FAQs

How to act in an emergency

It’s important to act quickly in a dental emergency, please get in contact with us immediately.

For more information on common dental emergencies, please click here.

I have a sore tooth, what should I do?

Got a sore tooth? It’s important to seek the diagnosis of the problem as soon as possible. Painkillers will provide temporary relief but if there is a more extensive issue it needs to be addressed in order to avoid further treatment.

Fractured or cracked tooth?

If you have a fractured or cracked tooth there are a number of procedures to fix the problem. A crown can effectively fix a cracked tooth. It is important however to act sooner rather than later. Leaving a tooth in a damaged state can lead to more extensive and expensive dental treatment being required.

What if I’ve lost my crown?

You need to keep a crown somewhere safe. This way, a dentist can re-attach it as soon and possible avoiding damage to the root.

I’ve lost my tooth, what should I do?

You need to act quickly! Making it to a medical or dental service within half an hour can be the difference between saving your natural tooth, or requiring a complete tooth replacement. For more information on how to act if you’ve lost a tooth, please click here.

What to do if you’ve broken a denture

Luckily, a broken denture can be repaired fairly easily. You will still require dental treatment. If you’ve broken a denture get in contact with us as soon as possible.

How do I care for my kids’ teeth?

It’s important to encourage your children to adopt a positive attitude toward dental health and visiting the dentist at an early age. Click here for more information.

Emergency Dental

If you've found yourself in a dental emergency it's important to act quickly! Get in contact with us as soon as possible.

03 8361 9722

Address

Suite 8, 242 Caroline Springs Blvd
Caroline Springs VIC 3023

Phone

03 8361 9722

Opening Hours

Mon/Thu: 8am – 6:30pm Tues/Wed: 8am – 5:00pm Fri: 8am – 2.00pm Sat: By appointment