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Emergency Dentistry

Even in the healthiest teeth and gums, dental emergencies can and do arise. Whether you wake in the night with a painful toothache, or injure your teeth and or gums playing sport, dental emergencies are unpredictable and can be traumatising, especially when they occur out of hours. However, we at Brisbane Dental Studio can give you the peace of mind knowing that we have you covered should the worst occur.


Handling dental emergencies

 

Accidents can happen, and when they affect your teeth, you should get them looked at as soon as possible. Making an emergency appointment at Brisbane Dental Studio is a sensible course of action. That's because our team of experienced dentists will be able to lower the chances of the situation becoming further aggravated with additional complications. Paying us a visit will mean that your recovery time will be briefer and gives a better chance of rectifying things in a quick and efficient manner.


Sometimes, teeth become dislodged from their socket, usually through a hard blow, whether it's during sports or the workplace. An avulsed tooth that is partially attached to its nerves is a real dental emergency, and time is of the essence if it is to be saved. Though it may seem tempting, do not attempt to remove the tooth yourself, and instead head straight to Brisbane Dental Studio.


It's not always blunt trauma that causes dental emergencies. A toothache, for example, should always be examined by a dentist, not only because they can be extremely painful, but because toothache can also be a sign of other underlying causes, such as abscesses. Left untreated, such conditions can become highly complicated, so it's best to nip them in the bud as soon as possible.


How Brisbane Dental Studio can help


If you consider yourself to have an emergency dental situation, please contact us on 07 3862 1702, and we will be delighted to assist you. Our practice has time allocated each day for dental emergencies, and we will examine you as soon as possible. If your dental emergency occurs out of practice hours, please telephone the same number and follow the prompts.
It's important that you try your best not to panic, even if you're in pain. Try taking paracetamol or ibuprofen, if this is an option for you, to help with any discomfort, and attempt not to worry about the situation - chances are, we at Brisbane Dental Studio will be able to put it right.

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