If you are unlucky enough to suffer from a dental emergency, we aim to see you as soon as possible.
Call us on 01565 632343 as early in the day as you can during office hours.
If you have an emergency when the practice is closed, please call us on 01565 632343 and listen carefully to our answer phone message.
This will give you a number for our out-of-hours service.
The N.H.S. emergency service is responsible for all child patients. You must telephone the number below and be given an appointment time prior to attending. The phone line is manned from 9.00 am to 9.30 pm every day, including weekends and bank holidays.
Telephone – 0161 476 9651
If you have joined one of our Denplan payment plans, you will be automatically entitled to U.K. and worldwide emergency dental treatment (when you are over 40 miles away from your dentist). Just call 0800 844 999
If you do have a tooth related trauma, you may want to follow these emergency tips while you wait for our expert attention.
Knocked out tooth
Rinse your mouth with water and stem any bleeding by applying a piece of gauze. A cold compress can help reduce swelling.
Lost filling or crown
If you’ve lost a filling, a simple temporary remedy is to stick a piece of sugar-free chewing gum in the hole.
A lost crown can be put back in place and secured with an emergency dental cement to adhesive, but please DO NOT use super-glue!
Rinse your mouth with warm salty water and use a cold compress if you have any swelling.
Take over-the-counter pain relief, such as ibuprofen and paracetamol to make yourself more comfortable (providing you are not allergic to these drugs).