Emergency Dentist Joondalup
Table of Contents
- 1 Emergency Dentist Joondalup
- 1.1 Need an emergency dentist in Joondalup? Coolamon Dental can assist.
- 1.2 Common dental emergencies
- 1.3 After Hours Emergency Service
- 1.4 Managing Toothache, Dental Pain & Cracked or Dislodged Teeth
- 1.5 Is it a dental emergency if I chipped my tooth?
- 1.6 Our Health Funds
- 1.6.1 Emergency Dentist Joondalup – Frequently Asked Questions
- 1.6.2 Can you go to ER for dental emergency?
- 1.6.3 What to do if you have a dental emergency at night?
- 1.6.4 What helps unbearable tooth pain?
- 1.6.5 Will an emergency dentist extract a tooth?
- 1.6.6 How do you get rid of tooth nerve pain fast?
- 1.6.7 Can Urgent Care drain a tooth abscess?
- 1.6.8 What will the ER do for abscess tooth?
Need an emergency dentist in Joondalup?
Coolamon Dental can assist.
If you have a tooth injury or severe tooth pain, don’t delay, call Emergency Dentist Joondalup 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 emergencies
Call Coolamon Dental Centre if you’re experiencing any of the following:
- Gum abscess and swelling
- Wisdom tooth pain
- Chipped or broken tooth
- Lost filling or crown
- Knocked out tooth
- Bleeding gums
After Hours Emergency Service
You may call our after-hours emergency dental service Joondalup for information on dealing with dental emergencies.
We open from 8am to 8pm Mondays to Thursday. Our dental clinic is also open on Saturdays. Your dentist will be able to see you and treat your emergency dentist situation. Joondalup, WA 6027’s locals have trusted our emergency service for the last 18 years.
Managing Toothache, Dental Pain & Cracked or Dislodged Teeth
A dental emergency after hours can be a traumatic experience depending on your condition. First contact us so we can determine your emergency and arrange an appointment asap. You may have experienced sudden acute pain or aching, or you may have suffered from a physical accident or sporting injury. Either way, once you have spoken to us there are a few things you can do to care for your damaged teeth and or minimise dental pain or toothache.
- * Do not consume alcohol or illicit drugs to relieve pain.
- * The information on this page is general advice only.
What to do before you see an emergency dentist in Joondalup?
Step 1: Call and book yourself in for an urgent appointment.
Step 2: If you are waiting to see the dentist and you are suffering from tooth pain or toothache, take some anti-inflammatories like ibuprofen to help ease the pain or paracetamol. 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.
Is it a dental emergency if I chipped my tooth?
This depends on the severity of the case (see above for fractured teeth). In any instance, here is some basic advice on what to do when this happens. If you can find the chipped piece lying on the floor, pick it up and bring it with you to the dentist. They could still use it – but there are resins that dentists use if they can’t reattach it so don’t stress if you cannot find it or you swallowed it.