0208 245 7575
0208 374 0080
0743 680 9977
Practice Details
143 Durnsford Road,
N11 2EL,
Email: info@emergencydentist24hours.co.uk

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Essex Emergency Dentists

A 24 hour dentists service conveniently located for patients from Essex. We are an appointment based private service , please call to arrange an emergency dental appointment.

What to do in an Emergency

If you are experiencing a dental emergency, you should seek help as soon as possible. These are the most common dental emergencies and basic advice as to what you should do if you are unable to receive treatment immediately.

We are able to help with:

  • Toothaches
  • Broken teeth
  • Dislodged teeth
  • Loss of a dental crown
  • Accidents to teeth
  • Loss or loose dental filling
  • Something caught between your teeth
  • Sports injuries to teeth or gums
  • General dental problems
  • Wisdom teeth
  • Root canals
  • Cosmetic dentistry

For more information regarding what to do in a dental emergency, please contact us.


Clean any irritating debris from your mouth by rinsing with warm water or some corsodyl mouthwash; if possible, you can use a waterpik to help flush out any food debris. Painkillers like ibuprofen may also help relieve pain. If your toothache is so severe that you are unable to sleep or bite down, are developing a swelling in the gum or face, or if over-the-counter medications are not helping to alleviate pain, then you should seek immediate treatment.

Broken Teeth or Partially Dislodged Teeth

Rinse gently and keep any pieces that you can. Stop any bleeding by holding clean gauze over any wound.It may be possible to place an over the counter temporary filling. Seek immediate treatment.

Dislodged Teeth or knocked out teeth

You need to be seen as soon as possible. Keep the tooth clean and do not let it dry put or scrub it. Keep it in milk or tucked in the cheek if possible.

Dislodged Crown or decemented crown

This is a very common emergency dentist scenario. Keep the tooth clean and safe, preferably in a plastic pouch.

Loose or Lost Fillings

Try to keep your tooth clean. If possible you can place an over the counter temporary filling. Contact us to replace your dental filling.

All of our emergency dentists are highly ethical and professional, and very experienced with dealing with all manner of dental emergency situations.

A dental emergency can occur at any time, even the middle of the night. The sooner you are seen the quicker your toothache, broken filling or dental abcess can be treated.

  • Emergency dental services
  • Same-day appointments
  • Immediate appointments available
  • Appointments available 7 days a week

What to do in an Emergency

  • Please call us on 0208 245 7575 or 0743 680 9977.
  • The call handler will take some brief details from you
  • An appointment will be made for you at the next available slot on the same day
  • Please make sure you attend on time, and bring any medicines that you are currently taking
  • If you have dislodged a dental crown or dental bridge, or if you have broken your denture, please bring this with you
  • Parking is free
  • Nervous patients are welcome
  • All costs and treatment options are explained, and a treatment plan is provided prior to any treatment being undertaken

We provide this 24 hour dentist service throughout the year. The emergency dental service is provided to local and national patients and is not restricted. If you require an urgent emergency dental service please contact us on 020 8245 7575 OR 0743 680 9977.

Conveniently located for:





Canvey Island

Chadwell Heath







East Tilbury




Great Dunmow

Great Leighs








Leigh on Sea







South Ockendon



Stanford le Hope


Waltham abbey

Westcliff on Sea





Our location and transport links allow us to provide emergency dentistry for London, Hertfordshire, Essex
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