Emergency Dentist

Emergency Dentist Liverpool

Same day appointments available

Emergencies don’t wait for convenient times, and at Duthie Dental, we understand the urgency of addressing dental issues promptly. That’s why we offer comprehensive emergency dentistry in Liverpool when you need to see someone quickly. Our experienced dental team is dedicated to ensuring your comfort and wellbeing during these critical moments.

Emergency Dental Care

When facing dental emergencies that are not life-threatening, such as severe toothaches, chipped or broken teeth, damaged fillings, emergency tooth extraction, or infections, it’s appropriate to seek emergency dental care. Dental emergencies often require immediate attention to alleviate pain, prevent complications, and restore oral health. Our team at Duthie Dental is well-equipped to handle these issues promptly.

If you’re not a registered patient, you can easily book an appointment online or reach us via phone. We make it a priority to accommodate new patients seeking urgent dental care within our operating hours, ensuring your comfort and relief.

If you’re in need of an emergency dentist in Liverpool, or if in any doubt, don’t hesitate to contact Duthie Dental on 0151 722 2642. If you’re looking for any other dental service, head over to our main treatment page.

Emergency Dentist

Emergency Tooth Extraction

At Duthie Dental, we understand that dental emergencies can be distressing, especially when they involve severe tooth pain or damage. Our emergency tooth extraction service is here to provide immediate relief and address urgent oral health concerns.

If you’re dealing with a severely damaged or infected tooth causing unbearable pain, our experienced dental professionals are ready to assist you. Our skilled team will ensure your comfort throughout the procedure, and post-extraction, we’ll guide you on the necessary aftercare steps for a smooth recovery.

When to Seek Urgent Medical Attention

If you experience severe symptoms that could potentially be life-threatening, it’s essential to seek immediate medical assistance by calling 999 or 111. These situations include:

  • Difficulty Breathing: If you’re struggling to breathe due to swelling or other factors.
  • Swelling Affecting Breathing: Swelling that affects your ability to breathe properly.
  • Severe Bleeding: Uncontrolled or severe bleeding that requires immediate attention.
  • Extreme Pain: Intense pain that doesn’t subside and hinders your ability to function.
  • Swelling Under the Tongue: Swelling beneath the tongue, which can be indicative of serious issues.
  • Tongue Starting to Lift: If your tongue is showing signs of being lifted, indicating potential airway obstruction.

For more information, consult the NHS 111 Website (111.nhs.uk).

Routine Check-Ups for Lasting Oral Health

Prevention is key to maintaining healthy teeth and gums through dental hygiene. Regular dental check-ups are also essential for ensuring your oral health regime is effective. Our dedicated team will guide you in keeping your smile in great shape through professional guidance and at-home care.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is classed as a dental emergency?

Duthie Dental offers emergency/same-day dental appointments for new and existing patients. A dental emergency is typically required for problems like broken or lost teeth, dental abscesses, loose or chipped teeth and any severe tooth or gum pain you may be experiencing.

How soon should you see a dentist in an emergency?

Dental practices will keep some appointments available just in case someone needs emergency dental treatment. If you have severe tooth/gum pain or tooth damage, you should contact your dentist as soon as possible. In some cases the problem is likely to worsen if left untreated.

Should I go to A&E with a tooth problem?

No, for dental issues, it’s best to contact a dental professional. A&E is not equipped for dental care. Reach out to an emergency dentist for appropriate treatment.

Is severe tooth pain an emergency?

Yes, severe tooth pain is considered a dental emergency. It could signal underlying issues requiring prompt attention from an emergency dentist.

What helps unbearable tooth pain?

For unbearable tooth pain, you can try taking over-the-counter pain relievers, rinsing your mouth with warm saltwater, and applying a cold compress to the outside of your cheek. However, it’s crucial to consult an emergency dentist for proper diagnosis and treatment.

Why is being a member of a Dental Plan helpful when experiencing a dental emergency?

Dental Plans are monthly plans which allow you to spread the cost of routine dental care and treatment avoiding unexpected bills. As part of many plans you are entitled to out of hours emergency cover which means you will have access to a private dentist anywhere in the UK and even abroad depending on the plan. Duthie Dental is a Denplan Excel Practice, as a member of this plan our patients are covered for dental emergencies 365 days a year, no matter where you are in the country there will be a Denplan dentist available to help you when needed. For more information on joining Denplan through Duthie Dental please get in touch.

Spread the cost with finance by Tabeo

We currently offer finance from 6-24 months this is includes 0% interest up to 12 months.

See the table provided for our tailored rates;

MonthsInterest RateMinimum Spend

Duthie Dental: Marie Louise Duthie and John Lister Duthie trading as Duthie Dental; The Oral Health Practice with its address at 119 Woolton Road, Wavertree, LIVERPOOL, L15 6TB, UNITED KINGDOM is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and entered on the Financial Services Register, reference number 926811.
The Abbey by Duthie Dental trading as The Abbey @ 1 CPA LTD with address at 1 Childwall Park Avenue, Childwall, Liverpool, L16 0JE, UNITED KINGDOM is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and entered on the Financial Services Register, reference number 957535

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