Emergency dentistry

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Having to seek emergency dental care can be stressful. To help combat this, our clinic offers a full range of dental services under one roof so you can have peace of mind that your dental issue can be treated promptly and effectively by one of our gentle and experienced dentists. We always aim to have time slots available throughout the day for emergencies, so if you are experiencing any pain or discomfort, please give us a call right away.

What is considered a dental emergency

Dental emergencies can range from a simple lost filling causing minor discomfort to a heavily infected tooth resulting in severe facial swelling and pain. It is important to understand that most dental issues including trauma, pain, swelling and bleeding will generally not resolve on their own, and should be managed as soon as possible as these can quickly develop into more serious complications. We strongly advise that you seek proper care from a dentist as soon as possible to ensure the issue is dealt with as swiftly and painlessly as possible.

What to do if you knock out an adult tooth

The Australian Dental Association recommends children and teens see a dentist every six months for a regular dental check up and clean. During this visit, the dentist will:

If you can’t replace the tooth, fill a zip lock bag with milk and place the tooth in it.

What to do if a baby tooth is knocked out

If your child has knocked out a baby tooth, do not try to put the tooth back in its socket as this can cause damage to the permanent tooth underneath. Visit your dentist as soon as possible.

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