Emergency dentist in Edinburgh

Are currently experiencing dental pain?

If you are currently experiencing dental pain then you've come to the right place. We provide emergency dental care at our practice in Edinburgh at affordable and competitive prices. Following an assessment of your condition and if it is achievable, you will be offered immediate dental treatment and pain relief, so there's no need to suffer in pain.

Help is just a phone call away. We are open Monday - Friday and you can call us on 0131 225 9093.

Some oral health issues that can cause pain are:
• Toothaches or jaw pain.
• Dental abscesses or sinus problems.
• Broken / chipped or loose teeth.
• Broken dentures.
• Wisdom tooth pain.
• Broken veneers or crowns.
• Dental trauma or injury.
• Clenching/ grinding or bite related problems.

emergency dentist in edinburgh
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At Integrated Dentalcare we have invested heavily in technology and skills to ensure that you benefit from treatment to the highest standard. Appropriate pre-assessment allows us to plan whether the tooth can be treated by one of our experienced general dentists. We have the latest 3D scanning technology so there is no need to suffer in pain.

Ignoring dental pain can lead to worsening of the condition and potentially more extensive and costly treatments in the future.

What should I do if I have a dental emergency in Edinburgh?

In the first instance, contact your regular dentist as they may have emergency slots available or be able to offer advice. If you're having difficulty getting an appointment or you aren't registered with a dentist in Edinburgh, feel free to call us on 0131 225 9093 or email us to book an emergency consultation with one of our experienced dentists. Don't leave it to the last moment and suffer needlessly.

How soon should I be seen?

You should be seen as soon as possible. Our clinic offers same-day appointments for most conditions during regular business hours. Please call us on 0131 225 9093 or email us to book an appointment.

Can I get an emergency dentist appointment in Edinburgh?

Experiencing a dental emergency? Integrated Dentalcare offers same-day treatments. Whether you're already a patient or seeking an emergency dentist, we are here to help and warmly welcome you. Call us immediately, and we'll schedule an emergency appointment for you.

How much does an emergency dentist in Edinburgh cost?

It's challenging to provide an exact price without assessing the extent of the issue. Our dentist will review your emergency history and conduct a consultation. Depending on the cause, a digital X-ray may be required to determine the problem. The dentist will discuss available treatment options and provide a comprehensive written treatment plan, ensuring you're fully aware of the associated costs before any treatment commences. This may involve complete emergency treatment or temporary emergency treatment, followed by further appointments if necessary. If you prefer to continue your treatment with your regular dentist, you're welcome to do so. We can provide you with a copy of any digital X-rays taken at no additional cost, allowing your dentist to complete the rest of your treatment.

New Client Emergency Dental Assessment
- £155 ( for unregistered clients)
Urgent Dental Assessment - £90 (for registered clients)

What should I do if I have a swollen face?

A swollen face is a common reason to seek emergency dental care. Swelling can occur gradually over a day or two, or it may appear suddenly. It can be caused by infection, abscesses, or other factors, and treatment depends on the cause and an accurate diagnosis.

Swollen faces can cause anxiety and, if left untreated, may lead to complications. Visit an emergency dentist in Edinburgh to receive further assistance.
swollen face dental abscess

Which painkiller should I use for toothache?

Toothache is a common reason for seeing an emergency dentist. It can be caused by various factors and can vary in intensity and duration for each individual. If you have toothache, it is advised to seek urgent dental care. The effectiveness of painkillers for dental pain varies among people. There are several over-the-counter painkillers readily available:

What should I do if I'm experiencing pain from a wisdom tooth that’s growing in?

When a wisdom tooth is obstructed by the tooth in front or when food and plaque get trapped between the wisdom tooth and the gum, it can lead to infection. Contact your regular dentist as they may have emergency slots or be able to offer advice. You can also reach out to your local emergency dentist. While waiting for an emergency dental appointment, it is recommended to take pain medication and rinse your mouth with warm salt water. Effective brushing around the area may also help dislodge any rotting debris which may help resolve the issue. If you encounter difficulty getting an appointment, feel free to give us a call or email us to schedule an emergency consultation with one of our experienced dentists.
If you are facing a dental emergency, please call 0131 225 9093 or book an appointment to receive the necessary treatment as soon as possible.
Measures for anxious patients

Sometimes the people who most need dental treatment may be anxious to undertake this due to embarrassment or the fear of judgement.

Many years of experience has taught us that listening, understanding, communicating and taking small steps at the pace that you are comfortable with will usually help you to overcome your fears.

Our facility is designed to deliver this type of personalised, tailored approach.

Read about our approach

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0131 225 9093

1 Manor Place Edinburgh EH3 7DH