An emergency dentist provides a quick diagnosis when you are in need of emergency dental treatment and cannot follow the usual procedures of booking an appointment with your regular dentist. You will receive prompt care and attention so that you do not have to suffer.
Emergency Dental Treatments at Mouth Dental
If you are in need of an emergency dentist in the canary wharf or nine elms areas then choose Mouth Dental which is an exceptional multi-clinic dental practice with resident dental professionals. Our specialists in oral surgery, endodontics, periodontics and orthodontics provide patients with state-of-the-art dental solutions including emergency dental treatment, under one roof. There is a reason we are considered the leading dental and specialist referral centre with more than 50 local dental clinics referring their complex cases to our in-house team.
Why Mouth Dental
We treat both registered and non-registered patients for dental emergencies. Our team of experienced emergency dentists are always at hand to deal with any dental trauma that can arise suddenly. We aim to see patients within 24 hours of contacting the clinic. Backed by experience and our state-of-the-art equipment, your source of dental pain is quickly diagnosed, and immediate remedial action will be taken.
If you require further specialised treatment to solve the problem you will be referred to the correct dental professional. If you are registered with us we aim to book you with your regular dentist, but if that is not possible the next available clinician will treat your dental emergency.
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Booking emergency dental treatments at Mouth Dental
Our normal opening hours are Monday to Friday (excluding public or bank holidays). For emergency appointments outside of our opening hours or if our clinic is closed, you can call any of our three practices where you will be provided with contact details on who to contact.
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Frequently asked questions
What instances are considered to be dental emergencies?
A sudden dental problem that needs immediate treatment to save a tooth, stop bleeding or alleviate severe pain can be considered a dental emergency. Severe infections that can be life-threatening, sudden sharp pains and facial swellings can also be considered dental emergencies.
What are the treatments provided by an emergency dentist?
Emergency dental treatment will include an examination and initial x-ray if needed, to locate the problem. If possible it will be sorted out immediately. If you are in severe pain you will be offered pain relief. If immediate treatment is not needed after the pain relief you will be referred to a relevant dental professional.
How do you find an emergency dentist in Canary Wharf?
To find an emergency dentist in Canary Wharf you can do a quick search online and find clinics offering 24 hours urgent dental care or check with your regular dental clinic. You can also call NHS 111 for an emergency dentist appointment if you do not have a regular clinic you go to.
What are the considerations to be made when selecting an emergency dentist?
- Look for a clinic close by, ideally something within 20 to 30 minutes from your location
- Look for a reputed clinic that comes highly recommended
- A clinic that will accept your dental insurance plan
- Find out about the emergency services they provide
- Look at the qualifications and experience of the dental practitioners
- How easy it is to book an emergency appointment with the clinic
How do you book an appointment with an emergency dentist?
In an emergency you should first try to contact the clinic you are registered with for an appointment. If you do not have one then look for a reputed clinic close to your location. Most dental care clinics keep some slots free throughout the day for emergencies and so you should be able to see a dentist within 24 hours.
What to expect at an emergency dental appointment?
During an emergency dental appointment an immediate assessment will be made of your situation. After a diagnosis has been reached, you will be informed of the best treatment options, the cost and whether it needs to be done immediately or not. For immediate relief you may be prescribed pain relief medication.
How much do emergency dental treatments cost?
Emergency dental consultation and treatment costs will depend on the actual treatment you will require. A rough breakdown of a few procedure prices is as follows, which are subject to change. You will be informed of the actual cost before any treatment is done.
- New patient consultation or check up £99
- Simple x-ray £17
- Hygiene clean from £90
- Composite filling from £150
- Root canal treatment from £845
- Tooth extraction from £295
- Crowns from £850
What are the payment options?
Mouth Dental offers payment plans to help spread out the cost. There is a ‘pay as you go’ option. Learn more about the 0% interest-free finance over 12 months and the 9.9% interest for up to five years done in partnership with Chrysalis Finance.
Emergency Dentists at Mouth Dental
Depending on the emergency we aim to see emergency patients within 24 hours of contacting the clinic. If you are registered with us we try our best to book you with your registered dentist, but if the emergency level is high we then make the appointment with the next available clinician.
Our team of experienced emergency dentists are always at hand to deal with any dental trauma that can arise suddenly. Using their expertise and state-of-the-art equipment, they can quickly diagnose the source of your dental pain and take the necessary remedial action. When you trust Mouth Dental with your dental requirements you know you are in experienced, safe and capable hands.