Our emergency dentists in South Woodford, East London are only too aware that life doesn’t always go to plan, teeth get knocked, fillings and dentures break and crowns fall out.
Well, the next time you accidently chip your tooth, or wake up with a blinding dental emergency, you can call our emergency dental service and we’ll do our best to get you on the same day. Emergency dental care can be nerve racking and emergency dental appointments difficult to come by, that’s why we’ve set up our practice to ensure our dental patients are as comfortable and relaxed as possible.
Call 020 8989 6246
Our Emergency dental treatment costs around £80 per treatment, this includes:
- Stabilizing problem
- All x-rays required
Even though we stay open late in the evenings, if you need an emergency dentist on Saturday, an out of hours’ appointment may be available.
How long is an emergency appointment ?
It usually takes around 30 minutes to an hour to complete a dental emergency appointment, this is dependent on how long the issue takes to diagnose and stabilise.
I need an emergency dentist in East London, are you near ?
Our emergency dental practice is situated in South Woodford, East London. South Woodford less than 20 minutes away from London Liverpool Street Station by tube. We also offer free parking in South Woodford for patients requiring an emergency dentist.
Our emergency dental services are open to all patients from Wanstead, Leytonstone, Chigwell, Loughton and Leyton as well as Woodford.
How much does emergency dentist treatment cost ?
Emergency dental work costs around £80 per treatment, this can vary depending on treatment needed, after the issue is diagnosed, we’ll inform you about the treatment and costs.
I’m not sure if I need to go to the hospital or see an emergency dentist?
Call us for an emergency dentist appointment if:
Your emergency relates to toothache, a swollen face, a broken tooth or filling, a crown or bridge has fallen out/ is damaged, a broken denture or if a tooth has been knocked out.
If you are experiencing bleeding an extraction apply pressure with gauze for 15 – 20 minutes. If after this you are still concerned, contact the surgery.
If at any time you struggle to breathe contact us immediately or the accident and emergency department of your local hospital.
If you are experiencing pain after an extraction, over-the-counter painkillers like ibuprofen or paracetamol or an ice pack may help, if you still experience severe pain after a few days, please contact our Emergency Dental surgery.