Is it time to see the NHS dentist in Oxford?

In a world where we are all so busy and have to tackle so many tasks at the same time, it is important to prioritise tasks, especially when they are health-related. Yet visiting the dentist regularly is not a priority for many people.

Dentist in OxfordAt Studental, we provide quality oral care services and we want to ensure that our patients get all the attention they deserve. If you want to stay on top of your oral health and prevent any problems before they become too serious, then you should arrange an appointment with our NHS dentist in Oxford.


Pain usually indicates that something is wrong with your teeth and/or gums. If you suffer from a toothache it is really important to see our NHS dentist in Oxford, even if the pain goes away after medication. A toothache may be caused by:

  • Gum disease
  • Tooth decay
  • Abscesses
  • Tooth grinding
  • Infection
  • Irregular bite.

Instead of relying on painkillers, it is imperative to see our NHS dentist in Oxford. Any of the above symptoms are serious enough to cause problems such as tooth loss is left untreated.

Bleeding gums

If you have sensitive, puffy, red, swollen and bleeding gums, then you probably have gum disease. Gum disease is a serious oral condition that is linked to various health problems.

Fortunately, early-stage gum disease can be reversed with a thorough dental cleaning and great oral care at home.

If your gums keep bleeding even after treatment, however, you should seek the help of our dentist in Oxford. Bleeding gums are also an indication of diabetes or heart disease. In this case, our NHS dentist in Oxford will conduct further examinations.

Don’t ignore the signs

If you want to have healthy teeth and gums, it is critical not to ignore the signs and to visit your dentist bi-annually or more often if needed. Our experienced dentists can diagnose various problems before they become too serious as this will save time and money in the long run. Not convinced? Give us a call and we will book an appointment for you. We are here to answer all the questions you may have.

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We would like to inform you that due to the COVID-19 outbreak we are currently unable to work as normal following the latest government guidelines.

This is not a decision we have taken lightly but we feel it is our responsibility to protect you, our valued patients, our team and our families. We have taken the difficult decision to cancel all routine exams, treatments and hygiene appointments.

Please do not arrive at the practice unannounced.

We will be maintaining a telephone service for advice and booking emergency appointments. Dental emergencies include:

  • Severe pain for over 48 hours
  • Facial Swelling
  • Trauma or uncontrolled bleeding

We understand this is inconvenient and it may mean the treatment timelines are extended. We will be able to reconvene normal service once it is safe to do so. If your appointment needs to be postponed, one of the team will be in touch.

For information on managing your toothache at home click here

Thank you for all your support during these uncertain times.

Stay safe and we look forward to seeing you all soon.