Emergency Dental Services at Paralowie’s Professional Practice

 

If you require an emergency dentist for any reason, then you can contact our team at Paralowie Dental Service at any time. Whether it’s an unbearable toothache, a broken tooth or anything else, if it’s a genuine emergency, then we advise getting in touch as soon as possible. 

Left untended, dental issues can grow into more painful, serious and costly problems, so it’s always best to seek help immediately. For instance, if a tooth is knocked out during sport but you feel no pain at the time, you should still contact us at once to ensure the best outcome for your oral health. Whatever you need, our dedicated team of dentists is always on hand.

Mouth injuries or infections require quick treatment to prevent further pain and damage. While pain is always an indicator that you need to contact your dentist right away, there are other symptoms and situations that warrant an emergency visit. Contact the emergency dentist at Paralowie Dental Service in Adelaide to protect your beautiful smile.

Fast Care for Knocked-Out and Cracked Teeth

Sports injuries, auto accidents and simple slip-and-fall accidents can all lead to a fractured or knocked-out tooth.

For a knocked-out tooth, rinse the tooth in water (if completely knocked out) and try to reposition the tooth into the socket.

If you’re not able to reposition the tooth, keep it moist in milk or water while you travel to the dentist. This step preserves your tooth so it can stay healthy and have a better chance of surviving the repositioning.

At Paralowie Dental Service, our dentists have over a decade of experience in treating sports injuries, and they can replace your tooth with a bridge, implant or a removable appliance if it cannot be restored.

Quick Relief for Severe Toothaches

Healthy teeth should never hurt, so when you experience extreme tooth pain, Paralowie Dental Service in Adelaide can provide emergency dental care that relieves your suffering.

Extreme tooth pain could mean you have a severe infection, a cracked tooth or another dental condition. Emergency dental care can often relieve this pain and keep your teeth healthy.

Gentle Care for Soft Tissue Trauma

Dentists do not just take care of teeth. They also provide treatment for the soft tissues in your mouth such as the cheeks and lips. A severe laceration to these areas is also considered an emergency. If severe bleeding is present, rinse your mouth with warm, salty water and apply gentle pressure with a sterile piece of gauze as you drive to our dental office.

Dental emergencies are often frightening, but seeking help immediately gives you the best chance for a quick, positive recovery. Give us a call at the first sign of an emergency so that we can provide prompt treatment.