Emergency Dentist Ellenbrook - After Hours Appointment
Urgent Dental Care Team
Meet Perth & Ellenbrook’s leading emegency dentist.
Each year we help over 800 after-hours emergency dental patients.
It’s no wonder Ellenbrook’s locals trust us with their dental concerns.
We can help you through unexpected difficulties, such as a knocked out or broken tooth or sudden tooth pain even after hours.
Seeking immediate care is always best when it comes to dental issues so that we can quickly determine the cause and think of a strategy to fix it.
Here are some common dental emergencies and tips on what to do until you can get to our emergency dentist Ellenbrook service.
- Toothache: Rinse the mouth out with warm water and floss the area to remove any debris. If pain persists, contact our emergency dentist immediately or book an appointment.
- Knocked out tooth: Book an appointment to see our emergency dentist, the sooner a knocked out tooth is re-implanted the more likely it is to embed itself back into the gum.
- Gum abscess and swelling: Contact our after hour emergency dentist immediately. We will be able to prescribe some pain relief and or antibiotics to settle the infection, and devise a treatment plan once the area has been assessed.
- Broken Tooth: Any obvious damage to a tooth should be treated as soon as possible. Chips or fractures can affect the living tissue inside the tooth, causing problems in the future. Our emergency dentists can prevent the damage from getting worse.
- Wisdom tooth pain: Apply an ice pack to the outside of the face to reduce swelling for just 20 minutes. Repeat as required. Additionally, you can rinse your mouth out with warm salty water every 2 to 3 hours.
WHY CHOOSE US
Join hundreds of patients choosing us each month
for their emergency dental problems.
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Quick Emergency Dental Fix
We help with emergency dental problems
Competitive prices compared to the WA average
Open Late for Dental Emergencies
We can help with complex dental cases
Your Emergency Dental Concerns Matter
At Coolamon Dental Centre we pride ourselves in addressing your dental worries and making you comfortable, always.
If you experience pain in your mouth or toothache and have gone to the trouble of searching for an after-hours or emergency dentist you are likely in a lot of pain. If this is the case, you should book or call now and speak to us. If the pain you are experiencing has come on suddenly and is not subsiding, this is a good indication that you require emergency dental treatment.
How long does the procedure take?
Depending on whether how many impacted teeth you have that needs to be removed. Most cases,. it should be a fast dental emergency treatment.
Whatever the reason for your dental emergency we are available to help you with your problem, even after hours and on Sundays.
Make an educated decision
You may have broken a tooth or fixture as a result of an accident or sporting injury and may require emergency cosmetic dentistry. If so, speak to our friendly staff to consult with us over the phone. Ignoring dental pain can cause serious long term damage.
Why Call Emergency Dentist As Soon As Possible?
What to do if you have a tooth abscess – root infection
If you’re experiencing extreme pain in your teeth to hot or cold temperatures and when biting down, you might have a tooth abscess. This is an emergency and you should seek dental advice as soon as possible.
If you’re in extreme pain from hot or warm food and drink, try drinking or sipping ice water – it can help relieve the pain.
If you’re experiencing sensitivity to cold or it’s painful to breathe in air, avoid cold foods and beverages and breathe through your nose.
Dental Emergency Questions
Answered BY DR. KENT
If you’re not sure whether or not the pain or toothache you’re experiencing is a dental emergency, ask yourself these quick questions:
- Are you bleeding from the mouth or teeth and will it not stop?
- Have you been hit in the face or mouth and do you have any loose, chipped or cracked teeth?
- Do you have any swelling in the mouth or lower face?
- Do you have any bulges or swollen gums?
- Are you in severe pain?
- Hold the tooth by the crown and lightly place back into position using the other teeth as a guide.
- Get the person to gently bite on a soft cloth to hold the tooth in place.
- Once in position, if it’s very loose, fold a small piece of aluminum foil over the area to help keep the tooth in place or if the person has a mouthguard, place this into their mouth to stabilise the tooth.
- Traumatic: The following problems require urgent attention by a dentist or a hospital’s Emergency Department: Tooth knocked out. …
- Nontraumatic tooth problems. Toothache or tooth pain: You may have a cavity or dental abscess (pocket of infection) in or around a tooth.
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