URGENT DENTAL CARE

 

If you need dental treatment in an emergency or out of hours, call a dentist:

Some dental surgeries offer appointments at short notice

If you cannot contact your dentist or you do not have one, use the NHS 111 online service. NHS 111

Dentists are open for urgent and routine treatments and you can contact your dentist by phone or email.

Changes have been made to keep you and the dental care team safe.

Find an NHS dentist and how much treatment costs.

 

When to go to hospital

Only go to A&E in serious circumstances, such as:

- severe pain

- heavy bleeding injuries to the face, mouth, or teeth

- injuries to the face, mouth, or teeth

If you're not sure whether you should go to A&E, contact NHS 111, who will be able to advise you.

Find out when to dial 999.

 

Further information

What your NHS Dentist can do for you

Guide to Dental Care costs

Dental care for babies and children

Dental health

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