Can't put up with the pain any longer?
- Are the painkillers no longer having any effect?
- Having to take time off work?
- Is the pain keeping you awake at night?
If you require an emergency dental treatment, you should ask to see a dentist as soon as possible. At our practice we offer a same day service for all dental emergencies from toothache to lost or broken crowns, chipped teeth and fillings to abscesses, trauma, avulsed teeth and a swollen face. We can take care of your injuries to ensure you heal quicker and more effectively, so you avoid additional dental problems in the future.
- Within working hours £51.50 for same day appointment plus additional charges can apply
- Out of working hours £250* includes all x rays/temp restoration/antibiotics/pain relief
*pre-payment required at the time of booking
Call 0161 207 3655
you will be redirected if the call is an emergency outside of working hours.
Why choose us?
- Same day appointment if you call or e-mail before 10am
- From £51.50*
- Antibiotics given onsite
- Open 8am - 7pm
- Out of hours phone service
- Out of hours available ( additional fees apply)
- We listen, we care & we explain
*Fixed fee includes appointment and any x-rays
Act fast to save your teeth!
If you've chipped or broken a tooth as a result of an accident or an injury, it can be a traumatic experience. It’s very important that you see a dentist immediately, even if the tooth is just slightly chipped. And if you have knocked out a tooth or several teeth, the sooner you are seen by a dental professional the better because there is a chance that the teeth could be re-implanted, depending on the severity of your injury.
It’s very important that you keep the knocked out tooth clean and avoid handling the root. In some cases you may be able to put the tooth back into the socket by biting down on a clean paper towel for around 15-20 minutes.
If you have a chipped tooth then your dentist may be able to smooth down the uneven edge and replace the missing part with a tooth-coloured filling. If you break a back molar then this may have to be replaced with a crown.