdp@gmailcom
Opening Hours Monday 9am to 6pm Tuesday 9am to 6pm Wednesday 9am to 6pm Thursday 9am to 6pm Friday 9am to 6pm Saturday 9am to 4pm
12 Castle Street Macroom Co. Cork P12 N296 Email: castlestdp@gmail.com

Castle Street Dental

© Carrigtwohill Dental Practice 2020
Emergency Appointments The unexpected always happens right when you’re not expecting it. Every day we schedule emergency appointments to deal with everything from a lost filling to a broken tooth, to a large facial abscess, to a severe toothache, wisdom tooth trouble, a loose or lost crown or broken dentures. If you have a problem please call the Practice on 021 4533864 as soon as you can, preferably as early in the day as you can, and we will do our best to get you in on the same day. In particular, if you have a facial swelling you should seek an appointment as soon as possible as these can very occasionally spread and cause a life threatening situation. If you have a large swelling and you think that it might be interfering with your breathing you should make your way immediately to the Emergency Department at Cork University Hospital.