Emergency Dentist London Bridge

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Emergency Dentist London Bridge

Our experienced dentists provide an Emergency Dentist service to patient in London Bridge and surrounding area. If you have a dental emergency, you should see a dentist as quickly as you can. At Whites Dental, we can usually provide a same day emergency dentist service for dental emergencies such as chipped teeth, toothache, broken crowns, root canal, wisdom tooth extraction, abscesses, dental trauma and swollen face.

Whites Dental is located in London Waterloo SE1, adjacent to Southwark tube station. We are a 10 minutes’ walk from London Bridge and Borough Market.

We are open on Saturdays. Please call us or email us for a same day appointment.

Emergency Appointment
Targeted appointment to deal with a single issue. Includes x-rays
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
Dental Examination
c.40 mins check-up, dental review and upto two x-rays
Hygienist Clean – Standard
c.30 mins dental hygiene session includes scale and polish
Hygienist Clean – Platinum
c.60 mins scale and polish, deep clean and localised stain removal
Exam & Hygiene Package
c. 40 mins exam and c.20 mins hygiene clean. Upto 2 X-rays included
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 20 years of dental experience between the two of them.

Please click here to visit our Emergency Dentist homepage.

Typical Dental Emergency Treatments


Toothache can occur due to a number of different reasons. Odontogenic toothache is pain associated with dental pulp or peri-radicular tissues. Peri- radicular pain may originate from the pulp, often due to a disease in the pulp, which then extends to the peri-radicular tissues. However, toothache can also be of periodontal or gum related origin (also called periodontal disease). Acute inflammation of periodontal ligament (or gums) surrounding a tooth can also often cause pain. This condition is referred to as apical periodontitis and can be caused by inflammatory mediators from the pulp that is inflamed and bacterial toxins from the necrotic pulp.

If you are suffering from inflammatory mediators, you should seek dental or medical assistance to address the underlying issue. Our emergency dentist appointment can help address toothache related dental issues.

Lost or Broken Filling?

A fractured or dislodged filling that is broken or possibly lost can cause discomfort or even pain due to jagged edges. Also, if the filling is in a visible area of the patients’ mouth, there can be aesthetical concerns associated with it. Patients should ensure they don’t apply pressure around the concerned area, as this may cause cuts to develop on the tongue causing further discomfort. Loss of a filling may sometimes cause irritation to the inside of your cheek, which may lead to an ulcer in some cases.

Sharp edges can be very easily addressed by the dentist by levelling or smoothening the filling or tooth edge. This can be easily performed during the emergency dentist appointment.

Broken Dental Crown?

Dental Crowns may sometimes come loose or even break due to weak cement, decementation, fracture or excessive occlusal forces in the mouth. They may also sometimes break as a result of non-retentive preparation or secondary caries. A broken or loose crown can lead to risk of ingestion or potenal inhalation, although that’s not very likely. A broken or loose crown can be fixed by immediate recementation or also by preparing and fitting a replacement or temporary crown. Several factors are taken into account to make the decision – these include the strength of the temporary crown alongside associated occlusal forces. A occlusal check is therefore very important in this regard.

Our dentist will assess an appropriate course of action once they have conducted a full assessment during the emergency dentist appointment.

Dental Trauma?

Dental trauma is typically an injury on soft or hard tissues of the mouth. This includes the teeth and gums, lips, tongue, periodontium and cheeks. If you have a tooth that’s come out as a result of a trauma, the prognosis for the tooth increasingly gets worse the longer the tooth remains out of the patients mouth. Dental Trauma may include conditions such as enamel fracture, enamel or crown infraction or crown / root fracture.

If you suffer from any of the above conditions, our dentists can assist you as part of the emergency dentist appointment.

Whites Dental provides a Emergency Dentist London Bridge service including chipped tooth, lost or broken filling, toothache, root canal treatment, wisdom tooth extraction, broken crown to patients in Central London. We are located in London Waterloo SE1, next to Southwark Tube. We are also a 10 minutes’ walk from London Bridge, Borough, Waterloo, Southbank and Elephant &Castle station.

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