We will try to see you within 24h and most of the time the very same day!
Your emergency appointment journey during Covid-19
Exceptional Service Guarantee – that is our promise
We care about your dental needs and we treat all patients with the utmost respect and kindness. We take the time to answer all of your questions and to allay any fears you may have. Whether it’s just a routine check up or advanced cosmetic or restorative treatment you may require, we’ll thoroughly discuss all the options with you.
Without any pressure whatsoever, we’ll explain the procedures and fees in advance, enabling you to make the most-informed decision about your dental health care. Nor will we ever rush you out the door so that we can quickly get on to our next patient. We’d prefer to think of ourselves as partners in your dental health care. Everybody is quick to say they provide great service, but our dental practice is truly founded on it. All of our staff promise to treat you like you’re family and friends. We promise to give you the kind of caring personal attention you deserve.
We promise nothing but the best for your teeth!
Request an Emergency Appointment
Most of the time we will be able to see you the same day, but we will make sure that we are able to see you within 24 hours (working days).
If you’re experiencing unusual excruciating pain, swelling, bleeding, or pus excreting from your gums and teeth, then you’re most likely experiencing a dental emergency and you should contact your dentist right away. Another sign of a dental emergency is loosened, cracked, or knocked-out teeth or crowns.
Call us immediately and schedule an appointment. The sooner you get to see your dentist, the higher the chances that they’ll be able to recover your tooth and fix the issue.
Of course. We will relieve your pain and you can decide if you wish to see us for the final treatment or if you wish to go back to your registered dentist.
Unfortunately the practice is closed weekends and bank holidays.
Dental anxiety can be very common but there are several methods you can use to help you overcome them. Discussing your fears with a dentist should be your first step but there are a number of psychological techniques you could use, as well as options for conscious sedation.
Avoiding the dentist because of fear can have serious implications for your dental health. Speaking to us about any fears or anxieties you have will help put your mind at rest before your check-up.
Yes. We have a car park in the front of the practice.