Emergency Dentist Appointments

In Need Of An Emergency Dentist in Noosa?

Dental Care When You Need It

Anyone who has experienced a dental emergency can tell you how frightening and painful it is. Fortunately, at Noosa Family Dental we are here to help you! Whether it is the pain of a knocked-out tooth, crack and chip or infection and inflammation we can provide you with quality emergency dental care in our calm and comforting Noosa-based clinic.

We understand that emergencies can happen anywhere and anytime - often when it is most inconvenient! For urgent dental problems that just can't wait, don't hesitate! We reserve appointments every day so we can be ready to help you.

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Common Dental Emergencies in Noosa

When To See Your Dentist

Accidents and emergencies happen day and night. Some may need urgent care, whereas others can be treated during a regular dental appointment. It is important to know what is classified as an emergency that requires immediate care. Simply put, a dental emergency is any problem that requires urgent treatment, either to save a tooth, stop ongoing bleeding or reduce and treat severe pain.

Most injuries and trauma to the mouth should be treated by a dentist as soon as possible. Getting an emergency dental appointment within 30 minutes can make the difference between saving or losing a tooth!

A Painful Tooth

An infection or abscess that is left untreated, can cause severe pain which disrupts tooth function. Everything from eating to talking and sleeping can be difficult.

This infection often results from decay, a deep filling, or a crack. Once a nerve has died, and an abscess has formed, the infection needs to be removed by either root canal treatment, or removal of the tooth.

A Broken Tooth

Broken teeth or fillings are important to treat early. Even if the tooth isn’t causing pain, a broken tooth can lead to infection if left for a prolonged period.

If a piece of tooth has broken away from a tooth filling, removing the old filling and replacing it is the best solution. This method protects the tooth from further damage and creates a strong, stable filling.

A Sensitive Tooth

There are many reasons for a sensitive tooth. Often they can be managed easily, but if left untreated for too long can prove to be detrimental to your overall oral health.

If you have sensitive teeth, it's important to see your dentist. Causes for sensitivity can be cracks, exposed dentine, decay, or leaking fillings. Early treatment will prevent expensive and painful consequences later on.

An Impacted Wisdom Tooth

Wisdom teeth can become painful as they are erupting. As such, it is important for your dentist to have a look at the area to help prevent pain and infection.

Our emergency dentists can help you determine if you need emergency removal or whether it is just a case of keeping the area cleaned carefully and watching the tooth erupt.

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Urgent & Emergency Dental Care

What To Expect During Treatment

At your emergency dental appointment, our Noosa Family Dentists will assess the issue, determine the best course of action and provide pain relief if necessary. We'll also provide you with a treatment plan to fix the problem as soon as possible. However, if your emergency is more complex, we may need to schedule you for a follow-up appointment.

Our Noosa based dental practice is bright and welcoming with a team of experienced professionals who are passionate about what they do. We use the latest dental technology and techniques to provide you with the best possible care. No matter what your dental emergency is, we are here to help. So don't hesitate, book today!

Addressing Dental Emergencies

In Pain? Don't Delay!

During dental emergencies, it is important that you know what to do until you can get to your appointment.

  • If your mouth is bleeding, use sterile gauze or a clean cloth and apply mild pressure to the wound.
  • If the wound is bleeding heavily or you suspect you have a broken jaw, it is imperative you seem emergency medical care.
  • For broken, or knocked-out teeth, be sure to keep the tooth and save it in a container with milk or saline solution. If you are able to see a dentist in a timely manner, your tooth may be restored.

At Noosa Family Dental, Dr Adele Miller and her team hold years of experience providing state-of-the-art care and dental services to residents across Noosa. Whether it's a toothache, a fractured or lost tooth, a lost filling, or something else, we will be available to address the issue as soon as possible!

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