At Maida Smiles Clinic in Maida Vale, we offer round-the-clock care for patients experiencing intense and painful issues like toothache and infections.
Emergency appointments £100.
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With specialists available daily, we can deliver active treatment on the same day, including procedures like root canals, tooth extraction and complex surgical wisdom tooth extractions.
Furthermore, our dental practice offers faster, more convenient appointment times because we have in-house 3D CT scans that help us diagnose any condition faster and more accurately.
And if you’re a new patient to our clinic, you won’t need to be registered to get an appointment.
As our practice is close to St John’s Wood, Shepherd’s Bush, Kensington, Chalk Farm & Islington, we’re often the first choice for patients needing fast, seamless fixes to everyday oral problems.
Dr Gutierres has unrivalled experience in placing dental implants, placing close to 20,000 throughout his 17-year-long career, so much so that he founded and opened the Maida Smiles Clinic in London after identifying a gap for successful immediate implant placement in London.
We understand that you must secure an emergency dentist appointment quickly when worrying emergencies occur.
Here at Maida Smiles, we hate for any patient to be left in pain waiting for an appointment – that’s why we reserve specific emergency dental appointments to ensure that we can always fit patients in when they are in need.
Whether it’s an excruciating toothache, tooth pain, infection or damage to the tooth or its structure, it will be vital for you to seek immediate dental attention.
Please call and speak to our lovely receptionist, who will do their best to arrange a last-minute appointment for you on the same day. However, we recommend that in any emergency, phone as soon as possible.
When to visit the dentist
In the case of dental emergencies, the more you know, the better and faster you’ll be able to react to problems when they arise. Remember, the goal is to preserve your teeth long-term and relieve any pain you feel. We know how terrible infections and toothaches feel.
You should visit the dentist if anything in your mouth is amiss. If it’s an infection, only the dentist can handle the problem. Whereas, if you have a knocked-out tooth, you may need to act fast beforehand to save it.
When to go to the hospital:
The NHS advises going to A&E in serious circumstances that can include: