Emergency Dentist

For emergency appointments please phone us on: (02) 8076-3791

SWIFT ATTENTION AND RELIEF

Tooth, jaw and nerve pain are hard to bear and need prompt attention for immediate relief and to avoid further problems or infections. If you are having difficulties with decay, a painful wisdom tooth, or have suffered an injury or trauma, such as a cracked or broken tooth, it is uncomfortable and inconvenient. Even if you don’t have tooth pain, severe damage to your teeth or infection needs to be treated immediately to avoid further damage.

We’ll take care of it and help you to feel better quickly. Get in touch with us to arrange an appointment right away. Your dental experience with us will be pleasant and virtually pain free, with a range of effective pain relief options available. Your comfort and dental well-being are our highest priority.

The range of conditions we treat include: Serious causes of dental emergencies include:
Wisdom Teeth Removal Toothache due to deep decay
Painless Root Canal Therapy An exposed or dying nerve
Broken Tooth (Trauma) Infection around erupting wisdom teeth
Lost Filling Broken or knocked out teeth

Do I need an emergency dentist?

If you have a persistent toothache, a cracked tooth, or swollen gums you need to call the dentist. Whatever the cause of your toothache or jaw pain, it may be a serious issue that could cause more damage if left for too long.

What can I do to relieve my dental pain at home?

Once you have called to make an appointment with YFDL Dental, you may need to make yourself more comfortable at home. Here are some tips for caring for your teeth in a dental emergency:

  • Keep your teeth and gums clean removing plaque and bacteria regularly
  • Buy a numbing chlorhexidine mouthwash if you have a gum or wisdom tooth infect
  • You can take anti-inflammatory pain medication such as ibuprofen or paracetamo
  • Do not attempt to remove your tooth or loose orthodontic wires or brackets
  • If swelling occurs, apply a cold press to your cheek outside the mouth

What can I do to relieve my dental pain at home?

Once you have called to make an appointment at YFDL Dental, you may need to make yourself more comfortable at home. Here are some tips for caring for your teeth in a dental emergency:

  • Keep your teeth and gums clean removing plaque and bacteria regularly
  • Buy a numbing chlorhexidine mouthwash if you have a gum or wisdom tooth infection
  • You can take anti-inflammatory pain medication such as ibuprofen or paracetamol
  • Do not attempt to remove your tooth or loose orthodontic wires or brackets
  • If swelling occurs, apply a cold press to your cheek outside the mouth
    • For more tips on caring for relieving pain and swelling in a dental emergency, read our blog, What should I do in a dental emergency?


      Emergency Dentist

      Emergency Dentist

      Emergency Dentist

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