Dental Emergency

Emergency dentist for Central London, W1 and EC1

We will be happy to offer our help if you have a dental emergency. Please have a read through these possible situations to help you decide what to do. If you have a regular dentist you can’t access, we can help you deal with the main problem, then provide you with a report to give to your dentist to continue the treatment. Please call 0207 486 2723 or 07965 999 875.




Crown or bridge has come off Will need recementing. Can wait till next day but the sooner the better to protect the tooth/teeth.
There may be underlying problems that make replacing the crown or bridge difficult or impossible
Call for advice. An emergency appointment might not be necessary.
Severe toothache that is made worse by hot fluids and keeps me up Likely to be a ‘bad nerve’ that needs to be removed by root canal or a tooth extraction. Call for advice or to arrange an appointment.
Tooth fell out If it’s an adult tooth, try to put it back in its place. If this is difficult, put the tooth in milk and call us straight away Go to hospital or call us immediately
Loose teeth following trauma such as a fall or a punch Situation might be better looked at in hospital to ensure no other injuries Call for advice
Lost a filling Might be due to decay or might have come unstuck. Call for advice

Please note that a call-out fee may be charged.

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24x7 Emergency Service

We are available for your service everyday from 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Emergency and 24 hour service available

  • t: 020 7486 2723
  • m: 07965 999 875
  • f: 020 7022 1697

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Wed: 9.00am- 5.00pm

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Devonshire Dental Clinic and Oral Hygiene Centre
1 Devonshire Place