Emergency Dentist Essex
Book an instant emergency appointment online and receive treatment within 24 hours at the best emergency dentist in Essex.
020 8590 0575
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We offer interest-free finance available over 12 months for added convenience and peace of mind
Same day appointments
We can usually get you a same-day appointment so you’re seen within hours
99% pain-free results
Virtually all of our emergency patients leave pain-free within 24 hours
Free On-Site Parking
We have convenient and time-saving on-site parking available at our practice
What’s considered a dental emergency?
Knowing what’s a dental emergency will help you save time and money long term. Proper diagnosis by a good and reliable dentist is a must.
To prevent small issues from becoming bigger ones, look for these common dental emergency signs:
- RTeeth that are currently loose or becoming loose
- RIncreasing toothache pain, pain that isn’t getting better
- RExcessive gum bleeding and aching
- RLingering canker sores that aren’t going away
- RConstant headaches, teeth clenching, and grinding
- RUnexpected numbness or strange metallic taste in mouth
Why choose us for Emergency Dental Care in Essex?
“I was able to make an emergency appointment due to tooth sensitivity and was seen very quickly. They were all very welcoming from the receptionist to Dr Sihra, whom I was seen by. He was extremely thorough and I was given the best course of action and advice going forward.
Sabah Ahmed, Google Review
Emergency patient reviews
Hear what some of our patients who have had a pressing emergency issue quickly taken care of at our practice have to say about the experience with us.
“After a serious accident, I needed treatment urgently and managed to get seen and treated at Simplyteeth within hours.”
“The whole process was brilliant, I got a callback within the hour and had everything sorted out later that day. A great service.”
“I had a nasty cracked tooth playing rugby and was initially really worried about it. But I managed to get emergency treatment within a few hours of the accident and the whole problem was resolved super quick.”
How our Emergency Dental Care Works
We’ve streamlined our emergency dental care process as much as possible to get you the treatment and care you require in the shortest possible time. Let us take you through the process now so you understand exactly what’s involved.
Submit callback form
Just complete the short form below in a matter of seconds, and we’ll then have the essential info we need to prioritise your emergency treatment as much as we can. We’ll automatically know that your an emergency patient so will contact you back as soon as we possibly can.
Receive callback asap
Then all you have to do is wait for your callback from a member of our team – but with our priority system for emergency treatment, you won’t be waiting long. We typically call you back within 1 hour of submitting the form – it’s that quick and simple!
We aim to then book you in for a same-day appointment so you can have the treatment you require within a matter of hours. And with our on-site parking and emphasis upon the best possible customer service – we’ll make that speedy treatment as painless and hassle-free as possible.
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FAQ’s about Emergency Dental Care
Have a question about Emergency Dental Care?
Chances are you’ll find the answer in our FAQ below, but if you can’t then simply request a callback and we can answer your question for you in person.
When do you need an Emergency Dentist?
It’s not uncommon to wonder when you should be searching for an emergency dentist in Essex. Maybe you’re not sure if you need urgent dental treatment or if it can wait for an appointment on another day.
If you are in severe pain, your mouth is bleeding or you have taken a serious hit to the face or mouth, then you should secure an urgent appointment with a member of our experienced team right away. If you have loose teeth, your cheeks are swollen or you have swelling and lumps on your gums, then make an urgent appointment without delay.
Is an emergency dentist appointment free?
No, there is a cost associated.
For the cost, you will get any immediate attention that is needed such as pain relief or a temporary filling.
Should additional work be required, this will be charged at the standard rates for whatever treatment is necessary.
Can teeth be removed as part of an urgent emergency dentist appointment?
If a tooth needs to come out we will do that at the emergency appointment.
Be aware that some procedures such as tooth removal can be complex and may require more time to remove. We will only do what is absolutely necessary at that time to manage the situation. This might include removing the tooth, but in some cases it may be pain relief until the extraction (if appropriate) can be booked in at a more convenient time. For more details, contact our emergency dentists today.
What about wisdom teeth?
Yes, they can be removed also as part of emergency dental care.
However, it is quite rare for a wisdom tooth to have to be extracted under emergency circumstances.
In almost all instances, the extraction can be delayed until a more convenient time is found, during normal dental office hours.
Fully erupted third molars are much easier to remove, than those that have partially erupted or are impacted.
Partial eruption or impacted molars need a little extra attention and can take up to an hour to remove, in some instances needing the skills of a specialist oral-maxilofacial surgeon, who is unlikely to be on call for an out of hours procedure like this.