If you are in pain, immediate action is necessary. Call Us on (03) 9840 2963
We will aim to schedule an appointment for you as soon as possible.
Our first priority is to get you out of pain first, then schedule you back in again for any further treatments.
How do you know if it’s an emergency
Our advice is that if it hurts, it’s an emergency. Most of the time, toothache occurs when there are some damages to the nervous system inside your teeth. Quick treatment improves the odds of saving injured or damaged teeth, and consequently, damaged nerves or blood vessels. If you ignore dental pain or dental injury, you’re taking a chance, because there is also a risk of getting an infection, which can become life-threatening.
Most Dental Emergencies are usually relief of acute pain, the treatment may involve the first state of root canal treatment which mainly to drain bacteria inside the teeth out.
Please do not delay a dental emergency!
In some circumstances, these emergencies may involve:
- Dental trauma, ie. tooth got knocked out, got pushed out of the socket etc.
- Facial/gum swelling
- Tooth/jaw ache
- Infected wisdom tooth
- Chipped, broken or cracked tooth
- Loss of filling / crown/veneers
- Denture repair