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Dental emergencies can happen at any time, but some are more common than others.

Toothaches are one of the most common dental emergencies, and many things can cause them. It’s best to treat them immediately to avoid further damage.

What should I expect at an emergency dental appointment?

Our patients are treated with compassion, patience, and understanding, just as we would expect to be treated in an emergency dental situation.

Once the source of any discomfort in the mouth has been identified, our dentist will explain to you the correct treatment choices available. You will be treated swiftly to effectively remove discomfort by one of our professional dentists on the same day or at the earliest convenience.

Emergency appointments receive the same degree of attention to detail that normal ones do, and our dental team prioritises your comfort above everything else.

Do I need to be registered as a patient to receive emergency dental care?

No, not at all. As part of our aim to provide care to our community, we believe that this shouldn’t be a barrier to getting the treatment you need. You will be able to register at the time of your appointment so that your dentist can provide any follow-up treatment.

When should I call for an emergency dental appointment?

You should call if you’re in any amount of discomfort. Our experienced team will happily book you an appointment during our normal working hours. Common reasons for emergency treatment are:

  • Toothache or severe sensitivity
  • A chipped or broken tooth
  • Crowns / Bridges / Veneers broken or fallen out
  • Jaw pain
  • Abnormal swelling
  • Broken or uncomfortable dentures
  • Wisdom tooth discomfort
  • Sore gums

Will I be able to finish my treatment on the same day?

The primary goal of an emergency appointment is to provide you with treatment and relief from any discomfort you may be feeling. This may imply that you will have an initial visit to alleviate discomfort and a temporary repair, after which you will return for permanent treatment after your tooth has calmed.

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