Emergency Dentist Birmingham

Many dentists are still closed due to the restrictions of COVID-19

BPI Dental is OPEN

We are privileged to be part of a highly advanced dental practices group. We are accepting new private patients.

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Many dentists in Birmingham remain closed due to COVID-19 restrictions

Emergency HOTLINE

Our team are compassionate and friendly. We will get you an appointment as soon as possible.

Emergency Private Dental Care

BPI Dental is open for private dental care: NHS treatments are not provided at this practice. New private patients welcome.

The emergency dentist in Birmingham welcomes everyone who needs to see a dentist or hygienist. Call now and speak to one of our qualified dental staff if you are in pain or urgently need assistance. Many dental patients have been suffering for months during the lockdown. Our emergency dentist is open for lost fillings, denture repairs, loose teeth, bleeding gums, replacement of missing teeth, crowns, bridgework, braces and dental implants.

COVID-19 Safe Practice Policies

Please be rest assured that your safety is our utmost priority and we have left nothing to chance with new equipment to minimise the risk to both yourselves and the staff at BPI Dental. These include air purifiers in each treatment room and along with full PPE for all treating clinicians.

Please read our detailed post covid-19 return to work policy.

We CAN HELP YOU with any dental emergency!

  • Do you severe nerve pain or root canal problems?
  • Are your gums bleeding and sore causing you worry and distress?
  • Do you have uneven, cracked or chipped teeth?
  • Have you got missing teeth, or lost a tooth in an accident?
  • Are you embarrassed or having trouble eating with a broken denture or cracked bridge?
  • Have you lost a crown or fillings fallen out?
  • Abscess or swollen jaw?

You don’t have to suffer any longer! Many of these problems are dental emergencies and should be treated immediately. The longer you suffer with the symptoms without treatment, the more expensive a remedy may be in the long term. Furthermore your dental hygiene and even your general health can be badly effected over time. With potentially more related problems arising in future, we advise you to seek help today.

COVID -19 Safe Practice

We have been working to create a robust “gold standard” of precautionary procedures and protocols that will protect our patients and staff.  This goes far and above any recommendations likely to be put in place by the NHS authorities. We now  have all the right equipment and new working procedures in place.

Root Canal & Nerve Pain

Emergency root canal treatments

  • Severe nerve pain
  • Tooth abscess pain relief
  • Prevent further root infections
  • Recurring root filling problems

Emergency endodontic treatment or root canal therapy is undertaken to preserve a tooth that would otherwise need to be extracted. The consultation begins with a clinical assessment, including any appropriate digital x-rays, a diagnosis and costs involved. The emergency dentist (endodontist) will then give you your treatment options and possible outcomes.

Signs & Symptoms that you need  Endodontic Treatment

  • Severe toothache pain upon chewing or application of pressure
  • Prolonged sensitivity to hot or cold temperatures 
  • Discoloration of the tooth
  • Swelling and tenderness in nearby gums
  • A persistent or recurring pimple on the gums

Denture Repairs - Fix your broken / cracked dental bridge or denture

“Fixing a denture with glue is NOT recommended, since this can lead to many other oral health problems…….

Urgent repairs for dentures & bridges

  • Painful or sore spots on your gums
  • Cracked or fractured dentures or bridge
  • Loose or uncomfortable dentures
  • Denture adjustments

Loose or broken dentures can cause problems, including sores and infections, not to mention discomfort. A loose or ill-fitting denture can also make eating and talking more difficult. It is important to get it repaired or replace a worn or poorly fitting denture or dental bridge before they cause you more problems.

If your false teeth don’t fit together properly, you can have problems not only with the bridge or denture, but also the gums, the temporo-mandibular joint and / or the muscles that move your jaw. These problems are called ‘occlusal’ problems. Teeth that are out of line, heavily worn or constantly breaking, fillings that fracture or crowns that work loose may all be signs of occlusal problems.

Cure your sore bleeding gums

Common signs of periodontal disease

  • Gums bleeding when brushing the teeth
  • Red, swollen or tender gums
  • Loose teeth, or spaces suddenly appearing
  • Gums pulling away from the teeth
  • Bad Breath, foul taste in mouth
Gum disease (also known as periodontal disease, periodontitis or pyorrhoea) is an infection of the underlying supporting structures of the teeth. Periodontal means “around the tooth”. Periodontal diseases are gum and bone infections caused by the bacteria (germs) in your mouth. These infections destroy the foundation, the gum and bone around your teeth. Periodontal diseases are painless until it is almost too late to save teeth. If left untreated, periodontal disease can cause bad breath and swollen bleeding gums and eventually tooth loss. In fact, periodontal diseases are a major cause of tooth loss in adults.

Signs of Gum Disease

  •  Gums bleeding when brushing the teeth
  • Red and swollen gums
  • Tender gums
  • Gums pulling away from the teeth, exposing roots and creating recessions
  • Pus between teeth and gums
  • Sudden swellings that are painful to the touch
  • Loose teeth, or spaces suddenly appearing between teeth
  • Teeth beginning to splay out
  • A change in the way your teeth fit together/a different bite

Toothache - Lost a filling or other tooth pain?

Common reasons for toothache

  • Dental accident – Knocked tooth out or trauma to mouth and gums?
  • Cracked or fractured tooth or crown
  • Tooth decay – this leads to holes (cavities)
  • Loose, broken or lost fillings
  • Receding gums, exposed roots
  • Periapical abscess – bacterial infections
  • Root canal problems

The type of emergency treatment you have for your toothache depends on the reasons for the pain.  BPI Dental have emergency dentists in Birmingham who will give you an oral examination and try to identify the problem. You may also have an x-ray or CT scan if the reason for your pain is a more complex case.

If tooth decay is the reason for your toothache, then we will remove the decayed area. It is always our goal to preserve as much of your natural tooth as possible. The cavity will then be replaced with with an Amalgam or composite filling.

Fillings and crowns can often fall out or get broken by eating hard foods. Most patients realise they have a problem immediately. Unfortunately not everyone seeks dental treatment urgently. Over time the tooth will decay and therefore any decay will have to be removed before a new filling or crown can be put in place.

BPI Dental emergency policy and procedures means our dentists will always try to save a tooth first. Unfortunately a tooth can become un-saveable if you have left the dental problem for a long time without treatment. As a result your tooth may have to be extracted.

Watch video - Emergency dentists and how to avoid tooth loss

Accidents happen and dental emergencies can occur after normal business hours. It is important to know what your options are in case of a dental emergency. Material copyrighted by third parties, provided courtesy of American Dental Association

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Extended Hours

Mon – Wed8.00 – 20.00 hrs
Thu – Fri8.00 – 20.00 hrs


Emergency Cases

In need of an emergency procedure? Give us a call and one of our team will be there to help you.

Opening Times

Mon 8am-8pm
Tue 8am-8pm
Wed 8am-8pm
Thu 8am-8pm
Fri 8am-8pm


Consultations £90 - £155
Extractions from £79
IV Sedation from £260
Lost Fillings from £75
Root Canal from £260

Where To Find Us

We are a 1 min drive from Hagley Road and a 5 minute drive away from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

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