Emergency Dentistry

In the event of a dental emergency call us straight away

Your emergency dentists in Perth

Your emergency dentists in Perth

Your emergency dentists in Perth

The Access Dental Care practices in Perth CBD, Bull Creek and East Perth are well-equipped and experienced in emergency dental care.

We have flexible opening hours from Monday to Friday to help patients with dental emergencies.

How Can We Help You in a Dental Emergency in Perth?

At Access Dental Care, we understand that life can throw unplanned scenarios. Accidents lead to dental emergencies such as broken teeth, injured gums, or other dental problems. No matter the scenario or situation, the emergency dental care team will help you save your teeth, gums, and tongue from significant injuries.

For emergency cases, our caring dentists use X-rays as part of the examination process to ensure that you feel minimal discomfort throughout your treatment.

Minimal Pain/Discomfort

Minimal Pain_Discomfort dentistry in Perth

Minimal Pain/Discomfort

Dental emergencies can be stressful due to pain and discomfort, but our team can help in minimising discomfort.

Outstanding Customer Service

Outstanding Customer Service at Perth Dentist

Outstanding Customer Service

You can rest assured that they will get outstanding customer service because our dentists use technically advanced equipment for simple and complex dental treatment.

Flexible Payment Plans

Flexible Payment Plans Perth

Flexible Payment Plans

Our flexible payment plans offer instant treatment access with no worries about payment. You can choose a plan that fits your budget and pay no-interest instalments.

Same-day Emergency Dental Services across Perth

Same-day Emergency dental Services Perth

Same-day Emergency Dental Services across Perth

Our team of qualified dentists is available to provide treatment for emergency cases across our three locations in Perth.

What Are Common Dental Emergencies Perth Families Face?

At Access Dental Care, our team of dentists treats multiple dental conditions to provide relief to patients and remove all sorts of dental discomfort. All dentists have the qualifications and experience in treating the patient’s dental conditions, which can also help them maintain perfect oral hygiene. The dentists are committed to providing a good quality of dental services/dental care, offering personalised treatment and increasing patient comfort.

Toothache

Toothache treatment Perth

Toothache

If you experience sudden tooth pain, our emergency dentists can diagnose the problem and provide immediate treatment.

Impacted Teeth/Wisdom Teeth Removal

Impacted Teeth_Wisdom Teeth Removal Perth

Impacted Teeth/Wisdom Teeth Removal

Impacted wisdom teeth can cause pain and discomfort when they don’t get enough space to grow through the gums. At Access Dental Care, our dentists can extract wisdom teeth with expertise to provide you relief.

Emergency Root Canal Treatment

Emergency Root Canal Treatment Perth

Emergency Root Canal Treatment

Ignoring oral health can cause infection in teeth that can lead to decay and spread to adjacent teeth if not treated timely. Emergency dental root canal can be a solution.

Emergency Cosmetic Dentistry

Emergency Cosmetic Dentistry In Perth

Emergency Cosmetic Dentistry

Access Dental Care provides comprehensive dental services, including emergency cosmetic dentistry for broken crowns, damaged veneers, and chipped fillings. Our cosmetic dentists are ready to help with any emergency cosmetic dental issues.

Knocked-out teeth

Knocked-Out Teeth treatment in Perth

Knocked-out teeth

Accidents can have a significant impact on oral health, causing chipped or broken teeth. Our caring dentists handle such emergency cases with patience.

Swelling In The Gums

Swelling In The Gums treatment in Perth

Swelling In The Gums

Swelling in the gums due to severe infection can cause problems to adjacent teeth. Reasons for swelling can vary. Urgent consultation with a dentist is recommended.

Tooth Sensitivity or Tooth Pain

Tooth Sensitivity or Tooth Pain Treatment Perth

Tooth Sensitivity or Tooth Pain

Tooth sensitivity, or hypersensitivity, causes extreme pain and discomfort. At Access Dental Care, our dentists provide instant relief with proper treatment.

Treatment For Cracked, Chipped or Broken Teeth

Providing Treatment For Cracked, Chipped or Broken Teeth In Perth

Treatment For Cracked, Chipped or Broken Teeth

Our caring dentists will initially clean your mouth by rinsing and using an ice pack to reduce the pain and treat chipped and broken teeth. You can also use a cold compress to reduce swelling..

Are We The Top Dentist For Emergency Dental Work In Perth?

At Access Dental Care, we understand that dental problems can be stressful and overwhelming. That’s why we have a team of qualified and experienced dentists who are here to help you with any emergencies or dental issues you may have. Our top priority is your comfort and well-being, and we promise to provide you with instant treatment and care that is both gentle and effective.

We know that dental anxiety is a real concern for many patients, and that’s why we offer sedation dentistry options to help minimize pain and discomfort during treatment. If you’re looking for compassionate and caring dentists, please don’t hesitate to contact us at any of our three locations in Perth CBD, East Perth, and Bull Creek. We’re here for you, and we’ll do everything we can to ensure that you receive the best possible dental care

How Much Can an Emergency Dental Treatment Cost Me In Perth?

