Gentle Dental

Need an Emergency Dentist ?

If you need emergency dental treatment or are in pain please call us urgently on 0508 GENTLE (436853) or visit our Contact Us page. 

 

COVID UPDATE

At alert level 1, ALL of the restrictions placed on dentistry at the higher alert levels have now been lifted. We are now able to carry out non-urgent and routine dental procedures. We are however still practicing higher standards of infection control and hygiene protocols.

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What's a Dental Emergency

Common dental emergencies that may required URGENT dental treatment

  • Toothache
  • Lost Filling
  • Dental Trauma or Accident
  • Fractured Tooth
  • Tooth Knocked Out
  • Facial Swelling
  • Broken Tooth
  • Wisdom Tooth Infection
How Will I Know?

The Symptoms

 Unfortunate things happen and can lead to a dental emergency, even those that involve little or no pain, can quickly lead to more serious and long-lasting damage if not treated promptly. 

If something feels different or just “not right” we recommend you get in touch as soon as possible and one of our friendly staff will assess you over the phone to determine how urgent your dental emergency is. 

We have same day appointments available so you wont have to wait long to get it sorted.

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Handy Tips

What can I do now ?

Try these simple steps to help alleviate the pain or symptoms until you can see a dentist.

  • Rinse with warm salty water regularly
  • Try to floss out any food stuck in cavity
  • Place sugar free gum into the cavaity to prevent more food getting stuck
  • Lost crown - try to place back on the tooth, if it doesnt sit well leave it off and bring it to your dental appointment
  • Take pain relief medication

Toothache? Need to see a Dentist? Urgent appointments available.