Following our advice on diet and cleaning along with regular check-ups should minimise the chances of experiencing dental emergencies.
However, should you require an emergency appointment, please call us as soon as possible in the morning, as appointments are available daily for emergencies and are allocated on a first-come first-served basis.
If you are in pain and we have no appointments left for the day we may ask you to come in to sit and wait and we will see you when we are able. If the problem is not urgent we may ask you to come in within the next couple of days.
NHS emergency appointments are available for our own registered patients who have attended for a check-up in the past two years. If you have not attended in the past two years the emergency appointment will be on a private basis. Saturday appointments will also be on a private basis. You can find our fees list here or speak to our reception team for current pricing.
If complex treatment is required, you may be asked to come back another time to complete the treatment when there is more time available.
If a tooth has been knocked out, place the tooth in milk (do not scrub or clean the tooth) and call us immediately.
Outside of practice opening hours please call NHS 111 for advice.