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Emergency dentistry Emergency dentistry

At Bayswater Dental Clinic, we offer emergency dental appointments to new or existing patients. Our highly experienced team of emergency dentists will provide the emergency treatment needed to resolve the problem in the easiest and fastest way with the highest standard of care.

Emergency dentistry

The emergency dental visits are to cover a wide range of dental problems including:

Our Emergency dentist opening hours

You can book your emergency dentist appointment between 9:00am – 8:00pm from Monday to Saturday.

Our Emergency dentistry service in London

The emergency dental visits are to cover a wide range of dental problems including:

  • pain
  • swelling
  • infection
  • loss of a crown, a veneer or a filling
  • a chipped tooth
  • a dental trauma.

Our Emergency dentistry location and access

Welcome to our Emergency Dentist Service in heart of London, W2, easy to access. We are within 2-5 minutes walk from underground stations: Bayswater, Queensway, Royal Oak, and close to Notting Hill Gate & Paddington stations. In effect, we are the emergency dental service near you.

By car, you can also park in Westminster Street Parking Zones which at Bayswater area is about £2.90/hour.

Our Emergency dentistry fees

We will provide a treatment plan with all costs listed prior to commencing any treatment.

We are very transparent with our fees and they are published in advance.

We have tried to keep our fees very reasonable and they are based on:

  1. 1- What type of treatment is needed; eg. root canal treatment, extraction etc.
  2. 2 – The skill and experience of the dentist that is treating you.
  3. 3 – The complexity of the emergency dental treatment.
  4. 4 – The length of time is needed to do the emergency treatment.

Emergency dentist and dental insurance

We provide emergency dental services to a wide range of dental insurances worldwide that covers the emergency dentist fees. The emergency dentist providing the treatment will resolve and stabilise the problem. If the treatment needs further visits, then patients can either continue with the emergency dentist to complete it or they can return back to their own dentist to finish the treatment. Written information about the emergency dental treatment done can be provided.