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Emergency Dentistry in Fortitude Valley

Call Emergency DentistFrom a broken tooth resulting from a sport-related impact to a sharp pain in your tooth, there are all types of dental emergencies that we see. At our warm and caring dental office, our compassionate and experienced team is available to address your concerns.

For your convenience, our practice is open until 6:30pm on most days and till 7:30 on Wednesday evenings, allowing for some emergency treatment. For urgent cases, we are able to offer same-day emergency appointments. Just call our practice to discuss your concern with a member of our team, and we will be able to help you.

For after-hours emergency care, patients should call (07) 3666 0726 and follow the prompts to be directed to our emergency/after-hours mobile. One of our dentists will be in contact as soon as possible.

Free initial consultations are also available in the office, over the phone or via Skype. Please note that certain terms and conditions apply.

Do You Need Dental Treatment Straightaway?

Perhaps you’re wondering if your dental concern represents a real dental emergency. Here are some of the most common dental concerns that should be addressed as soon as possible:

  • A severe toothache
  • A broken or chipped tooth
  • A knocked-out tooth
  • Loose, defective or broken dentures
  • Uncontrollable bleeding
  • Painful swelling
  • Injury to the jaw

If you’re suffering from any of the dental concerns listed above, it is highly recommended that you contact our practice (or another Dental Clinic) to discuss emergency treatment. If any of these oral health complications are left untreated, they can turn into more serious complications.

WARNING:  If you are experiencing severe swelling of the face/jaw/throat, or restriction in jaw opening (i.e. you cannot open your mouth) – please go to your nearest Hospital Emergency Department.

How to Prevent Dental Emergencies

Naturally, not all dental emergencies can be avoided. There are, however, some steps you can take to help prevent dental emergencies. These include

  • Wearing a professional, custom-fitted (vs. an over-the-counter) mouthguard when playing sport
  • Avoiding using teeth to open packages, bottles or other items
  • Never chewing ice or hard foods such as lollies

Keep Your Routine Visits

One of the best ways to avoid a dental emergency is coming in for your biyearly maintenance visits. By doing so you, you can keep your teeth in optimal health.

Contact Us Today

If you’ve been putting up with discomfort or pain or any other type of dental emergency, we encourage you to contact Fortitude Valley Dentist today.

Free Consultations

Free consultations for all dental treatments and easy payment plans available! Contact us now.

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