Emergency Dentist Waterloo & London Bridge

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Call us on 0208 616 0590  or email us at reception@whitesdental.co.uk  to book an appointment.

Emergency Dentist in Waterloo & London Bridge

Whites Dental in Waterloo SE1 provides an Emergency Dentist service to patients in our vicinity. At Whites Dental, we can typically offer a same day emergency appointment for dental emergencies such as toothache, broken crowns, chipped tooth, abscesses, dental trauma and also a swollen face.

We are located in London Waterloo, adjacent to Southwark Tube station and are an under 10mins walk from London Bridge, Borough, Southbank and Blackfriars. Please call us or email us for a same day appointment.

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Crown Re-Cement

Fees

Emergency Appointment
Targeted consultation to deal with a single issue. Treatment fee extra
£65
White Fillings
Price varies by size and complexity of filling
£100 to £160
Extractions
Price is per tooth and depends on tooth and complexity
from £110
Wisdom Tooth Extraction
Price is per tooth and depends on tooth and complexity
from £200
Chip Repair
Price is per tooth and depends on complexity
from £100
Prescription
Medical prescription for infections or similar issues
£15
Crown Re-Cement
Price is per crown and depends on complexity
£80
Orthodontic Repairs
Fix broken brackets and wires
from £60
Broken Tooth Repair
Price is per tooth and depends on complexity
from £160
Root Canal Treatment
Price is per tooth and depends on complexity
from £345

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 30 years of dental experience between the two of them.

Our Team

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Dr. Deepa

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Dr. Xenia

Leading Dentists
Dr. Deepa is our principal dentist. She has c.16 years of experience in providing general dentistry to families and office going professionals. Her down to earth, warm and friendly persona helps her to very quickly bond with her patients. Always looking to further her education, she has completed an advanced restorative course. Anxious patients are Deepa’s speciality; she takes a very personal approach, helping put patients as ease – always ensuring the patients comfort and sense of ease are a primary consideration.

Dr. Xenia graduated in 2005 as a general dental practitioner and has over 15 years of private dental experience. She has continued her professional development with the Royal College of Surgeons in restorative dentistry. In her own words, Dr. Xenia says “The way in which I communicate with my patients is a very high priority to me. Also, it’s vitally important to me that all my patients have the comfort and confidence in the treatments we undertake and leave with a happy smile. I am constantly updating my skills so that my patients can benefit from the latest dental techniques available.”

Patient Testimonials

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At Whites Dental, we try very hard to exceed the expectations of each and every patient, providing you with an exceptional dental experience.

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"The team clearly care very much about the service they provide and will go to great lengths to ensure that you, as the paying customer, are satisfied."
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"The repair to the chipped tooth was excellent, the team highly professional and informative, and the room incredibly clean."
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"Great experience, professional staff and reasonably priced. Best dentist I've ever been to."
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"Great service. the hygienist was lovely and very supportive (i am a big wimp) - talked me through whole procedure and gave good advice. thank you! will definitely be back"
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Common Dental Emergencies

Have A Tooth Ache?

Tooth ache can occur due to a number of reasons. Pain associated with dental pulp or peri-radicular tissues is called Odontogenic pain. Peri- radicular pain can originate in the pulp, commonly due to disease in the pulp, which extends to the peri-radicular tissues. However, it can also be of periodontal origin (periodontal disease). Acute inflammation of the periodontal ligament surrounding a tooth can also cause pain. This is referred to as apical periodontitis and can often be caused by inflammatory mediators from pulp that is irreversibly inflamed and bacterial toxins from necrotic pulp. In addition, restorations not property contoured some endodontic treatment can also cause this condition. A patient should seek medical assistance to address tooth pains.

Lost or Broken Filling?

If a patient has a fractured or dislodged filling that is broken or potentially lost, this could cause discomfort to the patient or even pain as a result of jagged edges. If the filling is located in a visible area of the mouth, there can be associated aesthetical concerns. Patients need to ensure they do not apply pressure around the concerned area, as this could cause cuts to develop on the tongue. Loss of a filling can sometimes cause irritation to the inside of the cheek, this could lead to an ulcer in some cases. Sharp edges can be easily addressed by smoothening or levelling the filling or tooth edge. This can be easily achieved during the emergency appointment.

Broken Crown?

Crowns can sometimes become loose or break due to a fracture, weak cement, decementation or excessive occlusal forces. They can also break due to non-retentive preparation or secondary caries. A loose or broken crown can cause risk of ingestion or potentially inhalation, although that’s less likely. A loose or broken crown can be addressed by immediate recementation or by fitting a replacement crown. Factors taken into account to make the decision include strength of the temporary crown to be placed alongside associated occlusal forces. A good occlusal check is therefore very important. The occlusion check needs to include static and functional occlusion as well as the possible presence of habits such as bruxism or clenching. We can assess an appropriate course of action following assessment during the emergency appointment.

Dental Trauma?

Dental trauma is often an injury on hard or soft tissues of the oral cavity. This includes the teeth and its surrounding tissues, tongue, lips, periodontium and also cheeks. The prognosis for the tooth gets worse the longer it remains out of the mouth. Dental Trauma can include conditions such as enamel / crown infraction, Enamel fracture, Crown / root fracture etc.

Please visit our Whites Dental website at www.whitesdental.co.uk for more details about our emergency dentist near me service. Our experienced dentists will endeavour to assist with the dental emergency as quickly as we possibly can.

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