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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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Easy to book, friendly staff and thorough examination. Would recommend! Tuesday, January 30. 2018
Enjoyed the visit, clean & friendly. Explained all the steps of the procedure and gave useful advice Wednesday, January 17. 2018
Dr Kalsi helped me perfectly during my emergency appointment. Both communication/explanation were friendly and caring. Friday, December 29. 2017
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