Do you need an out of hours dentist in Newcastle? Look no further than Ewan Bramley Dental Care – one of the region’s most affordable, trusted and leading private dentists.
As well as providing a range of modern cosmetic dental treatments from our state-of-the-art practice, we also provide an out of hours emergency dental service for people who have a facial trauma, severe dental pain or post-extraction bleeding outside of the normal 9-5.
We understand that a dental problem can happen anytime, and that’s why we like to be as flexible as possible for our patients.
If you need things like a crown re-fix or a replacement lost filling, we can book you in during normal office hours and will get this arranged as soon as we can for you.
DO YOU HAVE A DENTAL EMERGENCY? CALL EWAN BRAMLEY ON 0191 303 7736
To make sure our team of dental professionals are in a position to give the correct advice, it’s really important that we speak to the person who has the dental pain directly. We can’t give advice to family members or friends.
How to Access our Out of Hours Dentist in Newcastle Service
Our emergency dentist service isn’t a walk in service and to access our out of hours facility, please call this number: 0191 303 7736
Your call with us will be answered as soon as possible and you’ll be put in touch with one of our senior members of staff. We’ll ask you a few questions regarding the condition that you’re in and we’ll make a decision for you based on your answers. If your case is urgent, we’ll try our utmost to see you that same day.
Emergencies Guaranteed To Be Seen The Same Day!
If you call us before 9 am we can guarantee that you will receive a same day appointment from us. You can secure an out of hours dentist in Newcastle from just £69.60 and we’re open 8 am to 8 pm through the week.
We’re also open on Saturday between 9 am and 3 pm to deal with emergencies.
We will always listen to your problem with care and understanding. We’re here to help!
You may need an out of hours dentist in Newcastle if you have:
- Swelling or a toothache that implies a gum or tooth infection
- A severe toothache, facial pain or an abscess that painkillers from a pharmacist don’t help
- Facial or mouth trauma brought about by a recent injury or accident
- A tooth being knocked out
- Bad swelling around the face or mouth, which is getting worse
If you think you fit any of the above criteria, call Ewan Bramley Dental Care on 0191 303 7736.