Emergency Dentists

Emergency Dentist

Do you require immediate attention?

We make every effort to see patients in pain or discomfort as soon as possible, providing diagnoses and emergency treatment to help you feel more comfortable. If further restorative treatment is required, this will be carried out during subsequent visits. Our emergency dentists newcastle can help you with:

Fractured or chipped teeth

Children’s emergency dental

Tooth ache or discomfort

Sporting injury

Dental infections

Tooth being knock out

Denture or filling repair

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Emergency Dental Information

When to seek emergency dental care?

In most cases, it’s better to be safe than sorry. Trying to ‘tough it out’ is never a good decision; often if you’re having dental issues, it won’t go away by itself. If let unattended your dental emergency can get worse, potentially costing you more in the long run.

The best option is to play it safe and book an appointment today.

Cost of emergency dental

The cost of your appointment with vary based on your situation. At Newcastle City Dental we will discuss the expected costs involved with restorative treatment and treatment plans.

Pain, Swelling, & Discomfort

If you have dental pain or discomfort that is accompanied by facial swelling, a fever or a general sense of feeling unwell then please contact us without delay. A severe dental infection requires immediate treatment as otherwise it could affect your general health.

Fractured or Knocked Out Tooth

A fractured tooth needs emergency dental care because this can expose the tooth pulp, leaving it open to infection and it may also feel very sensitive or painful. With emergency dental care we can restore the tooth. You should also come and see us straightaway if you knock out a tooth. Sometimes it is possible to reinsert it, but this procedure is generally more successful if performed within an hour of the accident.

Children's Knock Out Tooth

If a child knocks out a primary tooth then please don’t try to reinsert it as this could damage the adult tooth underneath. Instead, bring them into see us as soon as you can so we can more fully assess their mouth.

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Suite 1, 7-9 Watt St, Newcastle NSW 2300

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