Dental emergencies can occur at any time, to anyone, and they’re almost always unexpected. With a lot of dental issues, time is of the essence; the faster the problem is attended to, the better the outcome (and the less time you’re in pain or discomfort). Don’t allow a sudden toothache to ruin your day, weekend or an upcoming holiday; contact the friendly and professional team at Walloon Dental to receive emergency dental care.
What Does an Emergency Dental Treatment Involve?
As soon as you arrive at Walloon Dental Surgery for your emergency dental appointment, you’ll be greeted by the dentists and we’ll ask you about your dental issue. You’ll then be told exactly what the problem is and what can be done to amend it. If multiple treatments are possible, you’ll be taken through them and their associated costs. Then, together, we’ll make a decision on the best treatment to relieve you of pain as quickly as possible.
If You Need an Emergency Dentist, Don’t Hesitate to Contact Us on 07 3067 7990 or Book in With Us Online (Available 24/7)
We understand fully that time is a priority when you are in pain or discomfort from emergency dental problems. Whether you are 7 or 70, the team at Walloon Dental is ready and waiting to provide you with the best care and quick treatment, 6 days a week.
If You Have a Tooth Knocked Out, Here’s What You Need to Know.
A tooth avulsion, or knocked-out tooth, can happen very easily when playing contact sport. Mouthguards are the best preventative option, and are responsible for reducing the number of tooth avulsions drastically. When you participate in contact sport or any activity that may involve facial contact, we strongly advise the use of properly fitted mouthguards, whether you’re a professional or amateur.
Follow these steps if you experience a knocked-out tooth.
- Try not to panic and quickly find the tooth.
- With milk or a saline solution, carefully clean the tooth, making sure not to scrub it or make contact with the root end.
- If possible, put the tooth back in. Look at your other teeth for guidance on how to position it, then place it in the cavity and push down firmly to put it back in place.
- If this isn’t possible, keep the tooth in milk or a saline solution or in your mouth up against your cheek. The goal is to keep the cells in the root alive until the tooth can be successfully reunited with its cavity.
- Whether you’ve managed to get the tooth back in or not, make an emergency dental appointment with us as soon as possible.
Walloon Dental Surgery
We are your local, affordable and friendly family dental team.
At Walloon Dental Surgery we have made a commitment to serve the oral health needs of the local community and our surgeries are equipped with the latest interactive and state of the art dental technologies. Combined with our dental teams’ expertise, we will strive to understand your concerns and to exceed your expectations at every visit. We believe it is this personalized care and attention, combined with great skill, which will provide you with a healthy mouth and a winning smile.
We have opened to serve the surrounding communities of:
Easy Payment Options
Did you know we have flexible payment options available? You can pay for your weekday and Saturday dental treatment with Zip, Afterpay or National Dental Plan. Dental treatments are important to your overall health, and it’s best to get that toothache sorted as soon as possible. With Zip, Afterpay and National Dental Plan, the benefits include: