Helping you at short notice

  • Not registered with us? Don’t worry.
  • £95 emergency consultation fee.
  • Same-day appointments, subject to availability. Please call as a priority.

Do you have a toothache, a chipped tooth, or gum bleeding? We always strive to help our patients the same day and provide immediate pain relief when possible. An emergency dental consultation will focus specifically on the presented issue and may not include a full check-up.

Call 020 7621 0600

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As one of the most established City-based private dental practices in Liverpool Street, founded in 1998, has been rescuing patients in pain for the last 25 years. Being one of the most reviewed and highest-rated in the area, there’s no one better you can choose for your care.

What our emergency dentists can do:

Our emergency dentists have the time and space not to rush through your dental problem but to assess and diagnose it correctly so they can do their best to ensure you never have to experience it again.

With our dental staff trained in treating nervous patients, we’re also certified in providing gas and air for treatments you might normally be afraid of.

Treat your dental problem correctly – rely on us to remove the pain. See common causes of toothache.

Common dental emergencies

  • Throbbing tooth pain or toothache
  • Throbbing gums and swelling.
  • Wisdom teeth and tooth removal.
  • Advanced dental decay like infections and pulpitis.
  • Chipped, broken, loose, wobbly or missing teeth.
  • Broken veneers, crowns or fillings.
  • Dental infections and abscesses.

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Emergency Dental Cost

Our emergency consultation fee is £95. However, you won’t need to pay this fee if you pursue treatment with us on the same day. For example, if we find you need a root canal and you’re happy for us to go ahead, you’ll only be charged for the treatment that day, and there will be no consultation fee charge.

Possible Emergency Symptoms

  • Severe or sharp tooth pain.
  • Inflamed or throbbing gums.
  • Dental abscesses, even if erupted.
  • Loose, wobbly or shifting teeth.
  • Pain when trying to open the mouth wide.
  • Dental trauma or knocked-out teeth.


Emergency dental consultation


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*Should you accept treatment and start the emergency procedure the same day, you will only pay for the treatment carried out and we will not charge emergency consultation fee.

For out of hours emergencies, please contact the NHS on 111.

Call 020 7621 0600