Hakimi Dental Clinic – Dentist in Oldbury

51A New Birmingham Rd, Oldbury B69 2JQ

Emergency dentist in Oldbury, Birmingham

Are you in pain? We understand that dental emergencies can happen unexpectedly. Trust our experienced team to provide prompt and compassionate emergency dental care in Oldbury, Birmingham

Weekend availability

Accepting new patients

Quick appointment booking

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Emergency dental care

What is considered as a dental emergency?

  • Severe toothache
  • Knocked-out tooth
  • Broken or fractured tooth
  • Lost filling or crown
  • Severe gum or facial swelling
  • Uncontrolled bleeding
  • Painful abscess
  • Broken or dislocated jaw
  • Orthodontic issues
  • Infections and swellings

Why choose us?

Dental emergencies don’t adhere to regular office hours. That’s why we offer weekend appointments for emergency cases. Speak with our professional team and receive guidance on your situation.

Swift assessments when you need it the most

Swift assessment and treatment

Upon arrival at Hakimi Dental Clinic, our dental professionals will swiftly assess your emergency situation. We prioritise quick and effective treatment to address the immediate issue, providing relief and preventing further complications.

Experienced emergency dental team

Our experienced emergency dental team is trained to handle a wide range of urgent situations. Whether it’s a sudden injury or severe pain, you can trust our professionals to provide the care you need.

Don’t wait! Seek immediate dental care

If you’re experiencing a dental emergency, don’t wait. Book your emergency appointment online or call us to schedule your appointment. We are dedicated to providing swift and effective care to relieve your pain and address your dental emergency promptly.

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Transparent pricing

– Emergency consultation £45

– Simple extraction from £145

– Complex extraction from £250

Frequently asked questions - dental emergencies

What counts as a dental emergency?

Dental emergencies in the UK include severe toothaches, knocked-out teeth, and broken teeth, often requiring immediate care. Uncontrolled bleeding from the mouth is another critical issue that demands prompt attention. Any situation causing severe pain, injury, or distress in the mouth or teeth should be treated as a dental emergency to ensure quick relief and long-term oral health.

Can I get emergency dental treatment with NHS?

When it comes to NHS, they have quite strict rules and only a few cases count as dental emergencies. For example, when persistent bleeding or serious swelling is making it hard for you to breathe or swallow.

If you are registered with an NHS dentist, they may be able to give you an emergency number to call. However, as most practices close at 5 p.m., you might not be able to get the appointment on the same day.

Here at Hakimi Dental Clinic, we provide private treatment and promise to see you as soon as possible. You can contact us at 01215 441 854 or book online and get an appointment immediately!

How much will it cost?

It will cost £45 for the emergency dentist consultation. After the consultation, our dentist will assess the problem and will discuss with you the further costs. We will always be transparent with pricing!

What methods can I use at home if I am experiencing a dental emergency and I cannot go to a dentist?

Consider using over-the-counter pain relievers such as paracetamol or ibuprofen, but only if you typically tolerate these medications well. They can provide temporary relief, albeit not a permanent solution, until you're able to see a dentist. In cases of swelling or infection, hot salt water mouth rinses can be beneficial. The natural antiseptic properties of salt water may help alleviate pain and provide some relief.

I am really anxious about my dental appointment.

We frequently encounter patients who are very nervous, as dental visits can be anxiety-inducing for many. However, we can guarantee that when you reach out to us, we'll provide reassuring support, ensuring you won't have to feel nervous about your appointment. Our approach is relaxed and we'll make you feel as comfortable as possible. Our patients find their experience with us enjoyable and stress-free.

Can I come to the practice by car?

Yes, you can absolutely come to the dental practice by car! We understand how important it is, especially during such a stressful time such as a dental emergency. You can park your car right in front of the practice, where you'll find designated parking spaces.

Do I need to be registered with you?

No, there is no need to be registered with us or with any dental practice to come for an appointment.

What do I do if I have a toothache?

In case of a toothache, get in touch with us as soon as possible so you can be seen by a dentist! While you're waiting, give your mouth a good rinse with warm water. Try to get rid of any trapped food bits using dental floss. If you're experiencing swelling, put a cold pack on the outside of your cheek. Just a heads-up, don't place aspirin or any painkiller directly on your gum near the painful tooth, as it could end up doing more harm than good.

What do I do if I have a knocked-out tooth?

If you've had a tooth knocked out, it's crucial to act quickly! The best chance of saving it is to get to the dentist within an hour.

Hold it by the part that usually sticks out of your gums, the white bit (the crown), but don't touch the root. If it's dirty, you can either lick it clean or give it a quick rinse in cold running water, but no more than 10 seconds. Don't scrub it or remove any tissue still attached.

Try to pop it back into the gum hole. If it doesn't fit smoothly:

- Stick it in some milk
- If it's your tooth, pop it in your saliva by spitting into a container
- You can also hold it in your cheek, but be cautious with young children to prevent them from swallowing it
- You can also use something like Save-a-Tooth.

If the tooth goes back in, gently bite down on a clean cloth to keep it in place.

Can I go to A&E for a toothache?

Toothache isn't typically considered an emergency or life-threatening, so they might not be able to help. If you've got serious facial swelling that's making it hard to breathe, our best advice would be to head over to the Accident and Emergency (A&E) department for some quick medical attention.

For a toothache, the best and the quickest solution is to come and see us as soon as possible.

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