Emergency dental care
- Public service
If you have an urgent need for dental care, our emergency dental care services for adults can assist you on weekdays between 8.00 and 15.00 at the Oral and Dental Centre (Haartmaninkatu 1 D) and Kalasatama Dental Clinic (Työpajankatu 14 A).
Children and young people can primarily receive emergency dental care at the dental clinic in their residential area.
Book an appointment for emergency care through the Maisa portal or call our customer service at +358 9 310 51400, Mon–Fri 7.00–14.00.
Emergency services in the evenings and at weekends
On weekdays from 14.00 to 21.00 and at weekends and on public holidays from 8.00 to 21.00, emergency dental care is available at Park Hospital. Before going to Park Hospital, please call the number +358 9 471 71110 for an assessment of the urgency of your need for treatment.
Emergency dental care at night
At night, emergency dental care is available at the Emergency Department of Töölö Hospital.
Before going to Töölö Hospital, please call the number 116 117 for an assessment of the urgency of your need for treatment.
To whom and on what terms
Please call before arriving at the emergency service to enable us to assess the urgency of your treatment.
The service is intended for residents of Helsinki.
In the evenings, nights and at the weekends the emergency service is intended for residents of the Helsinki metropolitan area and Kirkkonummi.
The 24-hour oral healthcare emergency services look after urgent oral health problems that cannot wait for the next weekday. You should go to the emergency services if you have an injury to your mouth, jaw or teeth that requires urgent treatment or if you have sudden swelling and cannot close your mouth. You should also turn to the emergency services if you have heavy bleeding after oral or dental surgery.
However, ordinary toothache and problems such as cracked teeth, which can be relieved with painkillers, are treated in the daytime on weekdays.
Urgent oral healthcare is available as 24-hour joint emergency services. The catchment area must organise the services so that unreasonably long distances to 24-hour dental care can be avoided.