Emergency Dentist Cost in London

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Emergency Dentist

A dental emergency can happen to anyone at any time. When it does occur, a dental emergency is not very pleasant. It is important you contact an emergency dentist in London as soon as you can – the emergency dentist can conduct a full evaluation to help minimize any temporary or permanent damage to the teeth, gums or bone structure. Dental measures taken in good time can help to relieve pain and also help prevent more serious dental issues from arising.

Whites Dental provides an emergency dentist service to patients near us in Central London who have experienced a dental emergency. We provide emergency dental appointments within the practice during surgery hours. We are open on Saturdays as well. Our emergency dentist service is available both to registered as well as non-registered patients. We can often offer a same day emergency appointment if you require dental attention immediately – this is especially so if you contact us before 10am on the day. We have listed some of the common dental emergencies we treat regularly –

  • Chipped or broken tooth
  • Toothaches – both mild and severe
  • A painful wisdom tooth
  • A broken crown or bridge or veneer
  • Dental abscess
  • Gum infections / painful gums
  • Dental injury or trauma

It is common for patients who have suffered a dental trauma, have a toothache or have another form of dental pain to take painkillers such as Ibuprofen or Paracetamol from a pharmacy. However, if your toothache or tooth pain is a result of an underlying dental issue, you should make an appointment with an emergency dentist in order to address the underlying dental problem.

Dental Emergency – What You Should Do

A dental emergency either to yourself or to a loved one can be both frightening and stressful, especially if you or your love one are in pain. However, it is important that you stay calm and act quickly to help ensure the best outcome. Many dental practices in Central London provide emergency dentist services, including offering same day appointments as well. We advise you to see a dentist as soon as you can if you or a loved one are experiencing a dental emergency. Once you have had a chance to make an appointment with an emergency dentist, the dentist can first relieve the pain in the short term and advice on how to address the underlying issue. It’s vital you address the underlying issue the dentist advises, as chances are, if its left untreated, it can cause issues again in the future.

Invest In Your Long-Term Dental Care

Once your dental emergency has been resolved, it’s important to understand why the dental emergency arose in the first place. Some dental emergencies are a result of a trauma or accident that you may have experienced – such as a minor accident or a fall that’s impacted your teeth and oral tissue in some way. Other dental emergencies can occur as a result of underlying dental issues that may have been fostering for a while – for example, a tooth decay that’s reached the underlying nerve, leading to a dental abscess and intense pain. For issues like this, it’s important you address the underlying root cause on why it occurred in the first place. We often find that patients who come to us with mild or severe toothaches haven’t been aware of the underlying tooth decay or they hadn’t had a chance to address it in time. In order to fix this, we advise our patients to have regular dental check-ups, where a dentist can assess the overall health of your teeth and gums, advising you of any underlying dental issues such as tooth decay that needs to be addressed. Furthermore, it’s important you treat the underlying issue before it becomes so severe that it manifests itself as a dental emergency.

Emergency Dentist – Same Day Appointments

At Whites Dental, we have some of the leading dentists in London working with us. They are highly experienced and committed to providing a warm, friendly and caring experience to all our patients. An emergency dental service is not pleasant, but our friendly dentists go to great lengths to make the experience as painless and gentle as possible for you. Our dentists can typically offer same day emergency appointments, especially if you call us before 10am. We usually keep 2-3 appointments just for emergency dentist services every day. If you or a loved one have experienced a dental emergency, why not call our friendly reception team, who will be happy to book you in for an emergency appointment as quickly as they possibly can.

Emergency Dentist Cost

Our emergency dentist services are very affordable. Gone are the days when you needed to spend hundreds of pounds to see an emergency dentist in London. Our emergency dentist costs are listed in the cost table below. Our costs are very competitive and are designed to provide patients an affordable way to address their dental emergency needs.

Emergency Dentist Costs

Emergency Appointment
Targeted consultation to deal with a single issue. Treatment fee extra
White Fillings
Price varies by size and complexity of filling
£90 to £160
Price is per tooth and depends on tooth and complexity
from £110
Extractions – Surgical / Complex
Price is per tooth and depends on tooth and complexity
from £200
Chip Repair from £100
Temporary Dressing £50
Prescription £15

Ethically Priced
Our emergency dentist treatments are very ethically priced. That typically results in our prices being very competitive.

Dr. Deepa and Dr. Xenia are very experienced dentists, with over 20 years of dental experience between the two of them.

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Whites Dental provides Emergency Dentist services to patients around us in Central London, London Waterloo, Elephant and Castle and London Bridge. This webpage provides patients details of how much some of our emergency dentist services cost. We are conveniently located in London Waterloo SE1, right across the street from Southwark Tube. We are in close proximity to Waterloo train station.

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