Dental trauma is an injury to your teeth, jaw, mouth and the surrounding soft tissues. This can expose the inner tissue of the tooth to an infection and may even require a root canal therapy.More
Toothache is when a patient suffers from severe pain in and around the problematic tooth and the jaw. It may occur due to abscessed tooth, fracture in the tooth, damaged fillings, infected gums and teeth grinding.More
Swollen gums turn red, puffy and these are early symptoms of gum disease. You should talk to your dentist as soon as possible in order to prevent further damage.More
Emergency Dentist London is a state-of-the-art emergency dental care centre that provides out of hour dental services throughout the year. We’re strategically located at the Ground Floor of 70 Great Russel Street, Holborn, London. Our dentists are dedicated to provide round-the-clock service so that we can help you if you have emergency dental needs. We not only offer same-day appointments but also accept patients on Saturdays and Sundays if they find the weekend more suitable. Please feel free to call us at 02031376356 or drop an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to book your appointment.
Dental emergencies can occur at any time, making you feel completely helpless. Our out-of-hours dental emergency service proves helpful in helping you with any urgent dental concerns and problems.
Don’t hesitate to avail our urgent dental care in cases like severe toothache, chipped or knocked out tooth, broken denture, fallen out crown, dental trauma, swollen gums and others.
Our Emergency dentist possesses an impressive track record in providing fast relief to your problem.
Watch our exclusive video on dental emergency for a patient and the discussion of the necessary steps for a proper diagnosis.
|EMERGENCY APPOINTMENT (NON-REGISTERED PATIENT)||£89.00|
|OUT OF HOURS||From £189.00|
|AESTHETIC WHITE FILLINGS ANTERIOR||From £85.00|
|TEMPORARY FILLINGS||From £50.00|
|ROOT CANAL TREATMENT||From £295.00|
|WISDOM TOOTH EXTRACTION||From £250.00|
|CROWNS PER UNIT||From £595.00|
|VENEERS PER UNIT||From £695.00|
|BRIDGE PER UNIT||From £595.00|
|CERAMIC ONLAYS||From £595.00|
|CORE BUILD UP||£150.00|
|ADDITION OF TOOTH||£85.00|
ALL OF OUR DENTAL MEMBERS RECEIVE 15% OFF OUR STANDARD PRICES (EXCEPT DENTAL IMPLANTS SERVICES)
We allow patients to book their appointments online during the weekend. Our dentists prioritise each case and provide appointments on Saturdays and Sundays to help you overcome the pain and suffering. Dental trauma, swollen gums, crowns that have fallen out, broken dentures, toothache and dental injury are some issues that require out of hour dental care during emergencies.
Regular check-up is important so that you can maintain good oral health and hygiene. Our dentists usually suggest examining your teeth and your mouth every 6 months to stay away from any oral diseases. However, there are other reasons why it is necessary to perform six-month regular check-ups. Some of these are:
Dental emergencies can happen at any time and at any place and you need to stay prepared for such situations. Make sure you carry a dental first aid kit with these items.
Toothache – Use warm water to rinse your mouth and floss daily to remove food particles lodged in between the teeth. If your mouth is swollen, apply cold compress on the cheek to reduce the pain.
Chipped or broken teeth – Rinse your mouth with warm water and keep the broken teeth pieces saved until you visit a dentist. If there is bleeding, try to use a piece of gauze on the affected area for atleast 10 minutes or till the bleeding stops. Apply a cold compress on the outside of your cheeks, lips or mouth near the broken/chipped tooth to relieve the pain and uneasiness.
Knocked Tooth – In this case, it is important that you pay proper attention as the tooth has been knocked out. Here are a few things that you can do before you visit our dentists.
Extruded (partially dislodged) tooth – You will have to apply cold compress to the outside of your cheeks or mouth on the affected area to ease the pain till you go to your dentist. You can take over-the-counter pain reliever to get rid of the uneasiness and discomfort.
Small food particles in between the teeth – Flossing thoroughly can help you to remove small food particles that have got stuck in between your teeth. If you cannot remove the object, it is advised to see your dentist immediately. You should never use a pin or any sharp objects to remove the object stuck between the teeth.
Loose Tooth – It can happen due to injury or trauma to the face while playing a sport or practicing other activities. It is advised to call our dentist to solve the problem.
Missing Filling or Crown – It might get lost due to eating hard food, injury or trauma. In this situation, the tooth gets exposed to bacteria, germs and change in temperature which may be the reason for the sensitivity or pain. Seek an appointment with an emergency dentist to fill the cavity.