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Dental emergency conditions can include anything from a broken tooth to wisdom tooth pain and dental abscesses. Depending on how urgently you need to see a dentist, you can visit a 24hr emergency dentist, a private dentist or an NHS dentist (although NHS appointments are rarely available at short notice). Private examinations tend to start from £45 and upwards (higher in central urban areas), while NHS examinations start at £18.80. Many private dentists offer financing options and dental discount plans for the treatments needed to address the emergency. Registering for a dentist in England is different from GPs; you don’t have to register and even if you do you are free to visit a new dentist at any time if you find a more suitable appointment or price.FIND DENTISTS NEAR ME NOW
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BOOKED APPOINTMENT SAME DAY. Helpful, will use again Tuesday, January 17. 2017
A truly excellent experience. Enthusiastic, polite desk staff and friendly, professional practitioners. Almost looking forward to next time! Monday, January 16. 2017
Excellent friendly and sympathetic practice with first class staff. Sunday, January 15. 2017
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