A Dental Emergency Can Occur at Any Time
You have a dental emergency and need to see a dentist not a doctor if you have:
- a toothache
- a swollen face
- a broken tooth
- have lost a filling or a crown
- are bleeding after having a tooth pulled
If you feel that you need to see a dentist immediately, call our office. We specializes in emergency treatment and pain relief. If you're in pain and can't wait for relief, we'll try to schedule an appointment immediately.
During normal business hours, call 020 8550 6211 for a same day appointment.
For fastest response outside normal business hours follow the instructions on the dental office voicemail system.
Don't hesitate to contact us to discuss any aspect of your dental health – we don't charge for giving advice!
We offer partial disabled access. Patients can be seen in our ground floor surgery accessible via a ramp. If patients require full disability access, this can be arranged by contacting the local primary care trust.
Out of Hours Emergency Contact:
For Denplan and Private patients, please contact the emergency helpline on 07727 141270 For NHS Patients, please contact NHS Direct on 0845 4647 For further information on this, or any NHS services, please contact:
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the online form below.
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Rights and Responsibilities of Patients:
At Dentaliving, we aim to provide the highest level of care to all our patients, respecting their rights and dignity. In turn, we have a zero tolerance policy on violent and aggressive behaviour towards any member of our team. Any such incidents will be reported to the relevant authorities. We also ask that all patients keep their appointments or notify us of any changes.
Data Protection Policy:
All personal information is stored on our computer database which is password protected and backed up daily. No unauthorised personnel has access to patient records. You have the right to request a copy of your records. We can only release records if we receive the written authority to do so from the patient or their legal representative.