The unexpected can happen to anyone. Dental emergencies can cause a great degree of stress when all you want is for the discomfort to stop. But you can trust that we’ll be there to provide pain relief when you require urgent dental care. Find us in East Molesey.
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Gentle Dental provides immediate, emergency dental appointments to new and existing patients local to Surrey and southwest London without needing a prior dental history, records or documentation.
Patients with sudden swollen, tender mouths, sore gums or fractured teeth can sigh with relief; the procedures we offer repair urgent, underlying oral conditions, removing any painful symptoms or infections.
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Our location is East Molesey KT8 0DL
The clinic offers free parking onsite
Reviewed as the “best”
Open till late Mon, & Thurs (8 pm)
Flexible appointments (open Saturdays)
The Emergency Dentists
Technicians, specialists and oral surgeons
We save thousands of teeth every year
Dr Condon is a specialist endodontist
Award-winning dentists and practice
Leading missing teeth dentist (Dr Rifai)
Platinum Providers of Invisalign
Mild and major problems
All issues solved: minor, moderate & complex cases
Damaged, missing or loose teeth
Infected teeth and gums
Ulcers or abscesses
Severe dental tooth decay
Exposed tooth roots
Treatments & Costs
New patients exam (£75) | Existing patients (£65)
White fillings from £90
Porcelain veneers from £750
Composite bonding from £299
Dental crowns from £745
Tooth Extraction from £187.50
Emergency dental services
Types of dental emergencies we accept:
Leave our local practice feeling relaxed, happy and pain-free. After treatment, we’ll advise accurately on the best next steps and activities for at-home care and can prescribe painkillers, antiseptics and antibiotics following any surgery.
We provide easy fixes for:
- Tooth damage (cracks, breakages, chipped teeth and untreated decay)
- Bleeding, infected, inflamed gums, tenderness or general mouth inflammation (gum disease)
- Tooth injuries (knocked-out, loosened or extracted teeth)
- Exposed tooth roots cause tooth sensitivity to hot or cold (intense)
- Excessive, severe tooth pain, pulpitis or abscesses
- Lost, dislodged or displaced fillings, crowns or broken bonding and bridges
- Broken or loose dentures
- Toothache that won’t go away
- Dry sockets, apicoectomies or mouth swelling
- Damaged, snapped or broken braces (orthodontic problems)
Satisfied patients and restored smiles
How we diagnose and treat urgent dental problems
There are multiple causes and reasons why teeth begin to fail and cause oral health problems.
However, here at Gentle Dental, we’ve been in practice for 25+ years and know exactly what to do to ensure our patient’s problems are treated quickly and effectively.
We also understand that access to everyday dental care is not always viable and that many patients fear bad teeth or the dentist.
Please trust that we won’t judge your oral condition but will do everything possible to make it whiter, brighter and healthier for years to come.
Tools, equipment and methods we might use:
- Deep irrigation to flush out plaque, bacteria and other toxins
- X-rays and scans to investigate the roots of the teeth
- CT scans to uncover hidden issues
- Injections to anaesthetise to treat periodontal disease
- Non-invasive tooth-coloured fillings to alleviate pressure caused by cavities
- Laser gum treatments
- Tooth splinting to attach weak teeth together
Please, in the event of an emergency, do not wait for longer than you need to. Waiting another day to seek help can lead to more expensive and extensive care.
practice availability - Quality care 6 days a week
We treat all dental emergencies and have the capacity to book your appointment as soon as possible. All of our dentists are fully experienced in general, cosmetic and emergency dentistry. Our practice is also registered with the CQC.
- Mon, Weds & Thurs: 8 am–8 pm
- Tues & Weds: 8 am–5 pm
- Friday: 8 am–4 pm
- Saturday: 9 am–1 pm
You do NOT have to be an existing patient. Please call 020 8224 7562.
To be seen right away, use the button below, or call the office for special reservations.
Recommended professionals - our Experienced emergency dentists
Below are the prominent members of our emergency dental team that are in charge of the management of your care during your time with us.
