Emergency Dentist Chatswood Residents Can Rely On
There is no telling when you might need an emergency dentist. Chatswood residents will be pleased to know, therefore, that while we are not a 24-hour emergency dentist, we are happy to treat dental emergencies on the same day.
Our friendly caring dentists are experienced in all facets of emergency dental care and leave time each day for those needing the services of an emergency dentist. Whether your tooth has been knocked out, you are suffering from severe toothache, or have a dental abscess, our emergency dentist is here to help get you out of pain.
When to Call an Emergency Dentist
If you are experiencing prolonged discomfort this is your body’s way of telling you that you might need emergency dental care. To wait and hope the discomfort eases is only likely to make matters worse. It could even make treatment more complicated and ultimately, more expensive.
We understand that dental emergencies can occur at any time of the day or night. Whatever the time, call our dental practice and you will be diverted to an emergency dentist in Chatswood NSW who can give you advice over the phone.
Dental emergencies are taken very seriously at Boutique Dental Care and our aim is to ease your discomfort and save your smile.
Emergency Dentist or Hospital?
If your teeth or gums start to cause pain and you haven’t been involved in any physical trauma, this calls for a visit to the emergency dentist. Other situations that require emergency dental care include:
- a dislodged or knocked-out tooth
- a cracked or broken tooth
- facial swelling
- dental abscess
- a loose crown
- a lost filling
If your mouth won’t stop bleeding or you think your jaw may be broken, then it’s best to seek emergency dental care at your local hospital.
It’s important to stay calm when dental emergencies occur. Take a deep breath and call our dental clinic right away on 02 8054 5281. If you are suffering from pain or your child has a dental emergency, our emergency dentist will see you on the same day.
How to prevent emergency dental care
To lessen the risk of needing an emergency dentist, you should brush and floss your teeth twice and day and attend regular bi-annual check-ups. To protect yourself from needing emergency dental care, you or your children should consider wearing a custom mouthguard when playing contact sports.