Emer­gency Den­tist in Warwick

Suf­fer­ing a den­tal emergency?

Don’t ignore den­tal pain as it the prob­lem will only get worse. We offer same-day den­tal appoint­ments whether you are reg­is­tered with our prac­tice or not. For out of hours emer­gen­cies, call NHS 111 to find out what to do next. Dur­ing office hours, con­tact our team and we will offer guid­ance on what to do next.

Con­tact the prac­tice

Con­tact NHS 111

If you’re suf­fer­ing from a den­tal emer­gency, don’t ignore it. Den­tal prob­lems need to be addressed quick­ly to ensure there is no last­ing dam­age. If you’ve had an acci­dent or you’re in pain, get in touch with our team to arrange an emer­gency checkup.

We set aside a number of appointments every day to help patients with dental emergencies. You don't have to be registered with us to make the most of this service. We will take steps to address your dental emergency, and then you can book a follow-up appointment with us or with your usual dentist.

What counts as a dental emergency?

Choosing between an emergency dental appointment and a routine appointment can be difficult. The best thing to do is to call out reception team and let them know what is happening. They will help you to decide if you need a same-day appointment, or if you can wait for a routine checkup.

In general, any situation where you are in pain that cannot be controlled with pain medication is a dental emergency. So if you have a toothache that is keeping you up at night, you need to see a dentist as soon as possible. Other situations that would count as an emergency include:

  • If you have knocked out your tooth, see a dentist as quickly as possible to see if they can preserve the tooth. The longer you leave it, the more likely you are to lose the tooth.

  • If you have controlled bleeding following a facial trauma or dental procedure, you need to see a dentist as soon as possible. If you have uncontrolled bleeding, this is a medical emergency, so you'll need to visit A&E.

  • If you have an infection that has caused your mouth and/or jaw to swell, visit the dentist to determine the cause of the swelling. If you are struggling to breathe, call 999.

  • A broken tooth can cause considerable pain and may also have sharp edges that will need to be looked at by a professional. If you have chipped or broken a tooth and it has cut your mouth, see a dentist on the same day where possible.

our team

Get to know the team behind the treat­ments. We are proud to have built a team of experts and indus­try lead­ers. Meet the den­tal sur­geons, den­tists, den­tal nurs­es and sup­port staff that will help sup­port you on your jour­ney to bet­ter oral health.

About the team

Fre­quent­ly Asked Questions

It’s com­mon to have lots of ques­tions about your treat­ment. We’ve answered some of the most pop­u­lar ques­tions below.

No, you don't need to be registered with us. We offer private emergency dental appointments that are available to everyone. You can complete your follow-up treatment with us, or you can return to your usual dentist.

To get an emergency appointment, call the practice first thing in the morning. We set aside a few appointments every day on a first-come, first-served basis. 

No, we would typically use the emergency appointment time to diagnose the problem and then address the main issue, such as your pain or bleeding. We can then schedule a follow-up appointment for restorative treatment.