Emergency Dentist Perth
In a Hurry to have Dental Treatment?
If you have an emergency dental requirement, then book your appointment now or call us on 1300 467 112 and speak to our expert team. We always reserve slots for emergency cases, so don’t delay contact us now.
Open every day of the year, from 8am – 8pm*, eDental are your ‘go to’ emergency dental treatment provider in Perth. Centrally located just two minutes from Crown Perth, we can usually see you on the same day and at short notice.
What Common Emergency Dental Conditions We Can Help
Knocked Out Tooth
If you have a tooth (or teeth) that has been knocked out or loose, then you need to book an appointment and see a Dentist as soon as possible.
Rinse the tooth in milk, and hold it by the crown so as not to further damage the root. If milk is not available, then use water.
If you are able to, try and put the tooth back in its socket. If you’re unable to re-seat the tooth, then either wrap it in cling-wrap, immerse in some milk, or keep it inside your mouth in your cheek (begin most careful not to swallow it).
Call our practice at anytime between 8am – 8pm* and speak with a trained dental expert. You can call us directly on 1300 467 112.
Broken or Chipped Tooth
You need to see a Dentist as soon as possible. Call us on 1300 467 112 or book an appointment online on this page.
Clean the affected area with warm water. If the broken tooth has been caused by a trauma injury, then place a cold pack on your face near the injured area to help reduce any swelling.
Should you find pieces of the tooth, we ask that you collect these and bring them with you to your emergency dental appointment. Keep these segments in a wet or damp cloth.
Fortunately, most chipped teeth can be bonded back onto the teeth with excellent results.
The sooner you can see an emergency Dentist, then the better outcome you may have. Book your emergency dental treatment now.
Toothache can often be a symptom of various underlying medical conditions, and you need to see a Dentist as soon as practicably possible. Book online now, or call our friendly reception on 1300 467 112. We have emergency slots reserved for your treatment.
If you are experiencing toothache, then we recommend that you quickly do the following if possible;
- Gain some relief from pain by rinsing your mouth with warm, soapy water
- Use dental floss to remove any stubborn food that may be trapped between your teeth or gums
- If swelling is present, place a cold pack on the outside of the cheek
- Take pain relief and follow the instructions on the packaging. It’s important that you don’t apply painkillers on or near the tooth.