Welcome to Howell Hill Dental Practise in Ewell & Epsom

Opening Hours : Monday to Friday - 9am to 5pm
  Contact : 020 8224 5105

See below our most frequently asked questions

I have broken my denture

Broken dentures can usually be repaired relatively easily. Please resist the temptation to glue them together your self as this often makes a repair very difficult. Please call the practice to organise a repair.

I have lost a crown?

Please keep the crown safe, so it can be re-cemented for you. If the underlying tooth is painful avoid eating near it and drink tepid drinks only. It is essential that the crown is re-cemented as failure to do so can lead to further damage and the necessity for root canal treatment.

What should I do in an event of a dental emergency?

Please call the practice on 02082245105 as early as possible in the morning so we can arrange an appointment as soon as possible. Our out of hour’s emergency number is 0759 5251 043

Phone lines are open from 9am Monday to Friday

24 hour Emergency Dentist available on 0759 5251 043

Appointments are available Monday to Friday Simply pick up the phone when you are in pain (or think you might be about to be in pain) and call us to book your appointment for you then and there.

* New patients welcome – if this if your first time at Howell Hill we’re pleased to meet you!
* Antibiotics and Pain killers handed out at the clinic where necessary
* No need to go searching for a chemist

Pricing

* Examination/Diagnosis/Treatment planning £55

Plus, any of the following that may or may not be needed

* Antibiotics to take away £5
* X-Rays £15 each
* Temporary fillings simple/complex £35/£70 (preferable to fit permanent filling)
* Crown replacement simple/complex £55/£70
* Extraction £75

If you then want to come back to us for permanent treatment we provide an excellent standard of dentistry as well as a comprehensive range of cosmetic dental treatment.

Appointments available on the day – simply phone 020 8224 5105 and book

I have a Toothache?

If you have a constant pain, this indicates there is something wrong that requires attention. Painkillers are usually necessary and if you are able to take them, ibuprofen is usually best. If you are not able to take ibuprofen, Paracetamol is recommended but be careful not to exceed the maximum dose.

Call the surgery as soon as you can on 020 82245105

I have knocked a tooth out

The tooth needs to be re-implanted as soon as possible. If you can, place the tooth back into the socket and splint in place with silver paper. If this is not possible, DO NOT place the tooth in water. DO place it in some cold milk or on one side of your mouth between your teeth and cheeks until you can be seen either by us or a local hospital emergency dental department. Try not to handle the tooth root too much to protect the fibres around the root surface..

I have fractured a tooth

Please don’t panic as these can usually be restored. If the tooth is painful, avoid hot and could foods. If there is pain try to avoid eating or biting on that side. Painkillers can often help. An early appointment is usually necessary to avoid further damage to the tooth and possibly the nerve inside. We can easily provide a temporary restoration and ensure it is pain fee.

Again call us on 020 8224 5105 asap