Emergency Dentist Perth
We can help you or your loved ones in an emergency situation.
An Emergency Dentist Perth Families Rely Upon
At HBA Dental, we understand that emergencies can be unpleasant experiences. To deliver assistance as soon as possible, we have multiple dentists at your service. We can help you or loved ones in an emergency situation, such as:
Dental trauma or sporting accidents
Fractured or cracked teeth
Cracked or broken dental fillings or crowns
Pain from erupting wisdom teeth
Root canal treatment for infected or abscessed teeth
If you face any of these dental emergencies, give us a call on (08) 9244 1382 or email us at email@example.com during our surgery hours. Our patients are provided with their dentist's after hours contact details, so they are able to call and get some first aid guidance outside of surgery hours.
Staying Calm During Accidental Tooth Loss
When you lose a tooth, make sure you keep it safe. Hold it from the crown (top) and protect the tissues at the root. Rinse in milk or saliva (not water) and replant the tooth back into the socket. If you are unable to place the tooth in the socket, just keep the tooth moist in milk or saliva. Time is of the essence so get in touch with a dentist at HBA, as soon as you can.
If your tooth is simply chipped or cracked, rinse your mouth with warm water and use an ice pack to give cold compressions if there is any swelling. Give us a call and get access to an emergency dentist Perth families can trust.
A Smooth Way To Handle Lost Crown or Filling
If a cavity develops underneath a filling or dental crown, it can cause the filling or crown to fall off. This potentially exposes the dentine or pulp (nerve) of the tooth, causing sharp sensitivity to hot and cold, and tooth pain. In a situation where a crown has come away from the tooth, please bring it in to your appointment. If you are looking for an emergency dentist in Perth, call us to organise a new filling or crown quickly and easily.
Emergency Dentist in Perth For Toothache Relief
Tooth decay (cavities), gum infections (periodontal disease) and cracked teeth are the biggest causes of toothaches. Although preventative dentistry and careful habits can fight it, you still might develop a toothache at anytime. Depending on the severity of the pain, you can choose the right time to visit us.
All emergency patients receive the utmost care, comfort, and warmth from the dental experts at HBA. We can also offer sedation for patients who are particularly anxious about dental treatment.