Emergency Dentist in Clapham Junction

Emergency Dentist in Clapham Junction

2 locations are available

7 days a week

in Clapham Junction or Tooting.

Same day dental pain relief from £69

Meet the dental team Clapham


SW11 Medical Clapham,  020-7223-5114 , 45 Lavender Hill, Clapham Junction, SW11 5QW


Tooting Medical Centre,  020-8767-8389 , 5 London Road, Tooting, SW17 9JR


All the dentists are experienced in providing emergency dental treatment.

The dental clinic has dentists specialising in oral surgery, endodontics and orthodontics. Our dentists are empathetic in the treatment of nervous patients and can provide sedation during normal surgery hours.
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Happy Patients

What people say about us. Here are comments from individuals who have visited sw11Clinic

Quick and professional!

Quick, friendly and professional! I also loved the fact that the specialist gave me pricing options (as I had to take a few vaccins at once) and could answer all of my questions. D. Hilton

Professional & Efficient

Very professional, honest and friendly staff that make you feel entirely comfortable throughout the process. Would definitely recommended. Many thanks,job great. T. Palmer

Excellent service and care both…

Excellent service and care both clinically and from all the support staff. M. Lee

Emergency dentist definition
Dental emergency is a broad, umbrella term used to describe an issue involving the teeth and supporting tissues that is of high importance to be fixed/treated by the relevant professional. Dental emergencies do not always involve pain, although this is a common signal that something needs to be looked at.

Is there an emergency dentist?
If there is no swelling or fever, and you are not finding it difficult to breathe or swallow, your dentist can probably treat your abscess in the office. Always call your dentist first when the dental emergency involves a tooth. Hospitals do not have the right equipment or expertise to save or restore teeth

What is considered a dental emergency?
Other Dental Emergencies. Basically, any dental problem that requires immediate treatment in order to save a tooth, stop ongoing tissue bleeding or alleviate severe pain is considered a dental emergency. A severe infection or abscess in the mouth can be life-threatening and should be dealt with immediately.

What is the most common medical emergency in a dental office?
Over 60% of the emergencies were syncope, with hyperventilation the next most frequent at 7%. In the studies have also shown that syncope is the most common medical emergency seen by dentists.

What is an emergency dentist?
Dental emergency. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Dental emergency is a broad, umbrella term used to describe an issue involving the teeth and supporting tissues that is of high importance to be fixed/treated by the relevant professional.

How do you know if a tooth infection has spread?
If you have a fever and swelling in your face and you can’t reach your dentist, go to an emergency room. Also go to the emergency room if you have trouble breathing or swallowing. These symptoms may indicate that the infection has spread deeper into your jaw and surrounding tissue or even to other areas of your body.

Is a cavity a dental emergency?
Toothache or tooth pain: You may have a cavity or dental abscess (pocket of infection) in or around a tooth. You should have the tooth evaluated by a dentist or the emergency department if any of the following occur: The pain is severe. Your gum, cheek, or face surrounding the involved tooth exhibits redness.