We’re proud to welcome Reading to our list of emergency dental clinics. From July 4th 2022, our team will be available to provide high quality care to resolve your dental needs with same day, evening, bank holiday and out of hours appointments. This emergency dental clinic is available to all who require immediate or urgent dental care in Reading and the surrounding areas.
Where is The 247 Dentist Reading?
Based at the Caversham Heights Dental Practice (our host dental clinic), this emergency dental clinic is close to all main motorways and train routes from London and The Midlands, as well as the North, South, East and West of Britain. Providing you with easy access to an appointment, at a time that best suits your schedule.
To book an appointment with our emergency dentists in Reading, give us a call on 03301 79995. Our team will be happy to assist you in receiving the right urgent dental care for your needs.
What are the benefits of an emergency dental clinic in Reading?
At The 247 dentist, everyone is a priority. This emergency dental service is available to all adults and children – including those who are not patients at the host practice.
An emergency dental clinic means you don’t have to worry about extended waiting times, lack of appointments available, or major disruptions to your daily schedule. Our team is available around the clock to provide safe and effective dental treatments to remedy your problem, as well as provide advice on recovery if necessary.
The difference between general and emergency dental appointments
Emergency dental appointments should be used in instances where immediate treatment is necessary. Typically this can be obvious, however, issues that have been left untreated for long periods of time may worsen and then require emergency treatment ro rectify and recover the issue from damaging your teeth and gums further.
In contrast, general dentist appointments should be used for regularly scheduled checkups and resolving issues while they are minor and do not cause severe pain or immediate concern.
What counts as a dental emergency?
Dental emergencies typically result in immediate or severe and prolonged pain that will not subside, extreme discomfort, or dental trauma that requires immediate attention. This can include, but is not limited to:
- Broken, cracked or lost teeth
- Dental trauma or facial swelling in and around the mouth area
- A lost or broken crown, bridge or veneer
- Suspected abscesses or dental infections
For more information, read our article on the five telltale signs you may require an emergency dental appointment. Or alternatively, discover when you can use at-home remedies to resolve dental issues and when a trip to an emergency dental clinic is necessary.
Visit our emergency dental clinic in Reading
If you are experiencing ongoing dental pain, trauma or believe you require urgent care, please do not hesitate to visit our emergency dental clinic!
We have a host of dentists based across the UK – so you can find the best treatment closest to you for unmatched convenience and care. View our full list of emergency dental clinics, and get in touch with us today to book your urgent appointment.