24/7 Emergency Dentist Contact
Please email us at [email protected] or use the online form below for a quick solution to your dental emergency on the very same day.
You can also WhatsApp us at: 07711 200 694
In children, we typically see the following dental emergencies:
Please call our office if you are unsure whether your child is experiencing an emergency dental situation. We can determine how urgently your child needs dental care once we know about the emergency.
When your child has a dental emergency, it’s important to let us know whether their primary teeth have been injured or their permanent teeth have been damaged. Due to the fact that these teeth require different dental care.
An Emergency Dentist appointment for non-registered patients will cost £89. While a registered patient can cost between £20 and £40 depending on severity and after-hours notice.
You can book a regular appointment by calling 020 7233 7660 or emailing us during our normal opening hours at Hermes London Dental Clinic:
If your child needs to be seen urgently, you can call 07711 200 694 to book an emergency appointment. When you call our emergency dentist helpline, you will get connected through our multi-lingual customer service.
You’ll be requested to provide your preliminary details, such as your name, phone number and to describe the problem you are currently experiencing. Your child will then be seen at the earliest appointment slot that is available, based on your convenience, and you’ll be given detailed instructions and directions, along with parking information to reach our dental clinic.
At Hermes London Dental Clinic, our experts follow a simple motto: if dental emergencies don’t take a day off, then neither should we. We take a unique approach to treating your child, and we work hard to build trust and confidence through positive experiences.
Not only are our dental professionals experts in their field, but they are also capable of offering multilingual support for patients who are new in London. Thus, patients who speak French, German, Spanish and Hindi feel completely at home in our clinic.
The best thing you can do as a parent is not to panic when your child has a dental emergency. If your child requires emergency dental care, remaining calm may help keep them calm.
If a tooth comes out of your child’s mouth, the tooth needs to be replaced immediately as replanting the tooth is time-consuming. Fresh, cold milk or physiologic saline should be used to keep the tooth moist. Rinse the tooth gently with saline after handling it by the root or scrubbing it clean.
If a tooth has broken off or has chipped, rinse the mouth with warm water and apply a cold compress to reduce swelling. Bring the broken tooth fragment to your emergency appointment if possible.
If an object is stuck between their teeth, try to remove it with dental floss. Do not attempt to remove the object with anything sharp, as you may damage your child’s enamel or gums. If a brace wire has come loose, try adjusting it with the rubber end of a pencil. If this isn’t possible, try covering the wire with dental wax, a small cotton ball or a piece of gauze until you can get to Hermes London Dental. Do not cut the wire, as your child could swallow it.
If your child has a chipped or broken tooth as a result of an accident or an injury or has unexpectedly developed a tooth or gum infection, it can be a traumatic experience. Our dentists are always ready at your service any time, any day, so if you’re in need of an emergency dentist for kids in London, contact us now for 24-hour emergency dental treatment.