Emergency Dental Treatment Cost in Perth

The cost of every dental treatment is different, and since every patient has different oral conditions, the cost of treatment will be different for each one. General dental treatments, on average, may cost from $150 to $450.

Emergency Dental Treatment Cost in Perth

Frequently Asked Questions

The difference between a dental emergency and a dental concern

A dental concern is an issue that is not an emergency and requires visiting the dentist whenever you can, including dental issues such as gum disease, cavities, and cosmetic or enamel erosion. At the same time, emergency dental issues require immediate dental help and include broken or cracked teeth or issues causing immense pain

The easiest way to think about it is: if it hurts, call Access Dental Care.

Even if the pain is a dull ache, call us. A dull ache can be symptomatic of advanced decay—if seen too quickly, it may only require a filling. But the longer you wait, the worse it could get. That is why it’s important NOT to adopt the “wait and see if it goes away” approach. A regular check-up can be the difference between a filling and root canal therapy.

What is the most common dental emergency?

The most common dental emergency is a toothache. This can be caused by various factors such as tooth decay, gum disease, dental abscess, cracked or broken teeth, or a lost filling or crown. Toothaches can be very painful and require immediate attention from a dentist to diagnose and treat the underlying cause. Common dental emergencies include chipped or broken teeth, knocked-out teeth, and gums, lips, or tongue injuries. If you experience any dental emergency, it is important to seek prompt treatment from a dentist to prevent further damage or complications

Why should you deal with a dental emergency quickly?

You should quickly deal with a dental emergency to alleviate pain, prevent infection, save your teeth, and avoid further damage. Delaying treatment can lead to more serious and potentially irreversible problems.

How much tooth pain is an emergency?

Tooth pain can vary, and while some cases may not require immediate attention, certain situations may indicate a dental emergency. Here are some guidelines to help determine if your tooth pain is an emergency:

  • Severe and persistent pain: Intense and continuous tooth pain that doesn’t subside or is accompanied by swelling may indicate an emergency.
  • Trauma or injury: Severe tooth pain or a broken tooth resulting from a direct blow to the mouth or face is considered an emergency.
  • Swelling or abscess: Swelling around the gums, face, or jaw can indicate an infection. An abscess, causing severe pain and swelling, requires prompt dental attention.
  • Bleeding: Significant and ongoing bleeding from the mouth accompanying tooth pain may be an emergency.
  • High fever and difficulty swallowing or breathing: Severe tooth pain and a high fever and difficulty breathing could indicate a severe infection. Seek immediate medical attention.

Remember, these are general guidelines, and it’s best to consult a dental professional for specific advice. Contact your dentist or an emergency dental service if you are unsure.

What to do if your tooth has been knocked out

You must pick it up by the crown (don’t pick it up by the root) and rinse the tooth in either milk or water. Do not scrub the tooth or remove any attached tissue fragments; keep the tooth in your cheek or milk. Time is a factor. Ideally, you need to see a dentist within 30 minutes of it being knocked out. This can be the difference between saving and losing a tooth.

What to do if your denture has broken

Please resist the urge to attempt fixing dentures yourself. Our team can repair dentures easily; however, if you try glueing them back together yourself, it will make our job harder.

Is a cavity a dental emergency?

Cavities that are treated in time are not dental emergencies. However, if they are left, they can become emergencies. Leaving a cavity can lead to fractures, abscesses or tooth loss, which is a dental emergency.

Can I heal a cavity at home?

Although there are natural ways to strengthen teeth at home, an untreated cavity puts you at a higher risk of gum disease and serious tooth infection. Your health should have the cavity assessed and treated by a dentist. Ignoring the dental issue is only risking your oral health.

Is it possible to reverse tooth decay?

It is possible to reverse tooth decay at early stages using anti-bacterial mouthwashes, fluoride tooth pastes, and calcium supplements. However, most patients only notice tooth decay in its more advanced stages, which can only be reversed or reduced by dental intervention.

Is a tooth abscess a dental emergency?

A tooth abscess presents an immediate danger to the pulp of your tooth. This painful bacterial condition is a definite dental emergency and should receive immediate attention before it causes serious damage.

Will tooth infections go away on their own?

Whether they cause pain or swelling, tooth infections are a serious problem and can cause permanent damage to your teeth and surrounding bone structures. While symptoms may dull down, the infection will not go away.

What to do in the event of a dental emergency

Call Access Dental Care immediately so we can arrange an appointment as quickly as possible. We have three convenient locations across Pert: Perth CBD, Bull Creek and East Perth.

Emergency Dentist Perth

To find out more about how we can help you or to book an appointment, please contact us today.

Perth CBD

Bull Creek

East Perth

Request An Appointment At One Of Our Three Locations

Perth CBD

Level 7, 140 St Georges Terrace,
Perth, WA 6000, Australia

Bull Creek

64 Bull Creek Dr
Bull Creek WA 6149, Australia

East Perth

Suite 104, 128 Adelaide Terrace, Perth WA 6004,  Australia.