A dental emergency can happen to anyone, at any age and during anytime of the day. Dental emergencies are often unpredictable and it’s hard to know who to call in a moment of panic.
Usually, people may go straight to Emergency at the Hospital not knowing that little can be done besides monitoring the patient and providing medication to alleviate the pain.
All dental emergencies must be treated by a Dentist with Dental Emergency experience. Of course, if a Dental Emergency occurs outside your Dentist working hours and the pain is unbearable, seek help immediately at your nearest Hospital.
Dental emergencies can be:
All these dental emergencies can be a sign of:
At Gold Coast Holistic Dental Care, we know how important it is for anyone to feel that their dentist can assist them in an emergency. This is why we put dental emergencies first and will move everything around to assist anyone seeking treatment in a dental emergency.
Once you arrive at our practice, you will be fully examined by one of our dentists who have vast experience in dental emergencies. This is done to help assess the severity of your case and discuss possible solutions or treatment options.
We aim to make all our patients feel as relaxed as possible so that you know that you can trust us to help you resolve your issue.
Depending on the Dental Emergency, there might be cases where you might feel discomfort.
Rest is critical after your treatment so make sure you can take a few days off work or studies to focus on resting and recovering. Your dentist will be able to recommend the best cause of action and a likely recovery period.
Staying hydrated is also a key aspect of recovery. Depending on what treatment was done, you may also want to eat soft food and avoid anything hard, very hot or cold.
Following your treatment, we will follow you up during the recovery period to make sure everything is going well and will schedule appointments to make sure everything is healing accordingly.
1.When the Dental Emergency occurs outside your Dentist working hours.
2.When there is continuous bleeding and your dentist cannot see you as soon as possible
3.When there is an injury to the face that involves bones and the pain is severe.