IS THE NHS IN CHARGE OF DENTAL EMERGENCIES?
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NHS charges apply unless you are exempt from paying for your dental care. Exemption documentation will be required. Please contact 111 if you are experiencing severe dental or facial pain that is not controlled by pain medication.
In the United Kingdom, what is considered Emergency Dentist care?
Emergency Dentist Classification Patients who require emergency care require prompt assistance to avoid significant medical repercussions or long-term dental concerns.
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Any treatment that your dentist believes is clinically necessary to achieve and maintain good oral health should be available on the NHS.