Emergency Dentist

Serving 3000+ patients across Chelmsford, Danbury & Maldon

Based on 126 reviews

  • Pain Relief: temporary treatment to get you out of pain
  • Diagnosis: advice on what to do next
  • Antibiotics: if required, we dispense inhouse 
  • Treatment Plan: advice on a long term plan

£90 Emergency Appointment

Contact us and we’ll do our best to get you seen & out of pain

Emergency Dentist Experiences

Rachel T
Rachel T
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Absolutely amazing, I have not been to the dentist in 5 years due to being needle phobic and having had a bad experience, Dr Kaly and Jess were amazing and so understanding, they talked me through the whole procedure, I would 100% recommend them, such a lovely practice with lovely staff
Dominic M
Dominic M
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Dr Kaly went out of her way to make me feel comfortable and make the experience positive. She explained the process very clearly and reassured me that I was always in control. I would definitely recommend Dr Kaly to anyone looking for a dentist, especially if you are a nervous patient.
Samantha C
Samantha C
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After a disastrous dentist experience a couple of years ago, I was very apprehensive about visiting the dentist ever again, however I should of never worried, Dr Kaly at Danbury Dental Care was fantastic. Dr Kaly and her nurse were so reassuring, made me feel so comfortable and completely at ease. Would recommend this dental practice!
Nikki W
Nikki W
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I was Sedated on Friday for fillings and I was extremely Nervous!! But I had meetings with Kaly and the team leading up to it and phone calls and emails to ease my nerves and answer any questions I had! Which comforted me a lot!

Dental Emergencies: A Guide

We see Dental Emergencies across Chelmsford, Maldon and surrounding areas on a private basis.

Whether it’s a broken tooth, severe toothache, or a lost filling, we are committed to providing prompt, effective treatment to get you out of pain.

Common Dental Emergencies

Dental emergencies can vary widely but often include:

  • Toothache: A persistent, severe toothache could be a sign of an abscess or infection.
  • Broken or Chipped Teeth: This can occur from an injury or biting down on hard foods.
  • Lost or Dislodged Fillings: Old fillings can sometimes fall out, leaving your tooth vulnerable.
  • Knocked Out Teeth: This can happen due to accidents or sports injuries.
    Swelling: Swollen gums, face or mouth could be a sign of an infection.

Getting Out of Pain

First things first, we seek to understand the full extent of the problem.

We achieve this by taking X-rays, which are instrumental in evaluating the nature and severity of trauma, detecting any infection, and even spotting other potential dental issues.

But that’s not all we do. When it comes to dental emergencies, timely advice and treatment can make a world of difference. Our dentists are always ready to provide helpful advice tailored to your unique situation. If needed, we can prescribe antibiotics to help manage and ward off any potential infections.

In situations where your tooth is exposed to harm, we can apply a temporary dressing to protect your teeth, This acts to prevent any further damage or discomfort.

Our ultimate goal is to ensure that your pain is kept to an absolute minimum. To this end, we’re able to provide a range of temporary treatments, each designed to target and alleviate pain effectively.

Contacting us in Dental Emergencies

We understand that time is of the essence during a dental emergency. If you’re experiencing a dental emergency, please contact us immediately.

If it’s outside our regular practice hours, please leave us a message through the website, and one of our team members will contact you as soon as we can. 

We always try to make space for emergency appointments and will do our best to see you promptly and deal with your problem.

Dr Kaly Gengeswaran

BSc (Hons), BDS Lon, PG Dip (Sed)

Contact us and we’ll do our best to get you seen & out of pain