Out of hours
NHS England provides an emergency service for all patients, if you are experiencing severe pain not controlled by regular pain relief, uncontrolled bleeding, large swelling, dental trauma or any other condition that is causing you to feel acutely unwell,
please call their helpline on 0161 476 9651 for assistance or advice.
For registered patients not experiencing any of these conditions you are advised to contact the practice when we re-open.
For further advise please call NHS 111.
If you would like advice about what to do in a dental emergency, or you need help finding a dentist in the UK, please call the Emergency Helpline Team on 0800 844 999. They are available to assist you at any time and can help you decide upon the best course of action in an emergency. If you are abroad you can also call the Emergency Helpline Team, they can let you know what kind of treatment you are covered for and offer you advice. Just phone +441962 844 999 at any time.
Current patients who have an urgent dental concern
Patients are required to call us at 8.30am if they have an urgent dental concern.
Urgent appointments are available daily for emergencies and are allocated on a first-come first-served basis.
Book a new patient private 30 minute emergency appointment
We understand, some patients may not wish to commit to being a long term private patient at our practice.
We offer a one off 30 minute emergency appointment for £95.
The emergency appointment will include x-rays and any urgent treatment required (eg. removing or dressing a tooth).
Patients may choose to rebook for a private exam following their emergency appointment if they wish.
To book a new patient private emergency appointment, please click below and select;
PATIENT TYPE; NEW PATIENT
REASON; PRIVATE EMERGENCY 30 MINUTE APPOINTMENT (NEW PATIENT)
Dates and times will appear.
Payment is taken at the time of booking your private emergency appointment.
Please note, you will not be a registered patient of the practice following your appointment.
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