Emergency dental right when you need it

Fix your dental emergency in

a flash

Get to the root of your trouble and give pain the flick! We set aside time every day to deliver emergency dental services. Because, let’s face it, these things always happen at the *worst* possible moment!

We won’t just patch you up and send you on your way. We’ll find the cause of the problem and provide you with a solution. 

Get out of pain in a flash, so you can get on with your life with a smile! Simply give us a call and one of our friendly staff will do their absolute best to fit you in today. 

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Before and after

Look at the results of our patients who have come to us
Jenny had an overbite that was corrected with Invisalign standard and took 18 months to correct
Angela had broken down teeth a missing teeth. After crowns, veneers and dental implants to restore her smile.
Angela had broken down teeth a missing teeth. After crowns, veneers and dental implants to restore her smile.
Angela had broken down teeth a missing teeth. After crowns, veneers and dental implants to restore her smile.

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We use gentle EMS Airflow technology

We ensure all accompanying treatment is softly softly - think ‘air and water’ softness

One-hour emergency appointments

We find you the right fix today so you can sleep easy tonight

Out-of-luck doesn’t mean out-of-pocket

We offer payment plans so you can leave with a healthy mouth and a healthy budget

Emergency dental care cost

Emergency dental care
Our Emergency dental service includes a full assessment of your concern and then the solution of course!

We do this over a full hour so you leave with the problem fixed and the pain gone. Your dental emergency won’t leave you in financial pain either. Have a chat to us about our flexible payment options.
From $85
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No-stress payment options

Focus on your recovery, not raising funds. Set up a simple payment plan with no hidden fees and flexible finance.
Restoring your smile doesn’t need to be uncomfortable — not even financially. Flexible, no-deposit, zero-interest payment plans mean you can enjoy your treatment anxiety-free, and so can your bank account.
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fix and give pain the flick in 3 simple steps

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Step 1. Give us a call
Chat to one of our friendly staff and we’ll fit you in pronto!
Step 2. Sit back and relax
We’ll sort your dental emergency on the double (within one hour)
Step 3. Say toodle-oo to pain
Enjoy being out of pain and getting a grin back on your chin!

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Got a question about dental emergencies? Look no further!

What is a dental emergency?

If you sustain an injury or trauma to your teeth and have pain, swelling or visible damage (like a cracked, chipped, or loose tooth)—consider it a dental emergency. To give you an idea, the following are all considered dental emergencies:

1. Severe toothache

2. Facial swelling (may include tooth/gum pain or pus)

A tooth that’s:

— chipped 

— cracked 

— broken 

— loose or has been knocked out 

3. A cracked, loose, or lost dental filling or crown

Still not sure if you’re dealing with a dental emergency or not? Just give us a call and we’ll help you work it out.

Eek! My tooth has been knocked out. What should I do?

Give us a call pronto! 

If the tooth is undamaged, we may be able to save it. Here are a few tips to help achieve a successful outcome:

1. Pick up the tooth by the crown (that’s the top part that sits above the gumline, not the root).

2. Rinse the tooth (ideally in milk, but water will do).

3. Gently pop it back in the socket.

4. Hold the tooth in place with a finger or by gently biting down on a soft, clean cloth or piece of clothing.

5. If you can’t reposition the tooth back in the socket, place it in a small cup of milk or hold it in your mouth (next to your cheek)

Get to your emergency dentist ASAP — ideally within 30 minutes.

Should I go to the hospital for a dental emergency?

Hospitals do have emergency dentists on hand. And, in serious dental emergencies it may be best to visit your closest hospital. Certainly, if you have severe bleeding, think you may have broken your jaw or have a head injury, please head straight to the Emergency Department at your local hospital.

Worried or unsure whether you should go to the hospital? Call us and we’ll help you decide what’s right for you. 

What happens after my emergency dental appointment?

As with any dental treatment, your dentist will provide you with after-care advice. Be sure to follow the instructions closely. If a follow-up appointment is needed, make sure you book this in and stick to it.

What if I can’t afford to pay for emergency dental treatment?

Don’t stress. Simply chat to us about our flexible payment options. You don’t have to fret about having the funds in your bank right now, or even paying in one lump with our convenient payment plans. 

How can I avoid dental emergencies?

That’s easy! Brush up on your at-home oral care by brushing and flossing daily. If you play a sport that could put your pearly whites at risk, consider wearing a mouthguard. Eat a balanced diet and avoid sugary foods and, most importantly, don’t forget your regular dental check-up and clean.

Emergency dental

just when you need it

because accidents happen!

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