EMERGENCY DENTIST IN MANDURAH
Dental Emergency means different things to different people. Most often it involves pain, but not always. For example, who would deny that a crown falling off a front tooth the day before a wedding was not an emergency.
Dental Emergencies often don’t happen at convenient times. But Peel Dental Studio in Mandurah is here to help you resolve your pain with comprehensive care designed to your needs. Whether you have a toothache, oral injury, or broken teeth. you can contact us.
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TYPES OF DENTAL EMERGENCIES
- Abscesses or infections
- Tooth Trauma and Accidents
- Cracked tooth, chipped tooth or broken teeth
- Lost or loose fillings, crowns,veneers or bridges
- Jaw Pain
URGENT DENTAL CARE IN MANDURAH
If you have a dental emergency, seeking urgent dental care is essential for your comfort. Not getting proper treatment can result in potential tooth loss or further deterioration. Proper emergency dental services will help you avoid complications from injury or infection.
Please contact our office at 08 9535 4900.
We understand that a missing tooth or extreme toothache can’t wait. Our friendly and professional dental staff can provide immediate care to your urgent dental needs.
Emergency Dentistry FAQs
The timing of this obviously depends on the problem itself. Please contact our professional team at 08 9535 4900 as soon as you can so we can attend to your Dental Emergency.
Pain relief can help mask the problem, but rarely helps resolve it, In saying that.
Anti-inflammatory pain killers tend to work best, although these in combination with paracetamol can have greater effect. The best management, however, is advice and treatment from your local Mandurah dentist such as Peel Dental Studio
Some treatments can be a bit uncomfortable especially to someone with Dental Anxiety, however the long term effects of dental problems far outweigh this.
Urgent Dental Emergencies should be dealt with right away! Call us immediately at 08 9535 4900 if you experience any of the following problems.
- Bleeding Gums that will not stop
- A loose or knocked out tooth
- Injured Jaw
- Painful Swelling
- Painful Toothache that will not subside
- Swollen Cheeks
- Extreme Tooth Sensitivity
If you are experiencing this outside of business hours contact our after hours number so we can attend to your dental emergency as soon as possible.
Examples of Non-Urgent Dental Emergencies
- Lost Filling, Crown, or Bridge
- Broken or Cracked Tooth ( Unless it’s causing you severe pain)
- Broken or Damaged Retainer or Night Guard
- Food lodged between teeth
- Small chip in tooth
- Mild tooth sensitivity
Losing a filling or crown can be unexpected, and certainly alarming. This can happen for a number of reasons such as when, over time, chewing hard foods loosens the filling or saliva breaks down the bonding or because of a tooth decay.
You must take certain steps to protect the tooth because food can get into holes in your teeth and can cause tooth decay.
After removing the broken, or damaged crown call our team as soon as you can.
A chipped tooth isn’t usually a problem if your child isn’t in any pain. But make sure you speak to our dental team to check if it has cracked or has become damaged in a way that you can’t see.
If you child’s tooth has been knocked out, and you have found the tooth, place the tooth on a glass of milk and call your dentist as soon as possible.
If you child’s gum start to bleed, pack them with a piece of wet gaze and hold pressure for a few minutes, or until the bleeding stops. You can also give them a frozen tube of yoghurt or sugar-free ice lolly to take your child’s mind off the pain.
Throbbing pain is usually a sign that you might have a tooth damage. It can also happen if there is an infection in the tooth or in the gums surrounding it.
Other Symptoms of toothache can include:
- constant dull ache
- sharp pain when you bite
- pain when you eat something sweet
- sensitive or tingly teeth
- pain or tenderness in the mouth
- pain or aching in the jaw
- mouth or gum swelling
- bad taste in the mouth
- a bad smell in the mouth
- pus or white fluid
See our Professional Mandurah Dental Team immediately if you have any signs or symptoms. You will likely need a dental exam and an X-ray to find out what’s causing the tooth pain.
One of the most common complaints we hear from patients during their dental checkup is that they’re experiencing sudden tooth sensitivity. Have you ever been eating or drinking something and felt a sudden sharp pain in one of your teeth out of nowhere? This happens to a lot of people and it often happens without warning. The pain is sharp, sudden, and surprising which can leave people wondering what is going on to cause this sensitivity.
Tooth sensitivity is quite common and approximately 1 in 8 people experiencing it
Here are some of the most common reasons of Sudden Sensitive Teeth:
- Brushing Too Hard or using a hard-bristled Toothbrush
- Acidic Foods & Drinks
- Teeth Grinding
- Gum Disease
- Long-Term Mouthwash use
If you are experiencing tooth sensitivity and you’re left wondering “why are my teeth sensitive all of a sudden?”
Book an appointment with us so we can find the root of the problem and provide relief.