Helping You With your Problem
Emergency Dentist in North Manchester
Emergency Appointments available Monday to Friday.
Open For Emergency And Urgent Treatments
Back to normal
August 8, 2022
Please continue to fill in the online Covid form before attending. Let reception know if you have any symptoms or feeling unwell at your appointment.
Although we are cautious in the way we work, we offer all treatments we did Pre-Covid. Feel free to ask us about other treatments you would like to have done, and we can quote you.
Open to see patients
October 1, 2021
Keep yourself safe and others. Keep warning your mask when attending the dental clinic. Fill in the online Covid form before attending.
Corona Virus Update
March 25. 2020
To all our valued patients and those that would like to join, we hope you and your family are staying safe and keeping well. We appreciate that this is difficult time for everyone as isolation takes a grip in the Manchester. We are asked to stay at home unless absolute necessary. Should you find yourself with a dental problem give us a ring to ask for advice. Jct 20 is still open in this difficult time.
More up to date information can be found from the Gov.uk website: www.gov.uk/coronavirus
March 20. 2020
We’d like to take this opportunity to reassure you all of the necessary measures have been put in place to keep things clean so staff are able to treat patients in a safe environment.
March 15. 2020
We are asking patients to inform us if they have flu like symptoms ( fever or cough), have been in contact with these people at home, or been abroad and have developed these symptoms, to not come into clinic. Please cancel your appointment with us, and ring 111 for more advice.
There are many causes of toothache. The reason of the toothache needs to be diagnosed. Common causes are decay, broken teeth, Abcess, loose teeth, grinding, gum or mouth irritation and pulp damage. Once the cause is diagnosed the treatment can be delivered to get you out of toothache.
Th cavity (or hole) may be filled with a white filling. If it is very big the cavity may need to be filled with something more stronger or crowned.
Teeth can break due to trauma or from decay. Existing Fillings can break, be loose or fall out. The size of the missing portion of tooth will determine whether the tooth came be simply filled, or something more stronger like an inlay or crown is needed. The best option will be discussed in how to restore the tooth to look like it was before the tooth broke.
Taking a tooth out is required if the tooth cannot be saved because it is decayed beyond repair, broken too much or loose due to gum disease.
Recement means gluing. Sometimes dental crowns, bridges or Veneers come out and need to recemented back in.
Root Canal treatment is nerve treatment. It is done to help save a tooth that would otherwise have to be extracted.
Root Canal treatment
Areas we cover
We welcome any patient that would like to benefit from our services from any surrounding area.
Blackley. Higher Blackley. Middleton. Abbey Hey. Alport Town. Ancoats. Ardwick. Ardwick Green. Ashton Hurst. Ashton. Audenshaw. Barlow Moor. Belle Vue. Benchill. Beswick. Blackley. Brooklands. Burnage. Castlefield. Cheetham. Cheetham Hill. Chorlton. Chorlton Park. Chorlton-cum-Hardy. Chorlton-on-Medlock. Chorltonville. Clayton. Collyhurst. Crumpsall. Denton. Didsbury. Droylsden Fallowfield. Glenbrook. Gorton. Great Heaton. Green Quarter. Greenheys. Harpurhey. Highfield Country Park. Hulme. Hyde Godley. Hyde Newton. Hyde Werneth. Ladybarn. Levenshulme. Longdendale. Longsight. Manchester city centre. Merseybank. Middleton. Miles Platting. Moss Side. Mossley. Moston, Manchester. New Islington. New Moston. Newall Green. Newton Heath. Northenden Northern Moor Northern Quarter. Old Moat. Openshaw. Pendlebury. Parrs Wood. Peel Hall. Prestwich. Wythenshawe. Ringway, Salford. Simister. Sharston. Spinningfields. St John's. St. Peters. Stalybridge North. Stalybridge. Strangeways. Victoria Park. West Gorton. Whalley Range. Withington. Whitefield. Woodhouse Park. Wythenshawe.