Emergency Treatment – The Dental Room
Emergency Treatment 2018-06-18T03:28:11+00:00

Emergency Dentist Service

Dental emergencies can happen at any time of the day or night and apart from being painful, figuring out how to fix a broken or knocked-out tooth as soon as possible can be worrying.

Impacts caused from falls, accidents or simply chewing something hard cause a tooth to break, fall out or crowns or fillings to become damaged and finding a dentist within 24 hours is important to save your teeth and gums from further injury. The Dental Room offers a reliable and compassionate emergency dental services in Melbourne to accomodate dental emergencies on the day you call.

In case of an emergency, please call 000 or visit your local hospital immediately. 

When to Call Emergency Dental Services

A tooth out of its socket means you might need to seek emergency medical advice immediately at your local hospital. Please call 000 and the emergency operator will instruct you on how to handle the tooth until you arrive at the clinic.

Broken, cracked, or loosened teeth also call for immediate dental treatment. And the sooner you get a dentist to assess the situation, the more likely it is that the tooth can be saved. Although lost fillings, crowns and chipped teeth don’t always pose any threat to the tooth, they often cause significant pain and discomfort. If left untreated, the pain may only get worse. We can provide temporary replacements for damaged dental restorations to ensure you aren’t in pain while crafting a permanent replacement.

The Dental Room gives priority to clients with dental emergencies during regular business hours. You never know when a dental emergency will happen. Make sure you get the experienced, understanding care you need when a dental emergency happens to you because fast care could mean the difference in saving your tooth or saving you from the pain of an untreated dental problem.

Disclaimer: Results may vary between individuals. Any dental procedure carries risks and benefits. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified practitioner.

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