Why we cannot treat patients
The British Dental Association and other governing bodies require us to reduce the risk of spreading Coronavirus.
Emergency treatment must be carried out in a specialist setting.
Where you can receive emergency treatment?
King’s College Dental Hospital – Call 020 3299 5608
They will assess your emergency over the phone and advise whether they can see you.
Our phone lines will be open during our normal working hours to reschedule appointments or offer advice. Just call 01932 70 1234 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What is urgent and non-urgent treatment?
- Post-operative bleeding that will not stop.
- Trauma – permanent tooth knocked out due to a fall or blow to the mouth.
- Swelling around mouth & face that is getting worse & making it hard to breathe.
- Extreme pain that cannot be controlled with painkillers and is getting worse.
- Loose or lost crowns, bridges or veneers
- Fractured or loose dentures
- Fractured, loose or displaced fillings
- Chipped teeth with no pain
- Loose wires
- Bleeding gums