Emergency Dentist

Our Coburg Clinic Emergency Dentist is Here to Save the Day

Do Not Hesitate to Call Us When a Dental Emergency Occurs

Our highly trained and experienced emergency dentist can be trusted to provide prompt after-hours assistance. We pride ourselves on delivering the very best emergency dental care for patients of all ages. Broken teeth and severe toothaches can occur suddenly and often require immediate treatment to alleviate pain and prevent further complications.
Our team is capable of providing emergency dental services. Whether you require emergency tooth extraction or emergency root canal treatment, our emergency dentist can respond to your specific needs at a moment’s notice.

Our Services

We offer emergency dental services for:

  • Knocked-out teeth – Teeth can be knocked out while participating in contact sports, including football and boxing. These can be returned to their socket within an hour of the incident if you seek prompt emergency dental treatment.
  • Chipped teeth – Chipped teeth can expose the internal structure of the tooth, leaving it susceptible to serious infections. Our emergency broken tooth dentist can avoid these outcomes as well as alleviate pain and swelling.
  • Toothaches – Severe toothaches can be debilitating, causing immense pain and discomfort. Our emergency dentist can provide the relief that you need.
  • Root canal – We can provide emergency root canal treatment for teeth that are experiencing pain caused by infection of the tooth pulp.
  • Extractions – Our Coburg dentist can assist with emergency tooth extraction for teeth that need taking out urgently. This includes wisdom teeth removal as well as extraction of other teeth that might be causing problems.
  • Sports related injuries – Our Coburg dentist can attend to a range of sports related injuries, including chipped teeth, knocked out teeth and dental trauma.
  • Denture repairs – If your dentures have become chipped or broken, our after-hours dentist can assist with repairs.
  • And more – Our emergency dentist can also provide assistance for people who have lost their fillings or crowns.

By Tram
Hop on the 19 tramif you are in Melbourne CBD and Coburg, as this tram goes all along Sydney Rd.
Get off at Moore St (stop 29).
Hop on trams 1 and 6 if you are coming from the south eastern suburbs.

By Train
Jump on the Upfield line and get off at Moreland station.

Parking
Parking is abundant after working hours on Sydney Rd and side streets

Chipped, Cracked and Broken Tooth Repair

If you live in Coburg, Brunswick or another nearby northern suburb, it’s likely that you enjoy a fun-filled lifestyle that’s packed with everything from local nightlife through to playing sports and cycling. However, with all of these fun activities can also come the risk of dental emergencies such as chipped teeth and dental trauma.
Cracking or breaking a tooth can be an incredibly painful experience, especially if the damage causes the nerve of the tooth to become exposed. In addition to causing pain, a broken or chipped tooth can also look unsightly. We can provide prompt emergency dental care for patients suffering from a broken or cracked tooth. If you’re suffering from a broken tooth, it’s important to act fast and arrange to see an emergency dentist as soon as possible. Before seeing a dentist, you can also take the following steps at home for a broken or cracked tooth:

 

What Should I Do If I Have Severe Tooth Pain?

Cracking or breaking a tooth can be an incredibly painful experience, especially if the damage causes the nerve of the tooth to become exposed. In addition to causing pain, a broken or chipped tooth can also look unsightly. We can provide prompt emergency dental care for patients suffering from a broken or cracked tooth.
In case of a dental emergency, the first thing you should do is to call us in order to get assessed and treated by our dentist. Waiting to get treatment will only prolong the pain and discomfort. Considering the fact that we have dealt with thousands of cases, you can rest assure that we will treat your condition with the utmost care and professionalism.

Common signs of a tooth infection:

  • Sensitivity to temperature.
  • Pain when chewing.
  • Swelling and redness.
  • A bad taste in the mouth.
  • Difficulty opening the mouth.
  • Nausea.

If you’re exhibiting any of the above signs, it’s important to see a dentist immediately to prevent a dental abscess from developing.

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