Accepting New Emergency Dental Patients
New Patient Check-Up Fee
Now Only £65
See A London Emergency Dentist For £65 Today


Dental Emergency
Emergency to be seen for new patients only £65
Our highly experienced and caring emergency dentists provide urgent dental care services in London to patients who suffer from a variety of dental emergencies. These can be more routine emergency dental treatments for chipped tooth, lost filling, broken tooth, severe tooth pain, lost or broken dentures and broken crown/ veneer, swellings to more complex surgical procedures like extraction of wisdom teeth, root canal treatments and damages due to dental traumas.
Your First Step To A Healthy Smile

As a new patient at Westbourne Grove Dental, your first appointment would be for a new patient examination.

At this appointment, you would need to complete a medical history form, and we would conduct a thorough dental examination to check the health of your gums, teeth and mouth.

Our Emergency New Patient Examination costs £65.

At this appointment, we are focused on getting to know you, making you feel relaxed about your work, discussing any concerns you may have with your smile, and going through any treatment preferences or nuances you may have.

If you are happy with your smile and your dental health is fine, too, we are pleased to offer advice on how to look after and maintain your smile.

Get your Emergency Dental Appointment Today!

How does it work?

Call Us

Call us immediately if you need emergency treatment.

Book your appointment

We will book an emergency appointment for you as soon as is humanly possible.

Ease your pain

At your emergency appointment we will do everything we can to ease your pain.

Dealing with your problem

We will discuss and advise the best options to deal with your problem.

Answers to commonly asked questions about emergency dental treatment

Dental emergencies require immediate attention to address severe pain, bleeding, or save an injured tooth. These situations can include:

– Knocked-out tooth
– Lost filling
– Partially dislodged tooth
– Abscess
– Gum injuries
– Severe, potentially life-threatening infections

If you experience any of these symptoms, contact our London dental practice for an emergency appointment. If unsure, consult a dental professional to determine if your issue requires prompt attention or can wait a few days.

If your toothache persists for over two days, it’s time to see a dentist. Additionally, if you experience:

– High temperature
– Pain when biting down
– Swelling

Seek dental care as soon as possible. While waiting for your appointment or to see an emergency dentist in London, you can try the following to alleviate discomfort:

– Rinse your mouth with salt water
– Avoid extreme temperatures in food and drinks
– Eat on the opposite side of your mouth to avoid irritating the sore tooth
– Take pain relievers like Nurofen and Paracetamol

Remember, don’t delay seeking professional help if your symptoms worsen or persist!

In most cases, it’s best to avoid going to A&E (Accident and Emergency) for dental emergencies. Doctors there may not have the necessary expertise or equipment to treat dental issues, leading to a potentially frustrating experience. However, there are some exceptions where you should go straight to A&E:

– Severe swelling that worsens and affects breathing or swallowing
– Uncontrollable bleeding in the mouth
– Swelling in the neck or jaw related to dental problems

For all other dental emergencies, contact a dentist or an emergency dental service for proper care.

A dental abscess is a pocket of pus caused by a bacterial infection in the teeth, gums, or supporting bone. Since the pus can’t drain, it forms an abscess, which can appear as a swollen boil. If the abscess bursts in your mouth, the pain may decrease, but it’s still crucial to see an emergency dentist. They will:

– Fully drain the abscess
– Clean the area with a saline solution to reduce swelling and promote cleanliness

You may need additional treatment to ensure the infection has fully cleared. Your dentist will advise on further steps after emergency treatment.

As dentists, our priority is to preserve natural teeth whenever possible, as this maintains the mouth’s natural structure. Saving a tooth reduces the risk of infection and saves you the additional cost of replacing it with a dental implant or bridge. Preserving your natural tooth is always the best option, and we do our best to make that happen.

Yes, there will be a charge for an emergency dental treatment.
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Terms and Conditions:

The fee of £65 includes a general check to identify the issue and assess the oral health and teeth. Treatment costs and X-rays are not covered by the £65 fee and will incur additional charges. You will be provided with a written and verbal estimate for these additional costs. The standard rate for a new patient assessment is usually £125.