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Emergency: 0743 656 3324  |  01189 561 766

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We eliminate the nightmare of a dental surgery. The visit turns into a pleasurable time that guarantees dental health and the beauty of your smile.


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Dentist in Reading. Beautiful smile – it is not a problem!

You may see your dentist any day of the week! Our dentists come from Poland and have brought with them affordable prices, professionalism and proven modern methods of treatment. Anaesthesia is standard treatment at our clinic; therefore, its cost is included in the price. We want you to forget about the pain and focus on what the dentist says. At our clinic, you always know what has happened to your teeth and how much you have to pay for each treatment. Below are just some of the services we offer. Most of us visit the dentist only when there is a toothache. At our clinic, you will find not only a quick help and pain relief (7 days a week, from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm), but also a professional advice on how to avoid problems with teeth, and a treatment plan with prices. 

  • Dental sealants and tooth lacquering,
  • Scaling – removal of tartar,
  • Tooth-rebuilding,
  • Endodontics – root canal treatment,
  • Tooth-rebuilding after root canal treatment,
  • Teeth whitening,
  • Sandblasting for teeth,
  • Correction of the shape and color of teeth,
  • Acrylic, flexible, semi-flexible, skeletal dentures,
  • Porcelain crowns and bridges,
  • Crown-root inlays,
  • The first visits for children,
  • Restorations of primary teeth,
  • Removal of destroyed teeth whose state does not allow for treatment.

Check out how much we can do for your teeth. We also invite young patients for their first visits, so that, in the future, they were not afraid to see a dentist. Generally, at Medicare, we are trying to make visits with a dentist a pleasurable experience, not associated with pain and expense. If you have not decided where to go to check your teeth, come to Medicare because we offer a dental check-up, during which a further treatment plan is developed. Additionally, you do not pay for anesthesia. It does not matter whether it is just the removal of plaque and tooth restoration or prosthesis; we take care of your comfort during the procedure, as well as the wonderful effect after the visit. Make an appointment and have a beautiful smile! First visits for children and dental check-ups are free! Periodically, we offer free check-up visits for you to have a treatment plan. We are really proud of the fact that more and more young patients visit us. Therefore, especially for the children, we have introduced a program called “The Smile Academy,” which is aimed at making the children accustomed to the dentist’s office. After each visit, they receive an award and a diploma.

Emergency dentist at Medicare in Reading

Looking for an emergency dentist? We can help! Emergency dentist in Reading: 0118 956 1766. We will do everything we can to stop the pain, find out what caused it and how to treat it.
We provide an emergency care dental service for patients who suffer from severe dental pain, facial swelling, post-extraction bleeding, cracked tooth or loose fillings.
There are several reasons for dental emergencies in Reading, two most frequent cases are:


A toothache may occur in one of your teeth or around the jaws, It may be caused by a number of different factors. A toothache that makes you seek for an emergency dentist in the middle of the night is usually, a sudden pain that can range from annoying discomfort to acute pain. It appears and disappears or is a continuous nightmare, reacting to eating or drinking.

Why me?

Sometimes the dental pulp – delicate tissue made of blood vessels and nerves – becomes inflamed. There is a number of reasons for this, including:

  • Bacterial infection
  • Tooth decay
  • A cracked tooth
  • Broken or loose fillings

There are also conditions that don’t involve dental pulp:

  • Injury to the temporomandibular joint (the joint that connects the skull to the jaw)
  • Ulcers on the gums
  • Sinus inflammation
  • Wisdom teeth (eruption)

What may help?

Treatment depends on the cause of the pain. Mouth examination and x rays – ideally OPG – are firsts steps for diagnosis. First
If you suffer from tooth decay, the decay will be removed and a filling fit in.
If you have a broken or loose filling, we will have to replace the damaged filling and remove the decay hidden underneath.
Sometimes a course of antibiotics or root canal treatment may be necessary.


The most common dental emergency is a broken or a chipped tooth. The emergency appointment is often necessary in order to prevent a further damage. If you managed to save the broken fragment, please do not attempt to fit the broken fragment back into the gum. Instead, cover it with saliva, place it in a clean container, until you can see your emergency dentist. The fragment may be used by the emergency dentist to repair the broken tooth.

What may help?

If the front tooth is chipped, we would usually smooth out the damaged edge and use the composite to replace the missing part.
If a molar is broken, it may be that a section of the chewing surface has been broken away. We will offer to replace the missing section with a crown or filling.
Occasionally, root canal treatment may be necessary. This procedure aims at removal of damaged pulp to prevent infection.

How much does it cost?

Emergency dentist in Reading fee depends on the treatment you require but fees start from £60.

If you have a broken tooth, please call 0118 956 1766 immediately to book an emergency appointment.

Children’s dentist – Reading

At Medicare Reading, we understand the importance of monitoring and treatment of children’s teeth. Our children’s dentist in Reading ensures that we give your child the best possible dental care.

Mission of children’s dentist in Reading

Our children’s dentist mission is to protect and treat young smiles. We have developed a friendly, professional approach towards our youngest patients to motivate them to care about their teeth and build good habits. Working with each child individually allows us to develop good long lasting rituals for the future.

Children’s dentist in Reading – treatments

Children dental treatment at Medicare is as effective, gentle and stress-free as only possible. We take the time to understand each child’s need and carry out checkups that result in complete assessments of patient requirements. Regular appointments help us to maintain healthy smiles for our patients.

Children’s dentist in Reading – equipment

All the equipment used at Medicare Children’s Dentist office is as safe as only possible, including digital radiography system that reduces exposure to radiation by 90%.

We offer following children’s dentist services at our clinic in Reading:

  • endodontics
  • fissure sealants
  • extractions
  • restorations
  • fillings

The fee for child’s appointment may be even as low as £50!

Appointment dates

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Meet our team

Dentist Jerzy Lazinski


Ewa Dudarewicz Orthodontist



Why it is worth your while to choose Medicare?

Specialist Equipment

In our clinics we have high standard medical equipment, which guarantees safety and precision of treatments.

Expert personnel

Our experienced doctors are specialized in many fields of medicine and apply modern methods of treatment at our medical facilities.

Individual approach towards patients.

Our doctors may be distinguished by an exceptional approach towards patients. They treat each patient individually and with great attention.

We respect your time!

We respect our patients’ time through intelligent systems of registration that solves the problem of standing in queue.

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