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Emergency Dentist Birmingham

If you need emergency dental treatment, call us on 0121 456 7930 to make an emergency appointment.

We do not offer treatment for NHS patients - consultations and treatments are chargeable. Book an emergency dentist appointment below.

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Emergency Dental Services

Edgbaston Smile offers a wide range of emergency dental treatments in our Birmingham based clinic, so you don't have to put up with pain, discomfort or embarrassment for longer than necessary.

To contact us please call the clinic directly on 0121 456 7930, or click here. Please note, we do not offer NHS dental appointments, and have limited availability for emergency dental appointments. We aim to offer every patient the very best care and experience at our clinic. Our dentists are all highly experienced consultants.

Emergency Dental Problems

Emergency dental problems, such as an injury to the teeth or gums can be extremely serious and should not be ignored. If emergency dental issues are not treated quickly, this can pose a risk of permanent damage and increase the need for more expensive and invasive treatment in the future. Typical dental emergencies include:

  • Broken or dislodged teeth
  • Severe toothache
  • Tooth trauma
  • Tooth and gum abscess
  • Lost filling or crown
  • Broken dentures


Toothache can be extremely painful and distressing. We aim to relieve your pain at your first visit, and can provide advice on how to permanently solve the underlying problem which is causing you pain. To ease toothache at home rinse your mouth with warm water and use dental floss to remove any food between your teeth. You can apply a cold compress to the outside of your mouth or cheek to ease swelling. Visit your dentist as soon as possible.

Knocked Out Tooth

The sooner you contact a dentist about a knocked out tooth or teeth, the better. Your teeth may still be able to be saved if the tooth and socket are clean. Hold the tooth by the crown (the part that is exposed in the mouth), and rinse the tooth root with water if dirty. Do not scrub the tooth or remove any tissue. Try to put the tooth back in place, facing the right way, but do not force it in. If you cannot reinsert the tooth, put it into a small container of milk, or a product like Save-a-Tooth. Make sure to see your dentist as soon as possible.

Book Your Emergency Dental Appointment

Whatever your emergency, if you need urgent dental care please call us on 0121 456 7930 and we will try our best to help.