24 Hour Dentist Manchester - Book a Dental Appointment at Didsbury Dental Practice
Welcome to Didsbury Dental Practice – your leading, trusted 24-hour dentist in Manchester!
Few things are worse than dealing with a dental emergency. If you are experiencing intense pain, or you’ve suffered dental trauma or you’ve lost a filling, you will need immediate help to deal with this pain and discomfort, and prevent dental complications.
At Didsbury Dental Practice, we understand the urgency and importance of dental emergencies, which is why we offer comprehensive and reliable 24-hour emergency dental care services in Manchester. Any time of day or night, we can help deal with the dental issues that are causing problems in your life, and provide you with a comfortable and pain-free life.
Our 24 Hour Emergency Dental Services
At Didsbury Dental, we offer 24 hour dental services in Manchester to help deal with any dental issues that may arise. There is nothing worse than having the pain and discomfort of a 24 hour emergency dental service, and this is where we come in. We can fulfill the roles that you require in order to ensure that you get the best and most in-depth dental treatment.
These are just some of the amazing services and treatments we offer as a leading 24 hour dentist in Manchester, and we urge you to take advantage of this. Achieving comfort, and being able to be stress-free as much as possible is really important, and there are so many excellent ways in which you can achieve this moving forward.
Treatments & Services We Offer
Broken ToothBroken Tooth
Wisdom ToothWisdom Tooth
Tooth InfectionTooth Infection
Damaged DenturesDamaged Dentures
Root CanalRoot Canal
Dental AbscessDental Abscess
Tooth ExtractionTooth Extraction
Lost Filling Or CrownsLost Filling Or Crowns
OUT OF HOURS DENTAL TREATMENT (AFTER 6:00PM)
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An Emergency Dentist You Can Rely On
Our team of experienced professional dental experts are highly trained and equipped to deal with all kinds of dental issues, using the latest technologies and tools to provide fast and effective dental treatments. Making an appointment at the dentist is enough to fill most people with a sense of dread! We understand this, and that’s why our dedicated team will do all they can to leave you feeling comfortable and looked after.
We are dedicated to providing compassionate care and attention to every patient who walks through our doors, no matter the time of day or night. You need to get dental issues dealt with as soon as possible, and this is why it is so important that you take steps to look after and deal with them as much as possible, and Didsbury Dental is perfectly positioned to help you achieve this.
We take the time to understand your dental emergency and tailor our treatments to your specific needs, making sure you get the best possible care in an environment where you feel safe and comfortable.
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Competitive PricesCompetitive Prices
We understand the cost of living is going up, and people are finding it difficult, and that’s why we have made a conscious decision to implement competitive price points for our patients. We want to be able to cater to every budget and price point, and this is why we go out of our way to get this part of the process right.
Compassionate StaffCompassionate Staff
A lot of people are nervous about going to the dentist, and this means it is important to have staff who are compassionate and understanding. Our team of professionals are supportive, compassionate, and understanding, and provide personalised attention for every patient.
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An out-of-hours dentist provides dental services outside of normal working hours. They are different to in-hours dentists, who typically work from hours of 9:00 am to 5:00 pm (or in some cases, 8:00 pm to 4:00 pm).
You may need to see an out-of-hours dentist for an urgent appointment or if you have a dental emergency. You will usually be seen within 24 hours.
For urgent dental treatment, you must call your dentist, as they may be able to offer you an emergency appointment, or their answerphone message will advise you on what to do.
You should seek medical help from an out-of-hours dentist if you experience any of the following:
- Infections, abscesses and severe swelling in and around the mouth
- Uncontrolled bleeding from the mouth after an accident or extracted tooth
- Trauma (such as a tooth which has been knocked out)
- Excruciating pain lasting more than 2 days, which is not resolved with painkillers
- Broken tooth
- Mouth ulcers that have not healed after 2 weeks
If your tooth has been knocked out and you bring it with you to your appointment, the dentist will clean the tooth. Then, they will put it back into your mouth and hold it in place, which is called splinting.
You may need to return to the dentist after a couple of weeks to have the splint removed.
If you can’t find the missing tooth, or the dentist is unable to save it, it may be replaced with a false tooth.
You may have to pay for your appointment and any treatments.
The NHS does offer emergency dental care. Some NHS dentist surgeries offer emergency appointments at short notice, which will cost £23.80 unless you are entitled to free NHS dental treatment.
Currently, the UK has a shortage of NHS dental practices. Many NHS dentists are turning away patients, or have long waiting lists for new patients to join because there aren’t enough dentists to meet the demand. This has been exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic, which has put enormous pressure on emergency services.
A survey of nearly 7,000 dental practices revealed that a third of NHS dental practices are no longer accepting new adult patients, while 8 in 10 practices are not taking on children.
If you are a patient at a private dentist, the fees for emergency dental care will be higher than fees at an NHS dental practice.
- Minor toothache that goes away within 2 days
- Losing a filling or crown
- Chipped tooth or composite (after falling over or eating a hard food)
- Broken dentures
- Broken mouth guard or gum shield
- Food stuck between the teeth
- Take a painkiller such as paracetamol or ibuprofen. Always leave 4 hours between doses.
- Rinse your mouth with salt water- but children should not try this.
- Apply a cold compress or ice pack to your jaw to ease inflammation.
- Eat soft foods such as yoghurt, porridge and smoothies, rather than hard foods, like carrots.
- Avoid foods that are sweet, very hot or very cold.
- Do not smoke, as smoking damages gum tissue and increases the risk of tooth decay.