Emergency Dentist Cranbourne

Experiencing a toothache or a dental emergency is undeniably one of the most distressing situations. The pain coupled with the uncertainty of finding immediate care can be overwhelming. At our practice, we strive to alleviate this stress by prioritising true Emergency appointments and aim to see you on the same day. For prompt assistance, we encourage you to reach out to us as early as possible, allowing us to accommodate you swiftly.

Priority Emergency Appointments *
  • Common dental emergencies include broken teeth, fractured fillings, trauma from falls or impacts, facial swellings, and abscesses or infections. Regardless of the emergency, our dedicated team is here to provide prompt relief and guide you towards a pain-free status.
  • If you notice a niggly tooth or something you can see or feel that’s not quite right or it has been a long time since your last check up, please come see us before it turns into pain. Addressing issues early leads to a better experience and more favourable treatment outcomes.
  • Your well-being is our priority, and we are committed to delivering the care you need during challenging times. Call us now or make a Booking online so we can help you with your dental emergency.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Does it hurt to get a tooth removed?

The thought of getting a tooth removed / extracted is probably something most patients get nervous about.

Our focus is always on trying to save teeth but sometimes, there is a reason that a tooth / multiple teeth need to be removed.

Before the tooth is removed, the tooth and the surrounding areas will be numbed up with local anaesthetic. Prior to anything being done, the dental professional will test and ensure that it is very numb.

What to expect? No pain! The area should not have ANY pain while the procedure is being completed. It is normal to feel a lot of pressure, pushing and hear some funny noises! Pro tip- take some noise cancelling headphones with you to drown out the noise!

After the procedure, the complexity of the removal and the state of the tooth prior to the removal will determine how long it will take to recover. Pain is expected after removing a tooth when the numbing wears off and your dental professional will advise you of this and of suitable pain relief options for managing any discomfort.

We make every effort to fit you in on the same day if you have a toothache. It is best to call as soon as you feel the discomfort so we can find the best time to slot you in. If we are closed, e.g. overnight, you can check our online booking options for available appointments or leave a voicemail for us and we can call you back when we open.

Depending on the treatment, it may be undertaken on the same day or you may need to return because sometimes the area may be too aggravated to be numbed up properly for treatment to be done.

Entrust us with your dental care.
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