Dentalcare of Forrestfield
Experienced and Gentle Dentists, and State-of-the-Art Dental Clinic
Dentalcare of Forrestfield has emergency dentists who have several years of experience attending to different forms of dental emergencies. They are gentle and compassionate and will ensure you are comfortable during your treatment. We also have a state-of-the-art dental clinic equipped with the latest technology to ensure you get relief when you need it most.
We Accept Popular Payment Plan Options and All Health Fund Providers
We recognise that dental emergencies can be unexpected and sometimes costly. That’s why we accept popular payment plan options so you can focus on getting the treatment you need without worrying about the cost. We also accept all health fund providers so you can get the most out of your insurance coverage.
We Offer Sedation Options for Anxious Patients
While you may not avoid a dental emergency, you can prevent the anxiety and stress that comes with it. Our clinic offers sedation options for patients who are anxious about their treatment. This way, you can relax and let us take care of your dental emergencies.
Frequently Asked Questions About Emergency Dentists
If you are experiencing any pain, it is best to visit the dentist as soon as possible so that they can provide relief and determine any underlying problem.
After assessing the situation, your dentist will provide the necessary treatment to relieve pain and address the problem. They can also figure out if there’s any underlying problem that needs to be fixed as soon as possible before they cause more serious problems.
These can include severe toothache that doesn’t go away with over-the-counter medication, bleeding gums, a tooth that has been knocked out and dental abscess. Pain, discomfort, and even difficulty in performing oral functions can be symptoms of an underlying oral problem.
You may take an over-the-counter medication, such as ibuprofen, to help manage pain. You can also rinse your mouth with warm water and salt to help reduce inflammation. If the pain is severe, visit the dentist as soon as possible.
If you can, call the dentist first so they can advise you on what to do. If you have a tooth that has been knocked out, try to find the tooth and bring it with you to the dentist. If you experience bleeding, rinse your mouth with warm water and salt. Lastly, if you have any medical conditions or allergies, be sure to let the dentist know.
If you lose a filling or crown, it is best to visit the dentist as soon as possible because the tooth is more vulnerable to decay without it. Lost fillings usually necessitate replacement, while crowns can be recemented. If you still have the crown, you can put it back in place, if possible. Otherwise, keep your crown in a safe place while waiting for your appointment.
If you have a tooth that has been knocked out, try to find the tooth and bring it with you to the dentist. You can store it in a container filled with milk while waiting for your dentist appointment. If you can, try to put it back in the socket but ensure to clean it first with water without soap or chemicals.