Normal opening hours
Having a toothache isn’t funny and the good news is that you don’t have to be an existing patient to get emergency dentist treatment at Life Dental & Wellbeing.
We are conveniently located opposite Exeter Central Train Station, only a few minutes from Exeter High Street. For appointments please call 01392 278843 we will be happy to help. If you contact us in the morning, in many instances we will be able to see you on the same day.
Out of hours emergencies
Life Care Plan Members
If you are a Life Care Plan member please call the DPAS Help Line 0800 525 631. You will be put in contact with a local dentist (it may not be us). This service is available 24 hours a day. You will pay for treatment and claim the costs back through DPAS. There is a call out charge of £20. If you are overseas please call 0044 1747 820 841.
Pay-as-you-go private patients
If you are a private patient who pays for treatment please call 07860 516335. You will be put through to a dentist in the Exeter area (it may not be us) and they will arrange to see you at their own practice if necessary. This service is available from 6-8pm weekdays and 9-6pm at weekends. There is a call out charge of £95 and you will be required to pay for any additional treatment required.
If you are an NHS dental patient please call Access Dental 01392 823682.
Costs for emergency treatment
We will advise you of the cost of any dental treatment before we undertake it. We are also able to offer you antibiotics at the practice should you need them so you won’t need to go to a chemist afterward.
If you are not in pain but have a problem that needs looking at – maybe a broken filling – we are happy to see you on an ad hoc basis to address your specific problem. In most cases, we can do this in one appointment but sometimes you will need a second visit for more definitive treatment. Either way, we will let you know how much it will cost before we start.
As a guide, an extraction costs from £97 and a replacement filling costs from £79. Costs depend on how big it is and what type of filling you choose (metal or white). An x-ray is £9 and a course of antibiotics £8.