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Immediate Pain Relief With Our Dental Emergency Services

Many problems can arise when it comes to teeth. From cavities to gum disease and other oral issues, your mouth is a complex organ with many moving parts that all need attention.

There will be times when an emergency arises that requires immediate dental care. In these situations, the last thing you want is to have difficulty finding an emergency dentist who can help you right away.

An emergency dentist offers urgent dental care for patients with toothaches, infections, or injuries that require immediate attention. Emergency dentists may also offer extended hours or weekend appointments. 


Smiles in Currambine is proud to provide a full range of dental services, including emergency dentistry. We can assist you whether you have a damaged tooth that requires immediate repair, are in desperate need of a dentist for an emergency wisdom teeth removal, or are suffering from an excruciating toothache.

Our Dental Emergency Services in Currambine

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Why Choose Smiles in Currambine for Emergency Dental Concerns in Currambine, Western Australia

At Smiles in Currambine, we understand that dental emergencies can happen at any time. Our team of qualified and experienced dentists is on hand to provide the relief you or your child needs. We’ll address any pain you’re in straight away, then do what we can to repair any present damage. If necessary, we’ll book you in for a follow-up visit.

Our digital approach to dentistry and state-of-the-art equipment allow for fast and efficient treatment. And with a highly qualified and professional team of dentists, our emergency services have become streamlined in such a way that allows us to effectively address every emergency dental situation as soon as possible for immediate relief. Smiles in Currambine is devoted to providing you with the swift and effective dental care that you need to get your oral health back to normal. We use a dedicated phone line exclusively for dental emergencies to provide our clients with direct access to our emergency services.

Call our team at 0410219077 for an emergency dental appointment in Currambine.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Do you have questions about our dental services? We’re here to help! Check out the
answers to some of our most frequently asked questions or browse through below for more information.

It is essential to have an emergency dentist you can rely on since dental problems will not wait for the right moment to occur. The sooner you receive professional help, the better your chances for treatment and restoration. Below are some of the benefits of having an emergency dentist:

  • Immediate care: Dental emergencies can occur at any time. Emergency dentists can provide immediate assistance with any dental problems that need urgent attention. Immediate treatment could mean the difference between a full recovery and irreversible damage.
  • Pain relief: An emergency dentist can address the pain right away. Even though you may be able to manage it with over-the-counter pain medications, an emergency dentist can determine what needs to be done to relieve the pain and restore your comfort.
  • Prevention of infection: Even though most oral health issues are not life-threatening, they can cause some serious problems if left untreated for a prolonged period. When a tooth decays, an infection can start in your mouth and then spread to other parts of your body, such as your brain, jaw, and neck. Inflammation of the jaw or a toothache should never be ignored for fear of more severe complications.
  • Tooth preservation: Prompt dental care can mean the difference between saving and losing a tooth. A dislodged tooth can be treated without having to pull it out if you seek immediate dental care. If you see your dentist right away, a tooth that has been completely knocked out can also be saved.

Too many people put off necessary dental care. However, dental emergencies are often extremely painful, can land people in the hospital, and can even be life-threatening. Symptoms like sensitivity or toothache usually indicate a problem that will worsen if left untreated. The bacteria in oral infections can be deadly without intervention because they can reach heart tissue or other parts of the body. This can be life-threatening if the infection is accompanied by symptoms such as fever, increased breathing rate, stomach pain, swelling, or dehydration.

An emergency dentist should be consulted as soon as possible in a dental emergency. You can, however, minimise the severity of your dental emergency if you are prepared and know what to do:

  • Knocked-out tooth: A knocked-out tooth should be dealt with immediately to prevent further damage. Submerge your tooth completely in milk or contact solution and store it in a sealed container if you can find it. Please get in touch with one of our emergency dentists right away.
  • Chipped tooth: When you have a chipped tooth, you should store it as if it were a knocked-out tooth and bring the fragment to our clinic within one to two hours. We will attempt to bond the broken piece back to your tooth. If we can’t put it back, you will need a minor dental restoration to prevent sensitivity and cosmetic issues.
  • Abscess: Seek immediate dental care if you think you have an abscess. In the meantime, gargle with warm salt water and apply a cold compress to the affected area. To relieve moderate discomfort, take over-the-counter medication, but refrain from directly applying it to the swollen area. You may need root canal therapy if you have a dental abscess.
  • Bleeding or injured gums: Apply a clean compress for a few minutes until the bleeding stops. Contact us immediately if you are bleeding after undergoing dental surgery or having a tooth removed. Severe bleeding requires immediate medical attention.
  • Lost fillings or crowns: If you lose a filling or crown, it needs to be replaced as soon as possible. Contact your dentist immediately. Do not dispose of the filling as your dentist may be able to reuse it. In certain instances, it’s possible for a dentist to re-cement a dental crown. Use warm salt water to clean the area and remove all food debris. To avoid sensitivity, you can use temporary filling materials from the store. Keep your crowns or fillings in a zip-top bag and bring them with you to our dental clinic as soon as possible.

It is possible for a toothache to go away. This could be the result of the tooth dying. There is no reason to believe that temporary tooth pain relief will solve your problem. Bacteria will continue to grow over time. Even if your toothache subsides, you should still see an emergency dentist as soon as possible to determine the exact cause of your pain and receive the necessary restorative treatment.

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Schedule Your Appointment With Us Today

Our dentists in Currambine make every effort to accommodate the scheduling needs of your family. From offering evening hours to weekend appointment times, we are sure to have something that works for your busy routine.

If you are in pain or have any other dental emergency, please call us right away so we can try to book you in as soon as possible.

Your Safety Is Our Top Priority!

We would like to take some time to let you know that we always follow strict universal infection control standards, and patient safety and the safety of our team is our priority.

The risk of exposure to the virus in our dental surgery is extremely low. We are an accredited dental practice and maintain the highest quality of care and standards at all times irrespective of any outbreaks such as Coronavirus.

We sterilise our instruments and disinfect all clinical and reception areas after each patient to prevent any risk of cross-contamination. Our staff are fully trained and certified to do this to the highest standards.

What Specifically Are We Doing at Our Practice to Protect Patients?

Our strict protocol includes our receptionists establishing in advance if patients:

  • Have any symptoms including fever/history of fever and shortness of breath or a cough or a sore throat.
  • They have travelled overseas or interstate in the last 2 weeks.
  • Been in close contact with anyone who has had confirmed Coronavirus (COVID-19) or who has been in a health facility treating them.
  • Visited any exposure sites or high risk area as per Healthy WA

We would like to ask patients who have travelled to high-risk zones and exposure sites within the last 2 weeks to postpone non-urgent general dental treatment, if in doubt please call us on 9305 4888.

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