Emergency Dentist Essex

It can be hard to know what to do in the event of a dental emergency. We can help.

When do you need to visit our emergency dentist in Essex?

Urgent dental emergencies are time-sensitive and need to be seen by a medical or dental professional as quickly as possible.

Florence Lichou
Florence Lichou
12 June 2024
Great practice. The staff is friendly and explains the process very well, being thorough. I came with my 2-year-old, and they did their best to make him feel at ease.
Jacob Gardiner
Jacob Gardiner
28 May 2024
Very friendly staff and good treatment
Akariu
Akariu
21 May 2024
Very comfortable service, as an anxious person I felt very welcome and looked after by all including receptionists. My dentist was kind and non-judgemental at all. The healthcare was affordable even for private care. Only good things to say.
Lesley Milczarek
Lesley Milczarek
21 May 2024
Great service
Peter Hallett
Peter Hallett
2 May 2024
As someone who has had a lifetime fear of dentistry I can’t speak highly enough of this practice. All the treatments are clearly explained throughout and every care taken during treatment to keep you comfortable. Highly recommended.
Hanna Taylor
Hanna Taylor
2 May 2024
Modern high quality dental practice near common. Highly recommended!
mark young
mark young
3 April 2024
Hadn't been to a dentist in years, lost a filling on Monday, contacted The Courtyard on Tuesday appointment on Wednesday, absolutely fantastic treatment and not to expensive and didn't try and push other treatments only recommended... very pleased
Jade Griffiths
Jade Griffiths
19 March 2024
Excellent dentist - everyone friendly and helpful. The dentist was perfect with both my children. Very pleased!
Simon B
Simon B
5 March 2024
I have nothing but great things to say about this dental practice. The receptionists are quite brilliant, helpful and above all else happy to help you out. The dentists are fantastic. Lewis is the best I've ever had. Kind, caring and, for want of a better word, gentle. I honestly never felt the injections. I recommend this place 100%. If only all dentists were this great
Malwina Berry
Malwina Berry
28 February 2024
What a lovely approach to children. The dentist we saw was so lovely and approachable to my kids they had no problem with opening their mouth wide and showing off their sparkly teeth. Thank you for a fab service.

What is Considered a Dental Emergency?

Whether it’s an accident or a dental issue that was put off too long, there are different understandings about what constitutes a dental emergency. Some tooth or mouth damage requires immediate medical attention, where other incidents fall under non-urgent dental care, which can be seen by a dental professional during regular business hours.

In general, an actual dental emergency is an issue that requires immediate treatment to stop bleeding, save a tooth, address a life-threatening infection or alleviate severe pain. We do our best at our emergency dentist Essex to provide this service. 

Managing Your Toothache at Home

NHS England and the Department of Health have instructed dental practices to PRIORITISE URGENT TREATMENT where possible. The following guidance is to support you in helping manage minor symptoms at home.

Common Non-Urgent Dental Emergencies

Non-urgent dental emergencies may feel uncomfortable, but can likely wait for treatment until our practice is open.

If you need an emergency dentist in Essex then call us today

When our patients are in pain or concerned that they are experiencing a dental emergency in Essex, we encourage you to give us a call during business hours on 01799 523500.

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