Emergency After Hours, Late Night Dentist Sydney
When you have a dental emergency, you need treatment as soon as possible
If you break or lose a tooth in an accident, or if you suddenly develop an unbearable toothache, you need emergency dental treatment.
At Rainbow Dental Practice, we understand how important it is to provide immediate care to treat sudden tooth pain and oral injuries that may occur as a result of accidents. Our emergency dentist services are well-equipped to address serious dental issues that simply cannot wait until regular office hours. We also offer same day appointments during business hours.
We hope you never need emergency dental care, but if you do you can contact us on 02 8021 5285. We are proud to extend our emergency dentistry service whenever you need, after hours or even during weekends.
Accidental tooth injury is not the only reason why you might need emergency dental checkup. Broken dentures, lost fillings or crowns, infected oral injuries, or even certain unbearable toothache due to cavities or abscesses, must be taken care of immediately.
Manage your pain and get back to your life
In an emergency situation, you need to get pain relief as quickly as possible. We understand that you need to be treated fast, so we schedule immediate consultations with emergency patients. After the emergency exam, we will explain what you need to do to alleviate your symptoms. If possible, we will also perform the necessary treatment at the same appointment or provide pain relief options which you can use to you in return for restorative treatment.
Dental Emergency In & Around Sydney? Call us right now!
If you’re suffering from severe pain and need emergency dental care, pick up the phone and call us right away. We have emergency slots that are available every day during normal hours, and even outside business hours. Whether you’re an existing patient or a new one, we will accommodate you as soon as possible. Severe untreated dental pain can lead to complications if not addressed immediately.
If you are in need of emergency dental care, please do not hesitate to contact us on 02 8021 5285,. We’ll have you smiling again in no time!
Frequently Asked Questions
Why do you need a 24 hour emergency dentist?
A toothache does not check with your schedule first before it decides to make an appearance. The pain you feel because of a toothache is one of the worst there is, and that is the reason why you should have access to 24-hour emergency dentist. It would be a terrible thing if you have to suffer from dental discomfort in the middle of the night. Fortunately, we are available 24/7 on the phone and try to see you on the same time, and if it is not possible, we will see you first thing next day morning.
our emergency dental clinic is open 7 days a week.
Who is an emergency dentist?
An emergency dentist is a dental professional who is available to you for all sorts of dental emergencies. Tooth problems can occur any time of the day or the night, and toothaches can be extremely intense. The sort of pain is typically not something that you may be able to bear even for a few hours. It is not a good idea to wait for it to resolve on its own. If you’re suffering from any sort of tooth or gum problems that you need help with immediately, an emergency dentist is someone who can help you.
What are some emergency dental requirements?
There are a few problems that can occur which would warrant a visit to the emergency dentist. Any of the below problems could constitute a dental emergency.
Toothache: A toothache could be caused because of decay or infection of the nerve, wisdom tooth growing out, or gum infection. You may have to undergo root canal treatment or remove the tooth. Even if you feel that the pain is bearable, it is better to consult with your emergency dentist in order to prevent the condition from worsening.
If your teeth get damaged because of some kind of trauma, you will need to get it checked immediately. You may be able to save the tooth even if it is knocked out, but only if you can get to the emergency dental clinic on time. Even if you have to visit the dentist late night or during public holidays, our emergency dentists will always be available to help you.
If you have a tooth filling that has dislodged, or a fractured tooth because you bit down on something hard, you will feel excruciating pain. This constitutes a dental emergency which will need to be attended to as soon as possible.
What is the information you need to provide the emergency dentist?
In order to get the best treatment for your condition, you must necessarily disclose your complete medical history. The information that you need to provide the emergency dentist will include the following:
- What is the nature of the pain? Is it constant and unrelenting, or does it come and go?
- Where exactly do you feel the pain?
- How long have you been suffering from pain?
- What worsens the pain?
- How long does the pain last every time?
Should you be seeing the emergency dentist if you’re pregnant?
There is absolutely no reason why you should visit the emergency dentist if you are pregnant. We do not take any x-rays at all during the first trimester. It is safe for both the mother and the baby to take diagnostic x-rays after this time. If you’re pregnant, the dentist will prescribe only medications that are perfectly safe for your unborn child. If you have a dental problem, you must visit the dentist as soon as possible because it can be risky to leave it untreated especially when you’re pregnant.
Is it safe to visit the emergency dentist if you are breastfeeding?
The emergency dentist will ensure that all medication prescribed are completely safe for your newborn child. So there is absolutely no reason why you should visit the dentist when you are breastfeeding.
What should you do in a dental emergency?
First of all, remain calm. You may be in agonizing pain, but make sure that you or someone else gets in touch with the dentist’s office as soon as possible. If you are unable to speak, you can ask someone to relay the message to the dentist so he or she will be able to give the appropriate instructions on what to do till you get to the clinic. Try and get to the clinic as soon as possible.
What are some tips to deal with dental pain while you get to the clinic?
If you have a toothache, apply cold compress over the area. You may use a toothbrush or dental floss to dislodge any food particles that may be stuck between the teeth. Rinse your mouth with warm water, and take over the counter pain relief medication.
If your tooth got knocked out, gently pick it up by the crown without touching the root. Gently rinse off any dirt using running water, and do not attempt to remove any tissues that may be still attached to the tooth. Place it back into the socket and apply firm pressure to hold it in place. You will need to reinsert the tooth within about an hour after the accident. If the truth cannot be put back in place, put it in a glass of milk and take it to the dentist immediately.