Hi there, I am a Scottish and I’m living in London. After years of wisdom tooth pain I had enough, I had my teeth checked when I was in Scotland at Christmas time and said to the dentist I can’t cope (I broke down in tears at work – not ideal) and I really needed them gone. She said that she can refer me to a doctor as one of them is impacted and the other isn’t. This would have been fine apart from the doctor is in Scotland not England. So now I am left with very painful teeth, both coming through at once, it’s causing ear ache and gland problems. My face is always agony, I cannot sleep due to clenching my jaw, do not talk to me about eating! Haha, sometimes I get up and it is relatively pain free after a couple of cups of something warm. Anyway, what can I do? How does the NHS work in England? Please can someone give me advice as I have been quoted prices from £150 (non-impacted) to £700 for the impacted ones to be removed. Kind Regards.
Dr Mark Hughes
Harley Street Dental Studio
52 Harley Street, London W1G 9PY
Web: www.harleystreetdentalstudio.com Tel: 020 7636 5981