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Friendly And Caring NHS And Private Dentistry

New Patients

Gentle Dental Care are inviting new NHS to join our family friendly dental practices. We are located in the Evesham, Droitwich and Worcester areas and all the surrounding villages with a choice of NHS and private dentistry, high quality routine and cosmetic dental treatments, a choice of payment options, flexible opening times and family appointments on request, visiting us couldn’t be easier!

As a new patient at Gental Dental care, the first appointment we would like to arrange for you is a New patient Examination. This will involve you completing a Medical History Form, followed by an Xray (if necessary) and a thorough examination of your gums and teeth. We will discuss any concerns you have and requirements you may have to make, from general oral dental care to referrals where we think necessary, under consultation to big improvements to your smile – we can do that too!

 

Emergency Dental Care

FOR 'OUT OF HOURS' DENTAL EMERGENCIES PLEASE CALL THE NHS ON 111

If you are a registered patient with the practice and experience pain or discomfort during our normal practice opening hours (Mon-Fri: 9am-5.30pm) please contact the practice on the number stated below at the earliest convenience and we will try and see you as soon as possible.

Please inform the nurse/receptionist that you are in pain and need to be seen urgently. (Please note that this appointment is likely to be with the emergency/on call dentist and not necessarily with your usual dentist.)

Evesham 01386 761 909

Droitwich 01905 799 547

Worcester 01905 354 258

Gentle Dental can see unregistered patients for emergencies, provided they register on that day.

Emergency Dental Treatment

You may need urgent treatment if you have:

  • Toothache or swelling that suggests an infection of a tooth or gum
  • Severe toothache or facial pain which is not controlled by taking over-the-counter painkillers
  • Trauma of the face, mouth or teeth after a recent accident or injury
  • A permanent tooth being knocked out
  • Bleeding after tooth extraction that you cannot control
  • Serious swelling of the mouth or face which is getting worse