Emergency Dentist in Melbourne
Are your teeth in pain? Are you struggling to manage discomfort in your mouth? Don’t delay in contacting Richmond Fine Dentistry, your emergency dentist, Melbourne. Located in Bridge Road, Richmond, our emergency dentists can guarantee you quality of care, expert attention to have you quickly on the road to recovery.
We will always accommodate a genuine emergency because we know how much people suffer when they have dental pain or a trauma to their mouth! During the week we are open every day. On weekends please 9429 0011 and your call will be diverted to our emergency number so we can assist you in some way.
Richmond Fine Dentistry can Provide Emergency Dentists For:
- Cracked or broken tooth
- Chipped tooth
- Knocked out tooth
- Wisdom tooth pain
- Lost filling
- Damage to braces, retainers
Cracked, broken or damaged teeth should be seen to immediately. Delay in having your tooth seen to by an emergency dentist may cause structural damage. Similarly, delay in having a lost or damaged filling seen to can cause on going nerve damage.
If you are suffering from a knocked out tooth, care and attention is required for you to get the best possible outcome. If possible, place the tooth back in the socket and contact us immediately.
If your mouth is suffering from swelling, pain and discomfort around the tooth, gums and jaw apply a cold compress until you can see one of our team at Richmond Fine Dentistry, Melbourne.
You may have a tooth knocked out at some stage, whether through a sporting activity or other trauma to the mouth. It can be very upsetting, and you will understandably be concerned about whether the tooth can be saved. It is important to see a dentist as soon as possible for the best results. If it is more than 30 minutes before you can get to a dentist, it is best to replace the tooth in its socket if you are confident you can do so. The most important thing is to ensure that you do not touch the root of the tooth. Hold the tooth by the end that you would normally see in the mouth, and only wash the tooth if it is dirty and for no more than 10 seconds, very gently. See a dentist as soon as you can.