Urgent dental help after clinic hours? Count on us!

Dental emergencies can be a hassle and a burden when regular dental clinics are all closed. Worry no more! That is what we are here for!


After Hours Service

Postponing your dental appointment because of work overtime? Just call Emergency Dentist Perth and we will schedule you for an after-hours service because we know that caring for your teeth should not be set aside.


Dental Emergency

Having the worst toothache after dinner? You don’t have to endure the pain till tomorrow morning! Contact Emergency Dentist Perth immediately so we could attend to your dental needs as soon as possible.


How much would it cost?

We know that the cost of dental services is one consideration when choosing your dental health partner. Contact Emergency Dentist Perth and we will discuss with you our payment options so that it would be easier for you to avail of our services.

What are considered Dental Emergencies?

Dental emergencies may be anything from a cracked tooth to a lost tooth. The following are just some of the most common dental emergencies in Australia at needed urgent care.

  • A toothache, persistent or sudden
  • Broken, cracked, or chipped tooth
  • Fractured tooth or jawbone
  • Broken dental appliances (denture, bridge, dental implant, etc.)
  • Lost filling or dental crown
  • Infection (swelling, bleeding, the presence of pus)
  • Third molar or ‘wisdom tooth’ impaction pain
  • Knocked-out tooth, partial or complete

Contact Emergency Dentist Perth if you experience any of these.

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Health Insurance Coverage

Thinking of dental service expenses can be a burden. Emergency Dentist Perth is in partnership with major health insurance providers to help you achieve great teeth. Contact our Perth clinic and we will be happy to discuss these with you.

Children’s Dental Emergency

Kids can be hyperactive and curious about almost anything. Their uncontrolled movements may be cause for accidents and lead to tooth damage. Emergency Dentist Perth has dentists who are trained to handle dental emergencies for kids so that they may not be overwhelmed and their safety is not compromised.

Dental emergency appointment

Once a dental emergency happens, you need to call the nearest dental emergency clinic for an appointment. This would ensure that a dentist from Emergency Dentist Perth will be available to handle the situation once you arrived at the clinic. There are also emergency dentists in Perth who are accredited in private hospitals to handle your dental emergency.

About Us

Our emergency dentist in Perth can help you through unforeseen dental accidents, such as a knocked out or fractured tooth or sudden toothache. For Emergency Dentist Perth, seeking urgent care is always best when it comes to dental issues so that we can quickly determine the cause and severity of the damage and think of a way or a dental procedure to fix it.

Dental emergency Prevention

It is a known fact that accidents can happen even to the most careful ones. But the possibility of having a dental emergency may be minimized and prevented by following these steps provided by Emergency Dentist Perth:

  • Dental history should be fully explored during dental check-ups. This will enable you and your dentist to know your dental profile and address damage early on to prevent dental emergencies.
  • Regular dental visits and teeth cleaning allow your dentist to monitor your oral health.
  • Regularly (and correctly!) brush and floss your teeth.
  • When engaging in physical activities such as contact sports, wear a fitted mouth guard to protect your teeth from trauma or pressure.

What to do during a Dental emergency

Mild to severe pain in the tooth may be caused by several factors and may mean damage or infection in your oral cavity. You may gargle or rinse your mouth with warm water and floss the sides of the teeth so that food particles that may cause the pain may be removed. Contact your nearest emergency dentist in Perth to address your problem immediately if the pain persists. Calling Emergency Dentist Perth immediately certainly would help.
Knocked-out Tooth

Trauma or extreme force makes your tooth to be knocked partially or completely. It is important not to touch the root of the tooth as much as possible. Whether your tooth has been completely or partially knocked out, try to place it back into the socket, but don’t force it if it won’t. If it is completely removed, place the tooth in a clean container with milk and contact Emergency Dentist Perth ASAP. The sooner your tooth gets re-positioned, the higher the chances of reviving the tooth from getting knocked out.

Fractured or Chipped Tooth

A broken tooth may be less of an emergency than having your tooth knocked out, but it may sometimes need urgent care as well. When you cracked your tooth, you may apply cold compress on your face to reduce the swelling. Avoid consuming cold or hot drinks and sticky food to avoid further damage to the tooth. If you have saved the chipped parts of your tooth, bring it to your dental appointment at Emergency Dentist Perth as the dentist may still use it in reconstructing your tooth.

Bitten Tongue or Lip
Biting your lip or tongue occasionally has been experienced by everyone. You can press down on your tongue with a clean cloth or cotton ball and apply compress on your lip if the area is bleeding. However, if the area continues to bleed or part of the tongue has been severed, seek emergency attention as soon as possible. Contact Emergency Dentist Perth immediately.
Lost Filling or Crown
Avoid exposure of your tooth from hot or cold drinks or food as they may be very sensitive to extreme temperatures. No food particles should also touch the affected tooth as they may be vulnerable to decay.

When you lose a dental crown, apply clove oil on the tooth with a cotton bud or swab. This can help in relieving the pain. If you still have the crown and you have dental cement at home, you can coat the inside of the crown with that or petroleum jelly or denture glue/paste to secure it in place temporarily while waiting for your dental emergency schedule.

For lost dental filling, you can put a sugar-free gum on the hole, or dental cement to seal the tooth surface. This may temporarily protect your damaged tooth until you are able to see your dentist at Emergency Dentist Perth.

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