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Emergency Dentist Service In Rochester, Kent

Updated: Sep 7


Dental emergencies can happen to any of us. It can be an agonising and distressing experience and all we want is to feel better no matter what.


At the GM Dental and Implant Centre, we give extraordinary consideration to these events and attempt to be as adaptable as could be expected under the circumstances.


In case of an emergency outside of our working hours please phone our dental practice where you will have the option to address a dental expert and book a dental appointment.


You will be unable to see your typical GM dental specialist however we will intend to manage the quick issue, set you straight and take your pain away.


For situations that require emergency dental attention, during or even outside working hours, you will be able to make that booking via online or by calling us directly.


Same-day dental arrangements are offered to the individuals that are feeling pain. Our point is to guarantee that you leave the dental practice without any pain and with your situation resolved.


On the chance that we can't help you on that day, recommendations will be provided and treatment will be given to help your situation throughout the next days.


To organize an out of hours critical dental crisis at GM Dental in Rochester, Kent, please do not hesitate and call our practice in to book your dental emergency straight away.


We are open from Monday to Friday, with extended opening hours every second week and fourth Thursday from 8:30 am - 8 pm including tolerating Saturday and Sunday crisis arrangements for unique circumstances, so kindly don't stop for a second to inquire.


Monday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM

Tuesday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM

Wednesday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM

Thursday 8:30 AM – 8:00 PM

Friday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM

Saturday Closed

Sunday Closed

What Is Defined as a Dental Emergency?


Let's start with a Non-emergency:


If your symptoms are any of the following you can conceivably treat the situation at home, or ask advice to your usual dentist:


  • Sensitive teeth

  • A minor toothache which goes back and forth, or causes a dull hurting pain

  • Wisdom teeth hurting with no swelling

  • Mouth ulcers which you had for less than ten days

  • Bleeding gums or sensitive gums

  • Discomfort with your dentures

  • Sharp pain when chewing

  • A chipped or broken tooth

  • A missing or loose crown

  • A missing or loose veneer


We Will Consider a Dental Emergency The Following:


Contact us at the earliest opportunity possible if you have any of the following symptoms:

  • Swelling of your gum that is spreading into your face. If it spreads down your neck, up to your eyes or along the floor of your mouth PLEASE EXPLAIN THESE SYMPTOMS AS IT IS VERY IMPORTANT when you contact the practice

  • Extreme pain that will incapacitate you from resting or concentration

  • Mouth ulcers which haven't recuperated after fourteen days

  • If you are experiencing bleeding which lasts more than twenty minutes because of recent tooth extraction

  • Knocked-out a tooth

  • Controlled bleeding due to a facial injury

If your symptoms are not listed please call our practice for advice.

Contacts


Phone number: 01634 718882


Online Booking: www.gm-dental.co.uk/book-online