Emergency Dentist Wolverhampton

In a Dental Emergency you can call 01902 324 230

Dental Emergency At Willows Dental, Wolverhampton

If you feel you require an emergency appointment, please call us in the morning (before 10am, Monday to Friday) to avoid disappointment for a same day appointment.

If you feel you require an emergency appointment outside the practice opening hours and you are a Denplan patient, please call 07896 956 612 to speak to one of our on-call Dentists. If you are an NHS patient, please call the NHS dental emergency helpline on 111.

If you feel like it is something that can wait until the practice re-opens, please call our usual number on 01902 324 230, and leave us a message with your full name and contact number, alternatively, you can fill on our online enquiry form and someone will call you back when the practice re-opens.

Please remember that we only have a limited number of emergency appointments available, and these are allocated on a first come first serve basis, and we are only offer same day emergency appointments.

The Willows Dental team are always here to help, no matter what time of the day (or night) it is, and there is no need to suffer in silence if you are in pain.

Need an emergency Dentist in Wolverhampton?

Are you suffering from dental pain?

Speak to our fantastic patient care team now by filling out our online enquiry form, or call us now on 01902 324 230

Book online or call us on
01902 324 230.

Our dentists and nurses are especially qualified in looking after our more nervous patients.

Advice for Some Common Dental Emergencies

Here are some of the most common dental emergencies, and some advice on how to treat the problem whilst you wait to see a dentist.


Ibuprofen is the best form of painkiller to take with a toothache, but if you’re unable to take this then use paracetamol. Please follow the directions on the packet as to how much you can take. Apply a cold compress to your tooth if you have any swelling.

Lost Filling

If your tooth is painful take a painkiller and avoid hot and cold foods. Eat on the other side of your mouth if you can. You can buy temporary filling material from a chemist or use sugar free chewing gum as a temporary filler until you see your emergency dentist.

Lost Crown

Take painkillers if you are in pain and avoid hot and cold drinks. If you still have the crown, please take this with you to the emergency dentist.


Abscesses are painful infections which occur under the tooth and can spread if left untreated. Take painkillers if you are in pain and rinsing your mouth in salt water can also relieve the pain.

Dr Neel Barchha is a Dental Phobic Certified Dentist

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