Emergency Dentist Ellenbrook
Need an emergency dentist in Ellenbrook?
Coolamon can assist.
If you have a dental injury or severe dental pain, don’t delay, call Coolamon Dental and book an appointment right away. Delaying treatment can complicate issues and cause a lot of unnecessary expense. Our experienced dentists will examine your mouth, take x-rays and give you an immediate diagnosis.
Common dental situation requiring immediate action
These are some examples of oral health complications that qualify as dental emergency. Call Coolamon Dental Centre if you’re experiencing any of the following:
- Toothache – These can occur from blunt force trauma to the facial area.
- Gum abscess and swelling – Sometimes called a dental abscess, this condition is described as a pocket of pus in the tooth.
- Wisdom tooth pain – If you have wisdom teeth coming in, as well as breaking through the gums, they may be pressing against other teeth.
- Chipped or broken tooth – Any obvious damage to a tooth should be treated as soon as possible. Chips or fractures can affect the living tissue inside the tooth, causing problems in the future.
- Lost filling or crown – If you lose a filling, the nerve inside the tooth may be exposed.
- Knocked out tooth – Make an appointment to see our dentist as soon as possible, the sooner a knocked out tooth is re-implanted the more likely it is to embed itself back into the gum.
- Bleeding gums – Gum diseases such as gingivitis or periodontal disease can cause toothaches or pain.
After Hours Emergency Service
You may call our Ellenbrook after-hours service for information on dealing with your current dental problem.
We open from 8am to 8pm Monday to Thursday and from 8am to 5pm on Friday to Saturday. Your dentist will be able to see you and treat your dental problem. Ellenbrook’s locals have trusted our service for the last 10 years.
MANAGING TOOTHACHE, DENTAL PAIN & CRACKED OR DISLODGED TEETH
A dental problem during after hours can be a traumatic experience depending on your condition. First Contact us so we can determine your situation or any emergencies and arrange an appointment asap. You may have experience sudden acute pain or aching or you may have suffered from a physical accident or sporting injury.
If you have accidentally lost or swallowed the fractured piece of tooth, there is a good chance your tooth can still be restored. Sensitive toothpaste can be applied to the cracked tooth to relieve any sensitivity in the area.
Either way, there are a few things you can do to care for your damaged teeth and or minimise the pain or toothache
- * Do not consume alcohol or elicit drugs to relieve pain.
- * The information on this page is general advice only.
What to do before you book an appointment for dental service?
Step 1: Call and book yourself in for an urgent a appointment in Ellenbrook.
Step 2: If you are waiting to see the dentist and you are suffering from dental pain or toothache:
take some anti-inflammatories like ibuprofen to help ease the pain.
Take two paracetamol pills and wait two to three hours before repeating the dose again.
If you have injured yourself in a sporting incident or around the house, be sure to consult a doctor to assess the severity of the injuries.
Apply cold compress from the cheek to help alleviate the pain. Do not apply ice directly to your aching tooth, as toothaches frequently cause increased sensitivity to temperature.
These home remedies offer you quick relief from toothaches however, the result is just momentary. To eliminate the pain permanently, your dentist should see to the cause, not the symptom.
When should you go to the dentist?
Monitor your toothache over the next 24 hours. You may just have an irritation if it subsides. Make an appointment with Coolamon if:
- the pain is severe
- your toothache lasts longer than two days
Is It Possible To Avoid Dental Emergency
Some emergencies, such as injuries or trauma cannot always be avoided. However making sure you use a mouth guard during sports can reduce your risk of a knocked out tooth. Visiting us regularly for dental checkups will reduce your risk of a dental infection and toothache.
We know dental problems can be upsetting but Coolamon Dental Centre is here to care for you. Phone us direct or you can get advice by using our Live Chat button on this page.
There are a number of precautions that you can take to minimize the chances:
- Avoid chewing hard items, such as ice cubes, candy and popcorn kernels.
- Never use your teeth to open packaging or other items.
- Never place sharp items in your mouth.
- Dental history should be fully explored during dental check-ups.
- Regular dental visits allow your dentist to monitor your oral health.
- Regularly brush and floss your teeth.
- Always wear a fitted mouth guard to protect your teeth from trauma or pressure.