Emergency Dental

Have a Dental Emergency

My Emergency Dentist has reserved appointments each day for emergencies, as they do happen are almost always unexpected. Remaining calm and assessing the situation is the best approach especially when considering the severity of the problem and whether immediate treatment is needed.


$ 349
  • Which includes:
  • Dental Consultation
  • X-rays
  • Tooth removal (excludes wisdom tooth) or surface filling.
  • Mention this offer when booking your appointment.
In most cases, the following issues will need emergency dental treatment:
Pain is the big giveaway, it’s a huge sign that something isn’t right and you need to seek treatment right away. If the pain is constant, increases and doesn’t recede then you know you have a dental emergency. Tooth pain signals that there may be other problems at hand like a cavity, fractured tooth, a damaged nerve, or an infection al serious if left untreated. If pain stops you from functioning normally, visit your dentist as soon as possible as quick treatment will prevent further problems.
Try the following steps while waiting to see your dentist:
These steps will definitely help but you still need to visit your dentist. If the pain is debilitating you should use an emergency dental service, and if the pain is moderate or just infrequent, you should schedule a visit as soon as possible.
Broken or chipped teeth are susceptible to bacteria, causing infection and spread of gum disease. Visit a dentist immediately and if you can take any pieces of the tooth with you. Your dentist may be able to make repair the using the broken piece depending on the severity of the damage. Avoid hot or cold foods and liquids as they will aggravate the pain it could be debilitating. Once you see your dentist, they can access the damage and decide if the tooth can be saved, although in some cases an extraction may be in order. If so, our dentists can restore your smile with additional dental work using composite bonding or a dental crown – good as new.
When a tooth is knocked out, act quickly as this is an emergency dental situation and there is a chance that the tooth can be saved. Find the tooth and wash it in milk or coat it in saliva, do not to touch the root. You can place the tooth back in the socket if it’s intact, or take it to with you to the dentist for treatment. These steps don’t apply to baby teeth and should never be placed back in your child’s mouth.
An abscess or infection can form around the root, gums and teeth causing severe pain, redness and fever. You may also notice a bitter taste or find it painful to eat. Infections should be treated immediately quickly to prevent further damage from bacteria and tooth decay. If you are experiencing swelling or constant pain and a fever, please come and see us, we’re here to help you.
It’s immediate dental treatment that will save your teeth, and we offer exclusively reserved emergency appointments. At My Emergency Dentist, our Perth Dental Clinic is open six days a week, we can see patients straight away for a broken tooth, an infection, a missing tooth, or patients in severe pain. To protect your teeth, take precautions. Wear a mouth guard when playing sport or undertaking rough activities. Avoid using your teeth to open packages or leverage items to save them from fracture or cracks. If a tooth is knocked out due to an injury, see your dentist so they can the gums and other teeth for any signs of damage or stress. And remember! Use proper dental hygiene, brush twice per day, floss regularly and use mouthwash, the easiest and least expensive way to keep your teeth in good shape.

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