Milton Keynes Emergency Dental Service Milton Keynes Emergency Dental Service Milton Keynes Emergency Dental Service

The Milton Keynes Emergency Dental Service
Treats More Than 500 Patients a Month
See Our Emergency Dentist for Just £25.00

Our Emergency Dentists Serve Milton Keynes, Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Cambridgeshire

Our Milton Keynes Emergency Dental Service is available 24/7 365 days a year

Simply call 01908 690326 or 07973 227415 ANYTIME

Most of the time Our Emergency Dentists will offer the emergency dental patient an immediate appointment.

Reasonable Prices

We let you know any charges before you have treatment

Emergency Dental Examination £25
Small Digital Xray £9
Large Digital Xray £35
Antibiotics £10
No Call Out Fee 0
No deposit required to make Emergency appointment 0
Our Emergency Dentists will then give you a written treatment plan for the proposed Emergency Dental Treatment and will discuss all the options and you can decide what you wish to have done.

It is the patient who decides it is an Dental Emergency

Our Emergency Dentists are all extremely experienced in treating dental emergencies and we offer the full range of dental treatments for:

Tooth Ache
Broken or sharp teeth
Broken or lost dentures
Lost fillings, crowns, veneers and bridges
Abscesses and infections
Impacted Wisdom Teeth
Broken or lost Orthodontic Appliances
Swollen or Bleeding Gums

How quickly will I be seen?

Simply call 01908 690326 or 07973 227415 ANYTIME

Our Milton Keynes Emergency Dental Service has built a great reputation not simply for the quality of the care we offer but also the fact that we do not expect patient to endure a dental problem.

We provide emergency dental cover for "ALL COMERS". We welcome new emergency dental patients, patients who are just coming for emergency care and if you are very nervous (most emergency patients are!!) then you are welcome too.

Our charges for emergency dental care is exactly the same as for our regular patients.

If you have insurance we will help you out with the paperwork.

We arrange our diaries so that there are always spaces for emergencies.

Most of the time we will offer the patient an immediate appointment.

We are open 07.30am to 07.30pm Monday to Friday

We are open 07.30am to 05.30pm Saturday

We are open 09.00am to 05.30pm Sunday

And we make sure that we always have a dentist available during these hours

We are very happy to see patients up to 10.00pm.

What Happens if I ring at 2.00am?

For 18 hours a day we will offer you an immediate appointment, but if you ring at 2.00am we will answer and make you an appointment for 7.30am.

Will You be able to solve my emergency dental problem?

Milton Keynes Emergency Dental Service

Our dentists are all extremely experienced in treating emergencies and we offer the full range of Emergency treatments

Unlike the NHS Emergency Service, with us, it is YOU THE PATIENT who decides what you can have done. So, if it is appropriate, we can do most things on your first visit. so if a tooth needs to be extracted we will do it on the day, likewise a filling, we can even provide a new permanent Ceramic Crown the same day.

The most common problems are toothache caused by decay and infections under teeth.

We can provide Tooth Dressings, New Fillings, Root Canal Treatments, Tooth Extractions, even Wisdom Teeth Extractions can usually be done at your first visit on your first visit.

A recent survey showed that we solved the problems of 98% of emergency patients on their first visit.

We also keep a full stock of Antibiotics.

We can even provide you with a new All Ceramic Crown or Bridge on the same day using our state of the art CEREC Machine.

We offer a Same Day Denture Repair Service.

We can even provide a Same Day new Denture Service.

When should the patient go straight to Casualty

There are a number of conditions that should not wait and when you should go to Casualty straight away.

1. A rash or itchiness after taking tablets or any medication.

2. Anything that makes it difficult to swallow or to breath.

3. Any bleeding that refuses to respond to pressure.

4. If you feel you are about to pass out or collapse.

5. Any other situation where you feel you can't wait.