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Emergency Dentist Near Me

Fast and effective emergency dentistry for when you’re in pain and need urgent care.

Emergency consultations from £100

*Subject to availability

Emergency Dentist, Islington

If you’re experiencing dental pain and looking for a highly-rated yet affordable emergency dentist near you in Islington we can help.

Our superb team are able to see emergency cases quickly, meaning that you’re in discomfort for as little time as possible.

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Urgent dental care

Although life is unpredictable, and a dental emergency could occur at any time, you can have peace of mind knowing that we are here to assist you whenever necessary. We will do all we can to see you quickly, relieve your pain, and get you on the road to full recovery.

If further treatment is required, we will advise you of your options and the costs involved.

What constitutes a dental emergency?

What to do in the event of a dental emergency

In the event of a dental emergency please call the clinic on 020 7837 2300. If this is within our opening times then we will endeavour to see you on the same-day if at all possible.

Outside of our opening times, please call NHS 111 for assistance.

Where to find our emergency clinic

Our opening times

Monday: 8:00 – 20:00
Tuesday: 8:00 – 18:00
Wednesday: 8:00 – 20:00
Thursday: 8:00 – 20:00
Friday: 8:00 – 14:00
Saturday: 9:00 – 14:00

Travel & accessibility

We are conveniently located opposite Angel Underground Station and we are easy to get to by various modes of transport. Information on how to get to the clinic and accessibility can be found on our contact page.

How it works

Emergency dentistry FAQs

What should I do if one of my teeth has been knocked out?

The first thing to do is contact us immediately. We can provide prompt guidance and schedule an urgent appointment for you.

If you have had a tooth knocked out, it is crucial to locate it quickly. After cleaning it, the tooth should be stored in the mouth, between the cheek and gums.

What if I have a tooth that is cracked or broken?

After contacting us, you should rinse your mouth with warm water before putting a cold compress on the area to reduce inflammation.

What number should I call in the event of a dental emergency?

Within our opening times you should call 020 7837 2300. Out-of-hours please call NHS 111.

What should I expect at an emergency dental appointment?

The dentist will thoroughly examine your mouth and advise the best course of action. They will also do all they can to alleviate your pain and make you as comfortable as possible.

Immediate treatment may be possible in certain cases, while in others a follow-up appointment will be necessary for complete resolution of the issue(s) at hand.

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