Dentists are open for urgent and routine treatments these days. You can contact your dentist by phone or email. Changes have been made to keep you and the dental care team safe. You can also contact nhs dental care via 

If you cannot contact your dentist or you do not have one, use these NHS online services. Find out more about using the NHS and other health services during coronavirus No need to register with a dentist in the same way as a GP because you are not bound to the catchment area.

Simply find a dental operation that is convenient for you, whether it's near your home or work, and call them to see if there are any appointments available. You can search for NHS dentists near you through online sites. 

Dental operations will not always have the capacity to take new NHS patients – you may have to join the waiting list, look for different dentists who take new NHS patients, or be seen personally.

After you find dental surgery, you might have to fill out the registration form on your first visit, which only adds you to the patient's database. However, that does not mean you have guaranteed access to the appointment of an NHS dentist in the future.

Problem with finding NHS dentist

If after contacting several dental care centers, you still cannot find a dentist who receives NHS patients, contact the NHS Customer Contact Center. NHS Dental Services Commission is required to meet their local population's needs for urgent and routine dental care. Your local HealthWatch may also be able to give you information about services in your area.