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I am absolutely delighted with the results. My teeth were lightened by many shades and the compliments I am receiving are boosting my confidence even further!
The staff are so very friendly that, although I am usually very nervous when going to the dentist, I was put at ease. After the dentist saw me and made a treatment plan for my teeth, I was able to afterwards have a cup of tea and talk to the Patient Coordinator at the clinic who explained everything to me in detail in plain English and answered all my queries so that I could make an informed decision.
“I am so glad I found Highfield Dental Clinic. It has the real personal touch, everyone makes me feel so welcome and they are so caring and gentle as well as professional. The clinic is tastefully decorated and immaculate, but best of all, you don’t get that dental smell! My teeth look better than they’ve ever looked!”
24 Hour Emergency Birmingham Dentist, Emergency Dental Treatment and Surgery in Birmingham for Existing Patients, Unregistered Patients, NHS Patients and Visitors to the UK.
If the worst should happen and you need emergency dental treatment for a lost tooth, a cracked tooth, abscess, or severe toothache, call the dental surgery in birmingham and we will arrange an appointment at your earliest convenience.
Out of hours call 0121 285 4889 and follow the prompts to our emergency on-call dentist in Birmingham
Please remember that the emergency dentist you see out of hours may not be your own dentist, and may not have your dental records. If this is the case you should take a list of any drugs you are taking and be prepared to give details about your general health, as this can affect the dental treatment you receive.
Unregistered patients, NHS Patients and Visitors to the UK from abroad will be required to pay all fees at the time of their treatment.
Severe swelling or bleeding in the mouth area
Whether you are a NHS patient, in the UK on holiday, a visitor or a Foreigner to the UK, and you have severe swelling or bleeding in the mouth area then you should contact the Accident and Emergency Department of your local hospital.
Tooth pain can be controlled and the remedies here suit different people with differing effectiveness.
- Avoid chewing with the painful tooth and keep it clean and free from food residue. You can either brush the tooth gently or rinse with luke warm water
- You can take some pain killer tablets by going to the nearest chemist and consult the pharmacist for over-the-counter medicine that suits you. With most tablets, the pain stops in less than 15 to 30 minutes.
- Tea bag can help with your tooth pain as tea is a mild astrigent with antibacteral properties. Place one teabag into a cup of water and heat in a microwave oven for one minute. Remove the warm tea bag and place it over the painful tooth and bite gently against it for 20 minutes till you get pain relief. You can use both a regular tea bag or a green tea bag for this remedy.