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Our Burwood dental office understands that dental emergencies can happen at any time, so we have put together the following information regarding our emergency dentistry services if you find yourself in need of immediate care. The need for emergency dentistry is often a surprise. One minute you are having a lovely time enjoying a birthday party with friends or family, and the next, you find that your tooth has been cracked or broken, and you need an emergency dentist.

If you have a broken, damaged, or sensitive tooth, you may require emergency dentistry services, and Burwood Dental Care is here to help. If you’ve had a fall or have sustained any oral injury, call us right away. We will do what we can to alleviate your pain and restore your smile as soon as possible.

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What's Considered A Dental Emergency?

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A dental emergency is an acute condition that usually requires immediate attention. It is often caused by an injury to the mouth, a sudden onset of tooth pain or swelling in the gums. Here are some signs and symptoms of dental emergencies.

  • Extensive bleeding from a tooth socket, inside the mouth or onto clothing
  • Severe jaw pain
  • A large cavity that’s filling with tissue fluid or pus (drainage) and getting larger – This requires immediate treatment because it can’t be sealed by a dentist or filled with a temporary filling material.
  • Noises or pain while chewing, including earaches caused by tooth or jaw problems
  • Severe toothache
  • Toothache that awakens you in the middle of the night
  • Any time bleeding occurs from a gum problem, also known as gingivitis.
If you experience any of the following symptoms, we highly recommend giving our Burwood dental clinic a call.
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FAQ's About Dental Emergencies

Pain management is generally needed for toothaches at home, so here are some ways to manage your pain so you can sleep well.

  • Use over-the-counter pain medication. 

You can decrease tooth pain from a toothache by using over-the-counter or prescription medications and oral numbing pastes or gels (with or without acetaminophen). Still, they shouldn’t be used on infants or children under two years of age.

  • Keep your head elevated. 

By propping your head above your body, you can keep the blood from flowing to your head so you don’t suffer from a toothache. If blood pools in your head, it can intensify your pain and may keep you awake.

  • Avoid eating acidic, cold, or hard foods right before bed. 

Avoid foods that trigger pain, as they may aggravate your teeth and any cavities that might already be present.

  • Rinse your teeth with mouthwash. 

An alcohol-based mouthwash will both disinfect your teeth and numb them.

  • Use an ice pack before bed. 

If you rest the painful side of your face on an ice pack wrapped in a cloth, the pain will usually go away.

Being forced to face an unexpected dental emergency is never an ideal circumstance, especially when paying the bill.

Therefore, it is useful to know the general price range for an unexpected dental incident so you can budget accordingly.

There are a number of variables that can affect the cost of emergency dental procedures, including the severity of your particular case, the number of teeth exposed, the location in which you live, and your dental insurance.

We will provide a brief description of the most common types of emergency dental issues and the general cost of these procedures in an emergency.

A root canal without a crown usually costs between $2,200 and $3,400 in Australia, according to the 2017 national dental fee survey.

Non-surgical gum erupted extractions usually cost $75-300, while extractions performed under anesthesia will generally run between $200-600.

If you are experiencing a dental emergency, please speak to our team as soon as possible.

 

Most dentist are closed during night so if the pain is unbearable. Please visit the Victoria Emergency Dental Care page  for information on what steps you need to take.

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Why Choose Burwood Dental Care

At Burwood Dental Care, we offer a broad range of dental services so that you can be confident that your entire family is receiving the best dental care for the best value. Our experienced and friendly Burwood Dentist is committed to providing you with the most thorough, yet affordable dental care possible. Our goal is to provide a positive dental experience for each of our patients.

We offer General Dentistry, Children Dentistry, Orthodontics, and Cosmetic Dentistry. Our Dental Practice is conveniently located near Woolworths Burwood.

 At Burwood Dental Care, our patients are our number one priority. That’s why we’ve put together a dedicated, caring team to offer you the highest standard of dental care. We want to take the time to get to know you, understand your dental needs and ensure that every visit to us is as comfortable as possible. We’re proud to call the vibrant, close-knit, family-friendly suburb of Burwood home.

Payment Options

Smile Now. Pay Later.

Smile now and pay later with our dental payment plan options. For your convenience, we have partnered with a range of popular payment plan providers to make dental treatment more affordable for you. Contact us to find out about our Free Interest Free Dental Payment Plan options.

Dental Restrictions Officially Lifted As of 22/10/21

As advised by Victoria's Chief Health Officer and Premier Daniel Andrews, it is expected that from 11.59 pm Thursday, October 21, 2021, the current COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted for Greater Melbourne.

Lockdown restrictions have now been lifted across Victoria. The Authorised Worker list no longer applies which means that dental practices can return to pre-lockdown settings with no restrictions on patient access to care.

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