Many of patients claim that our dentists are the some of the best they’ve met as they have the skill and experience to make impossible dentistry possible.
We also have fantastic dental hygienists, who will take care of any preliminary work and help you take charge of preventive care as well as stronger cleaning routines.
Dr Ali Rifai
Principal dentist & leading implant dentist
Dr Muneer Patel
Dr Richard Condon
Expert in endodontics
FAQs: Dental Emergency questions answered
Advice from private emergency dentists on dealing with various dental complications:
Patients often come to us in a state of panic when they have lost one or more teeth from trauma, accident, gum disease or tooth decay.
We understand the impacts of a lost tooth on a patient, such as confidence and esteem issues.
Not to mention the effects it can have on your oral health.
If you have lost a tooth, it is essential to find a replacement technique that does not deteriorate the mouth’s condition further.
For example, we’ve seen severe bone loss, the formation of periodontal disease and eventually further tooth loss when patients ignore the gaps in their mouth.
The Gentle Dental recommends dental implants for patients who have lost missing teeth.
Dental implants are a better and more comfortable alternative to traditional dentures.
Prices will vary per clinic. However, usually there is a fee for an emergency appointment, which is on top of your treatment costs. New patient routine appointments cost from £75 with us.
NHS dentists often have long waiting lists, which is not exactly helpful news. But there are special emergency practices that might have availability. When wishing to use an NHS emergency dentist please call 111.
Different clinics will offer different opening times. Often, emergency dentists either have separate, additional out-of-hours times to book alongside their regular appointments, or some will only offer them in the morning.
At the Gentle Dental, we recommend calling first thing in the morning to see where we can urgently fit you in. Please note that the practice in the past has stayed open late, or worked through lunch to serve desperate patients in need of our help.
You should see an emergency dentist if you have any dental problems that we’ve covered on this list such as broken teeth and swollen cheeks.
A&E should only be an option if you have a dental injury that is very severe, and in cases, where you are losing a lot of blood.
In other circumstances, where painkillers are not being effective in numbing your pain, you should try and look for an out of hours dentist.
Why patients love our emergency dental services
- An awarded service that puts patient’s wellbeing first
- Dental sedation provider
- Nervous or anxious patients welcome
- 24-hour emergency service
- Affordable out-of-hours fees
- Specialists onsite daily, who keep up to date with the latest methods and techniques
- We offer cosmetic procedures to provide aesthetic and functional fixes
- Gentle application of anaesthesia in a modern clinic
- We use advanced methods and procedures to deliver fast, effective dentistry results
- CQC monitoring and GDC member
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One of the highest-rated dentists in our area – 117+ Google Reviews ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
We accept patients from across Surrey & southwest London for emergency appointments in the following areas and locations: Surbiton, Addlestone, Sutton, Claygate, Hinchley Wood, Teddington, Walton-on-Thames, Epsom, Chessington, Weybridge and Kingston.
We are open to all patients needing a fast emergency dental service. No registration required.
We know it’s important when dental emergencies arise to treat them promptly. Do not let your issue go ignored or untreated to prevent the spread of bacteria and protect from future infection.
Any tooth or gum pain is not normal.
- A severe fracture can expose the pulp tissue, which will need to be treated immediately.
- When a tooth is knocked out, make sure to handle it by its crown and not the root
- When pulp tissue decays, it can lead to severe tooth infections and abscesses
- Minor tooth fractures often involve enamel only chipping off
- Deep cracks often affect enamel and dentin
- To prevent dental injuries, we advise aligning any protruding teeth with dental braces such as Invisalign or using mouth guards when playing sports.
Get an interest-free loan in under 5 minutes
We don’t take dental insurance. However, we do offer 0% finance. It only takes 2 minutes to apply and you’ll get an answer immediately – applying for a loan has never been easier.
0% finance is available for many treatments up to £30,000. Credit decisions will be subject to individual circumstances. You must be over 18 and earn an income to apply.