When you’re facing a dental emergency, your dentist should be the first person you call. But what if you encounter a problem during holidays, weekends, or in the middle of the night?
If you’re dealing with a dental problem outside regular office hours, you will likely need to see an emergency dentist.
We provide emergency dental services to patients in Miranda, Gymea and surrounds.
Some dental problems need immediate treatment, while others can wait to be treated.
It’s important to know the difference between these kinds of problems, particularly if they happen in the middle of the night or over the weekend when most dental offices are closed.
Here are some signs you may have a dental emergency:
Here are some of the most common dental emergencies we see in Miranda, and what you need to do to treat them.
This is an often-overlooked tool you can prepare so that you’re ready when a dental emergency hits.
Here are some contents you can include in your dental first aid kit:
Cotton balls protect oral tissues from damaged braces or dentures.
Teabags help control bleeding and alleviate discomfort in case of bitten tongue, lip, or cheek.
Orthodontic wax can cover the sharp, piercing points of wires or other orthodontic bands.
Toothache drops can give temporary relief from toothache pain when applied directly to the tooth.
A topical anaesthetic provides temporary relief for gum irritation, denture sores, and cold sores.
Clean gauze or a piece of cloth can be used to compress the affected area in case of bleeding.
At VIP Dental Clinic Miranda, we are here to help you!
If you’re facing a dental emergency, call your Miranda dentist immediately.
Same Day Dental Emergency Appointment is Available in Miranda
We are located at 11/468-472 Kingsway in Miranda.
Listed below are the most commonly asked questions we receive from our patients.
Immediately. Depending on the condition, getting to your dentist within 30 minutes of the injury can make the difference between saving and losing a tooth.
The duration of a toothache is highly dependent on the cause of the pain. If symptoms last for more than 24 hours, it is recommended that you visit your dentist as soon as possible.