Needing emergency dental care can be a traumatic experience; whether you have severe pain in the mouth or a tooth has been knocked out, you no doubt want to address the issue as soon as possible, as delaying your appointment can make the situation worse.
At Marsfield Dental Clinic, we can make priority appointments for those that need it, to ensure we diagnose and treat the problem as soon as possible. We’ll make sure to minimise the pain and make you comfortable throughout and after the treatment. But how do you know if you need an emergency dentist appointment or just a regular booking?
If you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms, it’s in your best interest to book a dentist appointment straight away:
If you think you need an emergency appointment, we ask that you first call the clinic to discuss your symptoms. We will ask you some questions about your condition, the level of pain and if there was an injury that caused the problem. If we determine you need an emergency appointment, we’ll schedule a time based on the severity of your case.
During the appointment, the dentist will carry out a thorough examination including an X-ray to diagnose the root of the problem and assess what needs to be done. They’ll also strive to reduce or eliminate the pain. The most pressing issues will be treated at the emergency appointment, and an additional appointment may be made for anything else.
First of all – try not to panic. While you wait for your appointment, we recommend taking the following steps:
Please don’t hesitate to call our clinic on (02) 9887 1961 if you have any of the above symptoms – or you just need peace-of-mind about your oral health.
"The information in this website may be simplified in nature and does not replace professional advice. Risks and consequences may apply to any treatment. Always seek a second opinion when considering complex treatment. A referral to a specialist may be required in certain situations. Quotations can only be given after proper clinical assessment and so pricing details cannot be given over the phone."
COVID 19 Update - Oct 2021
All our members of staff - Dentists and supporting assistants - are fully vaccinated. We are a COVID-safe practice and we are open for all general dental treatment needs and services.