Emergency Dentist in Palm Beach

If you are looking for an emergency dentist in palm beach, you’re in the right place.

Whether you’ve had severe toothache keep you up through the night or you or your child have injured your teeth in a sporting misadventure, we can help you. Our dentists are equipped to handle a variety of dental emergencies and ensure you receive the treatment you need, quickly.

Being faced with a dental emergency can be nerve-wracking. Our dental team understands this and does everything they can to put your mind at ease and keep you comfortable and relaxed.

In a dental emergency, time is of the essence. So, don’t wait! Call our dental practice immediately and let us know you have a dental emergency at hand. We will endeavour to book you in as quickly as we can so we can get you or the one you love pain-free and smiling once again.

Common Dental Emergencies

Most people don’t consider what they would do in the case of a dental emergency until they are faced with one. Unfortunately, there may come a time when you or your child need emergency dental care. It’s essential to know what dental issues are considered an emergency, and what to do if you experience one.

As your emergency dentist in Palm Beach, we’re well versed when it comes to dealing with patients requiring urgent dental care. Below are some of the common dental issues that need the attention of one of our emergency dentists:

Any of the above mentioned dental issues constitute a dental emergency. If you are experiencing one or more of the above, you need to seek dental care as soon as possible. If you’re not sure if you’re experiencing a dental emergency or if it’s an issue that can wait – call us anyways for professional advice you can count on.

First Aid For Common Dental Emergencies

When you experience a dental emergency, whether as a first responder or victim, it may be necessary to administer some basic dental first aid before seeking emergency dental care.
The below course of action is only needed if an adult tooth has been lost.

Gently clean the tooth
You must try not to damage the tooth roots whilst cleaning it, so be sure to only hold it by its crown (the top part). Don’t scrape, rub or place the tooth under running water. Rather, rinse the whole tooth in saliva, milk, or very quickly in a container of water.

Try to place the tooth back in its socket
As quickly as you can, place the tooth back in its socket. Placing the tooth back in its socket is time-critical, so try to not leave it out of your mouth for more than 5 minutes. Gently bite down on a piece of gauze or cloth placed over your tooth to help keep it in place.

Seek emergency dental care right away
Time is critical in saving your tooth. Give us a call immediately for emergency dentistry on (07) 5534 1011.
A chipped, cracked tooth or a chipped, cracked or lost tooth restoration needs prompt, if not urgent, dental attention. To reduce damage to your tongue or cheeks from sharp edges as a result of damage, you can pack your tooth with gum until you can get to your dentist.

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