Emergency Dentist Perth | Open 6 Days a Week
If you need an emergency dentist in Perth we can help you.
If you’ve broken, chipped or lost a tooth you can rely on Clear Choice Dental for an emergency dental booking. Tooth pain is not only a horrible experience, it can also make eating and talking a difficult task. We aim to always have time on hand to cater to patients needing immediate attention, and we do this by scheduling appointments in a way that permits some wriggle room for emergency cases!
In an emergency dental appointment, the dentist will look at your mouth, diagnose the issue and give treatment and advice on what to do from there. Regardless of what the emergency requires, whether it be a filling or a polish, our skilled dentists can and will help you to the best of their ability. Only in serious cases, a referral to a separate doctor may be required. Preceding this, we will give dental treatment to soothe any persistent pain or inconvenience.
It always pays off to stay proactive as far as your oral health is concerned. There may be times when a dental emergency occurs and things are not all that convenient. Getting hold of a dentist for an emergency can definitely be a tricky thing. We have rescheduled our practice culture and have worked towards providing an option for emergency care.
With the addition of our Saturday trading hours, accessing emergency dental care is now easier than ever. In the event that you are unable to bear dental pain and consider your situation as an emergency one, call our receptionists and they will arrange for a dentist to prepare for your arrival.
Here are a few dental emergencies that are quite common:
- Lost or chipped teeth because of trauma or sports: Dental trauma calls for immediate attention and management so that the damage can be minimized. If a tooth has completely fallen out, place it in a cup of milk; if just a chip has come off, place it in a glass of water, and see your dentist A.S.A.P.
- Lip, soft tissue or gum trauma
- Broken jaw
- Pain from wisdom teeth
- Lost fillings or tooth fractures
- Dislodged veneers or crowns
- Complications arisen because of a recent dental procedure
Rest assured that we will do our best to help alleviate any problems as efficiently as we can.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, we encourage you to discuss these matters with an appropriately qualified health practitioner.