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Emergency Dental Help

Knocked out tooth? Pain when biting? Unbearable pain? Need an Emergency Dentist?

If you’re experiencing dental pain, call our friendly reception staff to make an appointment with our emergency dentist in Eltham so we can get the problem sorted as soon as possible.

Dental pain can occur for many reasons, however the most important outcome is to immediately alleviate the pain you are experiencing and then determine a permanent solution to ensure you remain pain free.

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Even, if your Injury seems small, it can still affect the living tissues inside the teeth. Quick treatment improves the odds of saving injured or damaged teeth, and consequently, damaged nerves or blood vessels. If you ignore dental pain or dental injury, you’re taking a chance, because there is also a risk of getting an infection.

Dental emergencies can include:

  • Tooth aches
  • A chipped or broken tooth
  • A tooth being knocked out
  • Denture repairs
  • Trauma and sports injuries

We keep space available in our appointment book six days a week, so you get the care when you need it.

For any after-hours dental emergencies, please contact The Royal Dental Hospital 24 hour emergency service on 9341 1000.