However we care for our smiles and whatever we do for work and recreation, accidents can (and do) happen. But ensuring you’re prepared when the worst occurs means you’re able to act quickly and make a bad situation better.

Emergencies can occur for a whole range of reasons, and across a whole scale of severity. But from the smallest accident to the biggest injury, you can guarantee we’ll help to get you back on your feet and treat you with the care and respect you deserve.

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The benefits

When an emergency strikes, you want to feel you’re in safe hands. Happily, you can count on our dental practice to put things right if the worst does happen.

  • Same-day emergency appointments available
  • Effective treatments for infections, lost teeth, damaged dental apparatus and more
  • Referrals available for more complex emergency cases
  • Follow-up appointments available
  • Dedicated emergency line: 07834 187276
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Generally speaking, the sooner you can get help, the better the outcome. If you’re experiencing pain, have lost a tooth, or believe it’s an emergency, get in touch with our team immediately.

There are lots of things that could constitute a dental emergency, but a good rule of thumb is that if you’re experiencing severe and consistent oral pain, get checked out. Common problems range from tooth decay and toothache to lost teeth and infections.

Our prices for emergency care start at £XXX, as it depends on what exactly is needed to make you comfortable and correct the issue. We can guide you on costings during your emergency dentist appointment.

Our emergency dental number is 07834 187276, however if your enquiry can wait until the next day, you can contact us on our usual number, 01509 261006.

  • Care for your smile: Some emergencies occur through infection or abscess, which develop due to infection and more common in those with poor oral hygiene.
  • Wear a mouthguard: We see many injuries stemming from extreme or contact sports — anything from rugby to biking. A mouthguard can help protect your teeth from cracking, breaking or loosening.
  • Have regular check-ups: Your dentist is trained to spot signs of decay and other oral health concerns. Book regular appointments to keep on top of your smile.