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Dental Emergency

You never know when an emergency is going to happen.

That is why Complete Family Dental offers comprehensive dental care 6 days of the week. We continue to expand our hours so that we can take care of you no matter when your injury occurs. Trust our team to have you covered in any emergency.

Same-Day Urgent Appointments

When an injury happens, you have to act fast. Same-day appointments are available for severe situations so that every patient can feel safe and taken care of by our experienced team. We have you covered on any emergency cases like teeth extractions, root canal treatments, injuries, or toothaches.

Our process is simple and stress free involving the following:

  1. Assess the situation. We’ll begin with an examination to see what we are working with. At this point, we will officially diagnose the issue at hand and make you aware of all of the options available for your care.
  2. Schedule a treatment. Once you decide on how you’d like to proceed, we can either treat you in-office that day or book a series of appointments required to finish the treatment.
  3. Collect payment. Payment can be difficult, especially in an unforeseen emergency. At Complete Family Dental, we understand this. That is why we offer several payment options to all of our patients. No one should have to forego essential care because of the price tag.

Book your appointment online today to schedule your emergency dental appointment and be seen by our experienced dental team.

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What To Do In a Dental Emergency?

Chipped or Cracked Teeth

What to do?

  1. Rinse the area with lukewarm water and clear debris, etc.
  2. Locate all of the parts of your tooth and rinse and store these parts in milk or saliva. They need to remain moist until you can see us. They can also be wrapped up in a wet cloth.
  3. Place a cold compress on the cheek to reduce swelling.
  4. Use a cloth to cease bleeding.
  5. Book your same-day appointment online and bring all parts of the teeth when you come.

What not to do?

  1. Do not use tissues to stop the bleeding.
  2. Do not use heat on the injured area or teeth.

Adult Teeth Have Been Knocked Out

What to do?

  1. This injury requires immediate treatment. It is important to visit our office within the first 30 minutes to one hour following the injury, so call immediately.
  2. Handle teeth by the crown and rinse it with milk or the patient’s saliva.
  3. Keep the tooth moist by submerging in milk or saliva until you get to us. You can also wrap in plastic wrap if milk or the patient’s saliva is not possible to obtain.
  4. Place a cold compress on the cheek to decrease swelling.
  5. Take pain relief medication if necessary. Carefully read instructions and be sure that the patient is safe to take medicine.
  6. Use a cloth to stop any bleeding.
  7. Book your appointment with us online and come see us as soon as possible with the tooth that was knocked out.

What not to do?

  1. Do not scrub or handle the tooth by the root.
  2. Do not store the tooth in water.
  3. Do not use heat on your injury or the teeth.
  4. Do not place pain relief tablets onto your injured tooth socket.
  5. Do not use tissues to stop the bleeding.

Book an Appointment Today!

Have a dental injury that needs to be treated immediately? Call us today at 02 9626 2033.