at 19 Wimpole Street Dental Practice

If you need to see an emergency dentist you’ve come to the right place. Our skilled team are on-hand to address your concerns both quickly and effectively, helping to put you back on the path to a healthy smile once again.

Emergencies can cover everything from little accidents to severe infections. If you’re suffering from pain, bleeding, or worsening symptoms, don’t hesitate to book an emergency dentist appointment with our team today. We’ll work with you to find a suitable appointment and offer treatment that keeps you calm and comfortable throughout.

If you think you might have a dental emergency get in touch with 19 Wimpole Street Dental Practice in Marylebone, London, via our contact form or by calling us on: 020 7580 2720

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Your questions answered

about emergencies at 19 Wimpole Street Dental Practice

If you have pain, bleeding or swelling, it could be a dental emergency. If in doubt, contact our Marylebone dental practice or use the NHS 111 service. Typical emergency cases include:

  • Toothache and sensitivity
  • Broken, loose or missing teeth or fillings
  • Decay and abscesses
  • Damaged dental appliances (such as braces, bridges or crowns)

In most emergency cases, the role of the dentist is to help ‘secure’ the patient. This means we do everything we can to manage any pain and bleeding. We can then either book you in for a follow-up to treat the problem (such as making a new crown for you, if yours is broken or lost), or refer you to a medical specialist (such as if you have a broken jaw).

As soon as possible – quick treatment can help prevent further complications.

During office hours, please call the practice on 020 7580 2720.
Out of hours, either call the practice and leave a message, or call 07989 580250.

Our emergency dentist fees start at £100. The price of the procedure will be determined after the initial emergency examination.

Yes, with quick action, it’s possible, though this is usually only within an hour of losing the tooth. The Oral Health Foundation recommends:

  • If you’re bleeding, bite down on a handkerchief placed in the socket. Avoid taking aspirin, which can worsen the bleeding.
  • Rinse the tooth with milk or tap water.
  • Reinsert it if you can, and bite down on the handkerchief again. You will still need to see your dentist.
  • If you can’t reinsert the tooth, pop it in some milk. Never try to reinsert a tooth which has been damaged or is broken.
  • Your dentist can take X-rays to check the tooth has re-implanted properly. In the case of a lost tooth (or teeth), a dental appliance such as a denture, bridge or implant may be recommended.

Why choose us

We’re an expert team of dentists located in London’s medical district of Harley Street. Alongside routine and restorative procedures, we also offer cosmetic treatments and emergency care, helping serve those living in and around London.

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During office hours, please call the practice on 020 7580 2720.
Out of hours, either call the practice and leave a message or call 07989 580250.

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