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                 Treating a Dental Emergency

You may have a regular dentist somewhere else and just need a quick solution to dental pain or discomfort. The important thing is to make you comfortable so you can then make informed decisions about your dental care without the stress of being in pain. If you have a dentist somewhere else we can liaise with them and forward your x-rays via email or print them off for you to take away along with any suggested longer term treatment plans.

Just call us on 0208 994 2548 or tel/text 07506179922 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to chat about your specific needs.

What are the costs?

We will quote either £170 to £226 for a diagnostic consultation, or £226 to £340 for treatment (NB x-rays are an additional charge of £15 or £18 per x-ray if needed). If antibiotics are needed this is an additional fee of £20.00. “We will provide a clear explanation of any treatment options available and detailed costs.” Please call or email us and we can chat to you about the different treatment options and provide more detailed costs.

How do I know which appointment I need?

To give you an idea of what can be carried out under each appointment, below is a short list of treatments, please note this is a guide only, when you speak to one of our receptionists Jan, Charlotte or Rachel they will discuss your specific requirements and provide you with a more accurate idea of costs. 

      A diagnostic consultation that can be carried out between £170 to £226

(PLUS £18 peri-apical xray if needed):

  • A simple diagnostic appointment to assess problems with a niggling tooth such as a wisdom tooth = £170

  • A more complex diagnostic appointment to assess, for example a possible cracked tooth syndrome = £226

 

     A treatment appointment that can be carried out between £226 to £340

  • A crown, bridge or veneer recement = £226
  • A small filling = £226   
  • Medium to large fillings = £283 or £340       
  • Extirpation to treat dental pain = £283

  • Implant crown recement = £283
  • A complex front tooth restoration to restore a broken tooth = £340
  • Treating an abscess = £340

  • Surgical extraction = £340

If the treatment options are more complex than the options above, your dentist will discuss this with you, along with the costs.  If another appointment is needed for treatment, then a consultation fee £226 will apply for the emergency appointment.

 

Is the pain keeping you awake at night and is a constant ache?

If this is the case then you will most likely have inflammation within the nerve of the tooth due to an infection. We can treat the nerve straight away to deal with the pain, the cost of this appointment which is an extirpation is £283. In some cases an abscess may have formed and we will where possible treat this on the day, the cost of this is £340, PLUS £15 or £18 per x-ray.

 

Do you have pain when eating cold food or drinks?

This kind of pain can be a case of sensitivity due to a number of reasons. We can check this out with our digital x rays and either provide a temporary solution (temporary filling) or fluoride treatment if it is due to worn enamel.  The cost of this appointment is £226 (PLUS £15 or £18 per x-ray).

 

Do you have a broken tooth? 

If you have a broken tooth which can be restored with a filling, the cost depends on how much tooth structure is restored and is from £226 to £340.

Feel free to contact us on 07506179922 for an appointment, or pop in for some more information.


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