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Private Dentist Manchester - Book an Urgent Dental Appointment at Didsbury Dental Practice

Choosing the perfect dentist to meet all of your dental needs and requirements is so important, and you need to try to choose experts who can give you the service you need. At Didsbury Dental Practice, we pride ourselves on being one of the best options for a private dentist Manchester has to offer. 

We are your number one choice for exceptional private dental services in Manchester, and we pride ourselves on being able to deliver first-class treatments in a state-of-the-art facility. Our team of qualified, expert professionals is on hand to provide the highest quality private dental care, our 24 hour private dental clinic extended its services out-of-hours 7 days a week but also on national holidays including Christmas Day!

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Our private dental care is second to none. Urgent dental care and our emergency dental service is available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week including Bank Holidays and even Christmas Day.

If you are unsure whether or not your dental condition is classified as an emergency, feel free to give us a call on our helpline at 0161 445 0005.

Alternatively, you can read our article where we go into much more detail about what exactly can and cannot be classed as a tooth emergency.

Our Services

We offer a wealth of excellent dental services that are designed to help look after your oral hygiene, and leave your teeth and gums as strong and well-maintained as possible. We are conscious of trying to optimise your oral health as much as possible, and look after you whilst you’re here. 

Our services can be sorted into general dentistry and cosmetic dentistry services. It is important for us to be able to provide our patients with the best possible services on the market, and these are some of the best. This is a list of some of the key services that we provide that we feel make us the go-to choice for a private dentist in Manchester:

We have a great range of general dentistry services for patients to choose from if they want to keep on top of their oral health: 

  • Dental check-ups
  • Fillings
  • Hygiene appointments
  • Crowns and bridges
  • Dentures 
  • Root canals

If you are unhappy with the appearance of your teeth, your smile, and other aesthetics, we can help! At Didsbury Dental Practice, we offer a range of excellent cosmetic services you can use to improve your appearance:

  • Teeth whitening
  • Invisalign
  • Veneers
  • Smile makeovers
  • Composite bonding 
  • Orthodontics
  • And more…

State Of The Art FacilitiesState Of The Art Facilities

One of the elements that our patients love about our practice is the state-of-the-art facilities we have to offer. We are proud to be able to provide you with a comfortable and safe environment for your emergency dental treatment

Fast & EffectiveFast & Effective

When you need to get your teeth and gums looked at, it is important to do this in a timely and efficient manner. Our dedicated team of experience dental professionals are well trained to be able to offer fast and effective treatment in case of dental emergencies. 

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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Expensive is a word that is relative to us all. We think that private dentists offer great value for money though.

Whether you go NHS or private you will have to pay. There are only some people who are exempt from paying NHS dental charges.
The difference is that, yes, at a private dentist you will ultimately pay more but we are far less inundated and are much more able to properly help and really hear you.

This is not to say that NHS dentists do not provide proper treatment but from what we understand they just do not have appointments available as often as they would like.
Luckily we are a great option, we actually offer a variety of payment plans to make sorting out all aspects of your treatment as stress-free as possible. Many private dentists offer these types of payment plans as they are an essential way to help you get the care you need without breaking the bank.

Everybody should have access to equal dental care!
We are also fortunate that because the nature of the pressure on our system is not like that of the NHS we can take the time to be more attentive to your needs. Just check out our ‘Treatments’ page and go down to ‘Nervous patients’ to see just some of the ways we can assuage your worries.

Here at Didsbury Dental Practice we only take on private patients.

There are so many practices across the country and here in Manchester, however, that can offer you both NHS and private appointments.

You should make sure that you have a good understanding of what the differences are between the two types of services, why each one is great and what will suit you best.

The easiest way to find out if the dental practice that you are looking at visiting looks after both NHS and private patients is to check their website. You can also search them on the NHS database which contains all NHS dental practices.

Just like NHS dental practices, private dental practices also sometimes have waiting lists. You should make sure that you confirm that your practice is taking on new patients in the foreseeable future.

We at Didsbury Dental Practice are of the firm conviction that committing to a private dentist will have long-term benefits for every patient’s oral health and overall health and well-being.

There is a multitude of benefits to using a private dentist:

  • Shorter waiting times for an appointment.
  • Greater flexibility for appointment times (e.g. during evenings, weekends, and outside of 9-5 office hours.)
  • Greater flexibility for emergency treatment.
  • Private dentists can generally offer more time with patients, which is beneficial for treating immediate problems and preventing any future issues.
  • Better quality of care, as there are no funding restrictions.
  • More treatment options (e.g. orthodontic work, Invisalign or teeth whitening).

Many people switch from an NHS dentist to a private dentist, because they have moved house, because they are unhappy with the care provided, or because they wish to be seen by a different dentist.

You can register for a private dentist by calling them and asking them if they are taking on new, private patients. If they are, then you will be able to register with them.

Before you register with a private dentist, you should inform your NHS dentist that you will be moving to another dental practice. Make sure you have cancelled any upcoming appointments and finished paying for any treatments.

Your new dentist can ask your previous dentist for your dental records, so they can understand what your care needs are.

If you want to join a new NHS dentist, then there is likely to be a long waiting list, so you may have to wait months to be seen.

There is a shortage of dentists, a shortage of NHS dental practices, and a shortage of funding for them.

In fact, the British Dental Association estimates that it would take an additional £880 million a year, simply to restore funding to 2010 levels.​

Additionally, there are long waiting lists for new patients to join a dental practice, so people are being turned away, which is leaving tens of thousands of adults and children with no access to dental care. The Covid-19 pandemic has exacerbated the problem, as it has delayed dental treatments and placed enormous pressure on emergency services.​

All of these issues mean that people are not getting the help and care they need, especially if they are suffering from a tooth problem such as gingivitis.