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For further information on the range of dental treatments and services available at our Dental Practice, please contact us.
Why do I need to go to the dentist regularly?
Why is tooth ache worse at night time?
If I go to A&E with tooth ache will they treat me?
However, if you have facial swelling that is affecting your ability to breathe then we advise you to visit A&E.
How to get emergency dental treatment on the NHS?
If you are registered with a NHS dentist you may be able to get a dentist appointment at your own dentist, however it may not be on the same day. Dental practices generally close at 5 pm so to get an NHS emergency dentist appointment may be difficult.
Out of hours NHS do provide emergency appointments but have a very strict criteria such as persistent bleeding and difficulty in breathing or swallowing due to swelling.
NHS England Out of Hours
The basic emergency/urgent treatment is for patient experiencing pain not controlled by regular pain relief taken for 48 hours. It is also for uncontrolled bleeding, large swelling or dental trauma.
Emergency Service helpline
Tel: 0161 476 9651 or 111
NHS England operates 7 days a week including Bank Holidays 9.00am to 9.30pm.
Patients are triaged appropriately and given an appointment where necessary.
Will the dentist hurt me?
Is it true that electric toothbrushes are better than manual ones?
What is the advantage of having private dentures over NHS dentures?
Can I have Teeth whitening?
Can I trust those teeth whitening strips or kits that I see in ads?
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This is an opportunity to meet our dentist during a relaxed and informative initial visit. At this consultation, you will be able to discuss your oral health and any concerns you may have. A thorough treatment plan will be discussed and agreed – including associated costs.
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Our dentists are here for your rouine check-up, emergency care, or cosmetic enhancements, our goal is to be your trusted partner in achieving optimal oral health.