Emergency Dentist Near Me (Chessington)

If you're looking for a trusted and highly experienced emergency dentist near you in Surrey then our modern and friendly Chessington clinic can help.

Our expert Surrey emergency dentists

Our friendly emergency dental care team includes highly skilled dental surgeons Dr. Brijal Patel (GDC No: 85874) and Dr. Dipen Patel (GDC No: 103883), who have over 29 years of combined extensive dentistry experience.

All of our dentists and hygienists are registered with the General Dental Council (GDC) and our clinic is registered and monitored by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) so you can rest assured you are in safe hands here at Mount Road Dental.

Choose us for your emergency dental care and benefit from:

  • 140+ 5* Google Business patient reviews
  • Competitive prices
  • Non-registered patients welcome
  • Same day appointments whenever possible
  • Friendly and highly experienced dental team
  • Proud to be the highest Google rated dentist in Chessington

Emergency dental treatment prices

To help keep our emergency dentistry as affordable as possible, we ensure our prices are extremely competitive compared to other experienced emergency dentists near us in Chessington and Leatherhead.

Treatment Cost
Registered Appointment from £55
Non-Registered Emergency from £75
Re-Cement Crown from £60
Re-Cement Bridge from £70 per unit
Dry Socket from £45

Emergency dental care for new and existing patients

Are you looking for an 'emergency dentist near me'? If you have a dental emergency in Surrey and can get to Chessington, call our friendly team and we will fit you in the same day if possible.

We welcome emergency private patients from all parts of Surrey, including Leatherhead (an easy 15 minutes drive from our emergency clinic).

What qualifies as dental emergency?

Emergency dental treatment is defined as one that the dentist considers necessary to relieve severe pain or prevent your oral condition from deteriorating before you can make a normal appointment.

Here are 10 of the most common issues that may require emergency dentistry:

1. Tooth Extraction / Toothache: Toothaches can result from various issues like dental decay, infections, or gum disease. We will diagnose the cause of the pain and provide appropriate treatment, which may include filling a cavity, toot extractions or prescribing antibiotics.

2. Lost Fillings or Crowns: Fillings or crowns may become loose or fall out, exposing the underlying tooth structure. We can replace lost fillings or crowns to protect the tooth from further damage.

3. Dental Trauma: Accidents can lead to dental trauma such as broken or knocked-out teeth. We can repair or replace damaged teeth to prevent further complications.

4. Abscess Drainage: Dental abscesses are painful infections that can develop around the root of a tooth or in the gums. We may drain the abscess and prescribe antibiotics to eliminate the infection.

5. Broken or Chipped Teeth: Broken or chipped teeth can cause discomfort and affect the appearance of the smile. We can repair minor chips or fractures with dental bonding or veneers.

6. Severe Tooth Sensitivity: Extreme sensitivity to hot or cold temperatures can indicate underlying dental issues such as tooth decay or nerve damage. We can diagnose the cause of sensitivity and provide appropriate treatment.

7. Orthodontic Emergencies: Orthodontic emergencies such as broken braces or wires can cause discomfort and affect the alignment of the teeth. We can repair or adjust orthodontic appliances to alleviate pain and prevent further problems.

8. Soft Tissue Injuries: Injuries to the gums, lips, cheeks, or tongue can result from accidents or trauma. We can assess and treat soft tissue injuries to promote healing and prevent infection.

9. Dental Infections: Untreated dental infections can spread to other parts of the body and cause serious complications. We may perform root canal therapy or extract the infected tooth to eliminate the infection.

10. Jaw Pain or TMJ Disorders: Jaw pain or temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders can cause discomfort and affect the ability to eat or speak. We can diagnose TMJ disorders and provide pain relief through medications or dental appliances.

If you have any of the above issues, it's important to seek immediate dental care to prevent further complications, extra costs and preserve your oral health.


Whenever possible, please contact us about emergencies during normal surgery hours. If you need to be seen on the same day, please get in touch as early in the day as possible.

If treatment is necessary, we will do our best to arrange it within 24 hours.

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If you need to see an emergency dentist outside our normally opening hours, please call 111 to arrange to see an emergency NHS dentist.

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