Is it an emergency?
These dental emergencies require care as soon as possible:
- bleeding that won’t stop
- swelling restricting breathing or extending to the eyes
- a knocked out secondary tooth
Don’t wait. Seek immediate assistance.
Out of hours, our telephone answer service provides directions.
Or contact NHS 111.
If you have an urgent dental problem
Urgent dental problems are:
- pain that’s unmanageable
- severe swelling
- a knocked out primary tooth
- a break with dentine exposed
- referral after initial emergency intervention
Please fill in the form below and send it in.
Team members check incoming notifications regularly during working hours, but not out of hours.
Please note: out of hours and at weekends, a recorded message on our answer phones offers advice.
An uncomfortable or awkward problem?
Sometimes dental problems occur that are not urgent, but you would prefer to get fixed sooner rather than later.
- manageable pain from a broken tooth, a lost filling or an infection;
- concern about a lump or a lesion
- a broken denture or visible restoration
While not urgent, these are the sort of problems the practice will do their best to help you with.
Scroll down to find out further information, email and phone contacts for practices.
Emergency care information
- Chard, Somerset – Emergency dental help
- Glastonbury, Somerset – Emergency dental help
- Plymouth, Devon – Emergency dental help
- Saltash, Cornwall – Emergency dental help
- Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire – Emergency dental help
- Whitchurch, Shropshire – Emergency dental help
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