Emergency Dentist in Stretford
Do you need a qualified and highly experienced same-day emergency dentist near you in Stretford or Greater Manchester?
If so, you’re in the right place as our 5* Google rated sister practice, Dental Triage can help.
Ignoring the symptoms below can increase the risk of lasting damage and the need for more extensive treatment in the future. If you are experiencing the following symptoms, please contact our reliable dental team immediately.
- Toothache or swelling, which can be a sign of a tooth or gum infection
- Extreme toothache or facial pain which cannot be managed by over-the-counter painkillers
- Trauma to the face, mouth or teeth resulting from a recent accident or injury
- An adult tooth being knocked out
- Uncontrollable bleeding following a tooth extraction
- Acute facial swelling which is continuing to worsen
Some conditions, such as toothache, can sometimes be treated without an emergency dentist appointment. However, please don’t rely on the internet for answers.
Please see our dental emergencies frequently asked questions for solutions approved by our highly trained and skilled dentists.
How Does the Emergency Dental Service Work?
- Get in Touch: You talk to the dentist on-call and ask for an appointment using either the live chat feature or by calling our 24/7 sister practice directly on 0161 509 2523.
- Book an Appointment: We will look to see you as soon as possible. To confirm your appointment, there is a fee of £49 which can be paid online.
- Be Seen: Once your appointment is confirmed, you will be seen by our dedicated and friendly team who will go the extra mile to efficiently diagnose your issue and discuss your treatment options. Once a treatment method is agreed with you, our dentists will look to stop your dental pain as swiftly and seamlessly as possible.
- Aftercare: After your emergency treatment, you are free to be seen by us as a future patient. Otherwise, we can provide a report for your regular dentist for any necessary aftercare.
What Type of Emergencies Do We Treat?
- Abscess or Swelling
- Broken Tooth
- Loose Tooth
- Cracked Tooth
- Chipped Tooth or Cavities
- Wisdom Tooth Pain
- Infected Gums
- Lost Filling
- Nerve Pain
- Crown Problem
- Baby Teeth
Why Trust Us with Your Teeth?
Our highly experienced out of hours service emergency dental team excel at providing urgent, same-day successful dental care and pain relief.
Our dentists Dr. Nihad Vaid (GDC No: 113414), Dr. Jabir Duale (GDC No: 271042) and Dr. Mozammel Haque (GDC No: 264814) are members of the General Dental Council (GDC) for your peace of mind.
More than that, they know the dentist is the last place you want to be. Because of this understanding you can expect:
- to be looked after by compassionate and approachable people.
- to be treated with patience and empathy – our friendly team have seen it all and are proficient at managing people’s unique dental anxieties, no matter what they may be.
- the same high-standard of treatment given to regular patients – our dental team are passionate about affordable, flexible and quality dental care that is accessible to all.
Don’t just take our word for it; our patients have rated us 5* with over 80 Google reviews here.
Our latest emergency dentist review via Google
“Phoned in desperation on a Sunday morning after 48 hours of pain , seen that day and problem resolved all the staff were amazing kind efficient and extremely professional a fantastic service by lovely people . My first ever dental experience without pain . Thank you all”
Jane oldham (June 2022)
Dental Emergency Frequently Asked Questions
I have bad toothache – what pain relief do you recommend?
Toothache is one of the most painful sensations we experience and means you cannot concentrate on much else. A combination of poor oral hygiene and diet can contribute to decay which is often responsible for toothache.
What you can do
- You can take pain killers such as paracetamol/ibuprofen. Please ensure you always read the label, are not allergic to the medication and do not take more than the maximum dosage recommended on the label.
- If it is only hot things that cause the toothache to flare up, applying something cold to the source of the pain can often be soothing.
For contraindications, side-effects and maximum doses, already read the label!
I think I have a dental abscess – how can I be sure?
Abscesses are infections that happen near a tooth’s root or in the space between the teeth and gums. Severe pain with or without swollen gums or face are symptoms of a possible infection or abscess.
The only way to be sure that you are suffering from a dental abscess is to book an emergency appointment with a qualified dental professional.
Please contact our sister practice on 0161 509 2523 immediately to reduce your risk of the infection spreading to other parts of the body, which can happen if the abscess is left untreated.
What you can do
- You can take pain killers such as paracetamol/ibuprofen. Please ensure you always read the label, are not allergic to the medication and do not take more than the maximum dosage recommended on the label
- Applying cold pressure to the affected area can often be soothing
- Rinsing with salt water can help
I’ve had an accident which has caused trauma to my face, mouth or teeth – what should I do?
Facial injuries can be especially distressing. We always recommend that you see a dental or medical professional if you suffer trauma to your face/teeth.
This is especially the case if:
- you are bleeding profusely.
- you have vomited.
- you are having difficulty breathing.
- you have been unconscious.
- you are unable to open or close your mouth.
- you are suffering from a large wound.
- your teeth no longer meet in the same way that they used to before your injury.
What you can do
- If you feel comfortable to do so, gentle rinse out your injury with salt water. This makes it easier to see any damage.
- If your injury is bleeding, apply a damp gauze/handkerchief to the area for 20 minutes and stay still.
- If an adult tooth has completely fallen out and you feel confident to do so, take the tooth from the crown (the white part, not the brown root), rinse the tooth under water and place the tooth back in its original socket.
- If you are unable to return the tooth to its original socket, place the tooth in a cup of milk or saliva until you can see an emergency dentist.
- Please note – baby teeth are NOT to be placed back in their original socket.
- For chipped or broken teeth, you can take simple painkillers such as paracetamol/ibuprofen if the injury is causing you pain. Ensure you are not allergic to the painkillers and follow the instructions on the label carefully, including not taking more than the recommended dosage).
- Most minor cuts to the lips or cheeks will often heal on their own.
For out of hours emergency appointments, please use our 24/7 dedicated emergency service – Dental Triage – call on 0161 300 2099 .