Emergency Dental Services
At Aurora Smiles Dental Care, we are committed to keeping your teeth healthy and providing you with a beautiful smile. Dental emergencies can arise at any moment and often when you least expect it to. This is why we make sure to address these situations as quickly as possible before they worsen.
Our office is conveniently located in the heart of West Perth and offers a comprehensive list of emergency dental services. For all dental emergencies contact us immediately for the proper attention.
Our highly skilled and knowledgeable dentists see new and existing patients. Your safety and comfort are important to us, which is why we make it a top priority to see you on the same day. Our dentist can relieve you of any discomfort you may feel by performing the necessary dental work to successfully restore your smile.
We set aside specifically allocated time slots for emergency dental procedures. This ensures we can see you as quickly as possible to alleviate your discomfort and address your needs. If you have a dental emergency, please do not hesitate to contact us right away.
We offer solutions for a wide range of urgent dental problems. The most common ones we treat are listed here:
- Toothaches or sore mouth
- Chipped, cracked or broken teeth
- Lost fillings or dental crowns
- Wisdom tooth pain
- Tooth or root abscess
- Loose or knocked out teeth
- Chipped, cracked or broken dentures
- Broken braces or wires
- Bleeding mouth or gums
- Injuries to the tongue, cheeks, lips or gums
- Sore or possibly broken jaw
- Cracked or chipped enamel
- Objects caught between the teeth
If you have any of the problems listed above or any other dental problems, contact Aurora Smiles Dental Care immediately for attention. The sooner you come in to see us, the sooner we can relieve your pain and restore your teeth to its original condition.
Whenever a dental emergency occurs, immediate action is necessary otherwise the problem could worsen. Reacting to the issue quickly gives you the best chance of keeping your mouth healthy and your teeth intact. Even waiting just an hour or a few minutes longer can mean the difference between losing or saving a tooth.
Injuries that seem small and superficial can still affect the living tissues inside the teeth, which may cause more dental problems in the near future. This is true even if you are not experiencing much pain now, so do not wait any longer to seek proper attention for mouth injuries or other dental issues.
A slight nuisance or small issue can sometimes be caused by a larger and more serious dental problem. This is why these signs should never be taken lightly and also why potential issues need to be addressed as soon as possible for immediate treatment.
How to Properly Handle a Dental Emergency
If you are facing a dental emergency, it is important to come to an emergency dentist in Perth as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the more you put your health in danger. Additionally, even if you do not feel pain initially, what starts out as a seemingly small emergency can quickly become extremely painful. Here are some useful tips if you find yourself in this situation:
Broken or Chipped Tooth: If you find any pieces or fragments, be sure to save them. Additionally, if bleeding is present, then apply gauze to the area to minimise or stop the flow of blood. Do not try to eat anything as this can lead to further chipping or breaking of the tooth.
Lost Filling or Crown: This can be a very serious and painful problem, so call an emergency dental office immediately. Do not throw away the filling or the crown. Saving them can allow the dentist to put it back in. Even if the dentist has to make you a new filling or crown, having the broken one can help the dentist understand why it failed in the first place.
Injuries to the Soft Tissue: If your gums, cheeks, tongue or lips become injured, you need to control any bleeding by applying a wet gauze to the area. Apply pressure with the gauze for 15 to 20 minutes. Rinse your mouth out with a mixture of warm water and a small amount of salt. This will help healing, pain relief, and minimise the risk of infection.
Toothaches: These are probably the most common dental emergency, but they still need to be treated seriously. Rinsing the mouth with warm water can help, as can applying a cold compress to any swollen areas. If you see food lodged in your teeth, be sure to gently remove it with dental floss.
If you are experiencing any dental emergencies, please contact Aurora Smiles Dental Care immediately so that we can address the issue in an efficient manner. Our experienced emergency dentists in Perth will always assess the emergency and discuss the best treatment options that are available to you.