Emergency Dental - Trauma & Injuries
What is a dental emergency?
A dental emergency is a situation where dental treatment is required urgently. Some examples of things that may be considered an emergency are:
- Injury or trauma
- Broken Tooth
- Serious Infection
- Severe pain lasting 1-2 days or more
- Visible swelling
Have you suffered dental injuries due to an accident? Noticed severe and unexplained dental pain and mouth swelling? If you are feeling anxious or stressed, you want a dental practice that will help you feel comfortable and relaxed. The friendly team at Cairns Dental Anaesthetic Centre will do everything to ensure you are seen by a dentist as quickly as possible and will help you to feel at ease throughout the whole process.
At Cairns Dental Anaesthetic Centre, we have the facilities to provide wide-ranging dental trauma repairs such as those caused by:
- Accidents (vehicular & otherwise)
- Hospital cases
- Sport injuries
- Bike accidents
Whether you have a single loose tooth or extensive dental damage, we will provide the best trauma repairs possible. If we can’t fit you in immediately at our clinic, we will offer alternative options so you can act accordingly. Your health and wellbeing are our top priorities.
If you take part in high-impact sports (AFL, rugby, boxing, etc.), it’s crucial to keep your teeth well protected. At Cairns Dental Anaesthetic Centre, we offer custom-fitted mouthguards so you can play to your potential with greater peace of mind. There are many reasons to consider a custom mouthguard. Here are just a few of them:
- More comfortable and better at absorbing impact than over-the-counter mouthguards
- Save yourself money by avoiding costly dental injuries
- Competitive rates
- Easy to clean and maintain
- Allow you to easily speak and breathe without hinderance
- Get them in your team colours
Frequently Asked Questions about Emergency Dental
Even the prospect of having pressing dental trauma alleviated can be daunting for those with dental phobia. Our services are designed specifically for patients with dental phobias, and we give you the option to choose general anaesthetic.
In the event your tooth is knocked out, you want to avoid touching the root to keep it intact. Rinse the tooth in water and if possible, put it back in your mouth where it came from. If that’s not possible, put the tooth in milk to keep it wet and preserve the root. Call us as soon as possible to
arrange an appointment.