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Emergency Dentist Birmingham

Solihull Dental Centre and Implant Clinic

if you're looking for a Birmingham out of hours dentist that can offer 24-hour emergency dentistry then you're in the right place.

Finding an emergency dentist during coronavirus can be a little daunting, particularly if you want an emergency dentist that's open now.

Our practice is not always open however if you are looking for 24 hour emergency dental care, please call 0121 705 3935, if this is outside of our regular clinic hours there will be instructions on how to access urgent dental care. It is important that you let us know the nature of your emergency in the event of leaving a message. Please check our list below of what is and is not a dental emergency.


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I am newly registered to the practice. I had a broken crown (work carried out by my previous dentist) so I called Solihull Dental Centre to book an appointment to see if I could get it replaced. The lady I spoke to was very friendly and had me an appointment booked in within a few days - im usually used to waiting weeks with my previous dentist. Dr Sacranie was very professional and discussed all treatment options with me, involving me the whole way through - I didn't once feel rushed. I was made very comfortable and at ease throughout both appointments and I couldn't be happier with the result! Very impressed with the practice, all staff were friendly, welcoming and attentive and the practice itself is lovely, highly recommend! - Charl0ttex


What is considered emergency dentistry?

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A dental emergency is any situation where you require emergency attention in order to minimise the risk of serious medical problems. Please ensure you call our emergency dentist if you have any of the following dental problems:

  • Extreme and uncontrollable toothache which doesn't respond to over the counter painkillers
  • Uncontrolled bleeding in your mouth
  • A chipped tooth which is causing extreme pain or there is blood coming from inside the tooth (small amount of blood from around the tooth/gum margin is not a dental emergency)
  • Dental swelling of your gum, face, cheek or neck which is spreading.
  • A recent dental extraction which continues to bleed and can't be stopped by biting down soft padding.
  • An avulsed (knocked out) tooth

What is NOT considered an emergency?

not a dental emergency

  • Minor tooth ache which is only causing mild discomfort
  • A small amount of bleeding after knocking your tooth which stops rapidly and has no extreme pain associated.
  • Tooth sensitivity.
  • A chipped tooth without any extreme pain or blood from the tooth itself.
  • A broken restoration such as crown, bridge or veneer.
  • Orthodontic brackets which have become loose.
  • Mouth ulcers which are less than 10 days old.

If you need an emergency dentist, here's what to do

All out  of hours emergencies can call 111

 The Practice hours are 8.30am – 5.00pm.  Monday – Thursday .  Friday  we close at 4.00pm

All registered  NHS patients of the Practice can be seen during these hours.

 If  you call and we do not answer straight away there is a voice message service to enable patients to leave a message, we will call you back. 

 Here's what we will do when you contact us

1 – You call the Practice. Receptionist will take all personal details and brief outline of your dental problem.  This information will be passed to the emergency dentist .

2 -   The dentist will call you to determine what treatment/advice will be necessary. We'll call you the same day  when possible.

 3 - Appointment will be booked at reception and pre-payment will be taken for the NHS fee of £22.70 (urgent charge for NHS )

 Non registered patients can also be seen at the Practice a on a private basis only. The  same  process applies except thehe cost of the telephone assessment is £65.00. Any further emergency treatment will be from £75.0

How to find us from Birmingham.

Travelling by car.

Distance - 8.5 miles

Estimated journey time - 21 min

  • Start out in the centre of Birmingham and head northwest toward Corporation St
  • Continue onto Corporation St
  • Take Jennens Rd/A47 to Lawley Middleway/A4540
  • Follow A4540 and Small Heath Hwy/A45 to Golden Hillock Rd/B4145
  • At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Golden Hillock Rd/B4145
  • Continue to Solihull
  • Follow Warwick Rd/B4102 to Poplar Rd
  • At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Warwick Rd/B4102
  • Turn right onto Poplar Rd
  • Turn left to stay on Poplar Rd
  • Solihull Dental Centre & Implant Clinic will be on the right

 

Travelling by bus.

Distance - 8.5 miles

Estimated journey time - 21 min

  • Start out in at the Birmingham coach station stop DS5
  • Take the 37 bus towards Solihull
  • Alight at Station Road stop SK
  • The practice is approximately 1 min walk from here.



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