What we offer
Our 'Rapid Rescue' appointments are for non-registered patients who urgently need our help, these cost £70 to secure an appointment (this does not include any treatment costs or x-rays) and payment is taken at the time of booking. Please have your payment card ready when you call to make payment. Rapid Rescue appointments are subject to availability.
We aim to see our Plan Members on the same day, if they call us as early as possible and we strongly recommend by 10am, to secure an appointment time.
NHS patients, who have dental pain, should receive an appointment within 24 hours of calling the Practice, during normal Practice hours. An NHS, out of hours service is available and is accessed by calling:
Mon-Fri 5.30pm - 10.00pm
Sat/Sun/Public holidays 8.30am - 1pm
What is toothache?
Toothache occurs due to:
- Tooth decay
- Dental abscess (see below)
- Cracked or damaged tooth
- Loose or broken filling
- An infection
- Problems with braces
Check out the NHS recommendations for what to do
What is an abscess?
When pus forms in the tooth or bone due to bacterial infection. For more information click here