Currently all of our Dentaline Clinics are now closed due to the COVID 19 pandemic. 

Dentaline are able to offer telephone consultations for patients when their dental practices are closed for those whose urgent conditions cannot wait until their own dentist is available to call.

Dentaline can be contacted for urgent dental problems on 01634 890300 

Our call centre is open: Monday to Sunday From 6pm - 10.55pm and Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays from 8.30am-1.25pm as well as 6pm-10.55pm

Following triage by our call centre, a telephone consultation may be arranged to offer advice, analgesia or antibiotics (where appropriate) 

If you have an urgent dental problem during normal working hours please note all NHS dental practices are currently offering telephone consultation for urgent dental problems for their own and new patients. 

The Kent Dental Helpline may also be able to help you they are open 8am- 4pm weekdays 0300 123 4412

For more information around why your dentist cannot see you currently please go online to

Our out of hour's emergency dental service is known as DentaLine and is for dental emergencies and urgent symptoms during evenings, weekends or bank holidays. To contact the service you should call 01634 890300 for an assessment, advice and to arrange an appointment for that evening if necessary. Patients should contact their own dentist for dental emergencies during practice opening hours.

Our call centre is open: Monday to Sunday From 6pm - 10.55pm and additionally Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays from 8.30am - 1.25pm

If you meet our acceptance criteria an appointment may be offered, but if daytime care is felt to be more appropriate, you will be advised. Treatment provided by DentaLine prevents deterioration in a patient's oral health or will give temporary control of pain. After treatment, patients are still required to return to their own dentist, or join the list of a dental practice, for a new course of treatment to permanently resolve their dental need. Our service accommodates patients who have the following dental symptoms:

  • haemorrhaging (bleeding from the mouth);
  • trauma - Following a recent accident or injury;
  • severe facial swelling (affecting the airway or eye);
  • sudden onset of acute pain not relieved by over-the counter pain killers.

To contact the admin team regarding our service (not appointments) please email us >