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Emergency Dental Appointments in Stoke

Dental emergencies can be painful and stressful, and we understand how important it is to get the right treatment as quickly as possible. Our experienced team of dental professionals is here to help you in any dental emergency in Stoke, no matter how big or small.

Dental Emergency

With emergency dental appointments, you can receive prompt treatment for your dental problem and get relief from any pain or discomfort you may be experiencing.

We offer a range of emergency dental services, including:


  • Toothache treatment
  • Abscess treatment
  • Chipped or broken tooth repair
  • Knocked-out tooth replacement
  • Lost filling or crown replacement
  • Soft tissue injuries, such as cuts to the tongue, cheek, or lip
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Having Dental Emergency?

Call us at 01782 815945 during our working hours get book your urgent dental appointment or call 111 for out of hours.

Out Of Hour Emergency

We suggest you to call 111 for out of hours dental emergencies for the best course of action for your dental emergency.

We care for dental emergencies

At Moorland Dental Clinic & Implant Centre, we prioritize emergency patients and will do everything we can to see you on the same day that you call. Our state-of-the-art equipment and cutting-edge techniques allow us to provide fast, effective treatment for all types of dental emergencies.

Course of action

If you’re experiencing a dental emergency in Stoke, don’t wait – contact us now to schedule an appointment. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is here to answer any questions you may have and provide the care you need to get back to smiling with confidence.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about Dental Emergency.

A dental emergency is any situation that requires immediate attention from a dentist due to pain, swelling, bleeding, or trauma to the teeth or mouth. This can include a toothache, broken or chipped tooth, abscess, lost filling or crown, or a soft tissue injury.

If you have a dental emergency, you should contact your dentist immediately. If you cannot reach your dentist or if they are closed, seek emergency dental care at a hospital or call 111.

No, it is important to seek treatment for a dental emergency as soon as possible. Delaying treatment can result in further damage and increase the chances of permanent loss of the affected tooth.