24 Hour Emergency Dentist Sydney — CALL (02) 8417 2946 — If you have an urgent need for emergency dental care, we are on-call and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. No matter what the time is, day or night, we will be able to provide you with the emergency dental services you need – when you need it! There is no need to suffer in pain any longer than you have to. Call (02) 8417 2946 RIGHT NOW to get the pain relief you need for your tooth ache or any other dental pain.
At 24 Hour Emergency Dentist Sydney, we provide residents of the Sydney area 24 hour emergency dental care and services for all types of emergencies — whether it be problems with braces and/or retainers or toothache, to cracked or broken teeth, lost fillings or a chipped tooth. We also take care of abscesses, knocked out teeth and broken jaws.
So if you’re having an emergency with any of these things, don’t delay. Just call 24 Hour Emergency Dentist Sydney NOW on (02) 8417 2946. We have highly experienced and competent emergency dentists on call available to help you with the best dental care available.
We understand that even with modern day communications, it can sometimes still be difficult to contact someone to get the help you need immediately. So if you’re having an emergency dental situation with any of the conditions listed above, here are a few tips on what you can do whilst waiting for help from one of our emergency dental experts.
Broken Braces and Wires
Unless it can be removed easily, you should never remove a broken appliance (braces or any of the wires) from the teeth. If possible, cover any sharp protruding edges with gauze, wax, cotton balls or even chewing gum. Then as soon as possible, call our office to make an appointment.
Most tooth aches are caused by food getting trapped in between your teeth and gums. So rinse your mouth with hot salt water and try to clean around the sore tooth. Reduce any swelling by using a cold compress. Aspirin should NOT be used on the tooth. For pain relief, the best thing to try is acetaminophen.
Cut or bitten Tongue, Lip or Cheek
Stop any bleeding by applying firm pressure with some sterile gauze or clean cloth. If there is any bruising, apply an ice pack to the area. If bleeding doesn’t show any signs of slowing down within 15 mins, go to your nearest hospital emergency room.
If you have broken one or more of your teeth, rinse your mouth with warm water and apply a facial compress to the affected area. Always try to recover any fragments of the broken teeth. Call our office to arrange an appointment as soon as possible.
Knocked Out Permanent Tooth
In cases where a permanent tooth has been knocked out without breaking, find and recover the knocked out tooth, making sure to hold it by the crown (the top of the tooth) only. Gently rinse the tooth, taking care not the clean the tooth too roughly. Try not to handle the tooth more than is absolutely necessary. When the tooth has been cleaned, insert it back into the socket. Ensure that the tooth is then held in place with a clean cloth or some gauze. If you can’t insert the tooth back in, place it in a glass of milk or water. Do not delay in seeking assistance. The longer the tooth is out of the socket, the less chance there is of saving the tooth. Call our office immediately and request for urgent help.
Broken jaws need to be immobilised as quickly as possible, so keep the mouth closed with a tie, handkerchief, or towel and go immediately to the nearest hospital emergency room.
Bleeding After a Baby Tooth Falls Out
Baby teeth normally bleed for a short time after they fall out. However, if bleeding persists, place some gauze over the area and ask the child to bite down on it for at least 15 mins. Call out office if the bleeding shows no signs of abating.
Cold or Canker Sores
Most sores of these types can be treated by applying over-the-counter medications. If these treatments don’t appear to be working, call our office and schedule an appointment.
Hopefully these tips will help resolve most of your issues. If you still have any problems with these sorts of issues, call our office and ask for assistance from one of our 24 hour emergency dentists.
24 Hour Emergency Dentist Sydney — we’re here and ready to help!
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