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Emergency Dentist Near Perth City, West Leederville, Subiaco, Wembley, Jolimont and Floreat.

Hello, we're Cambridge City Dental – our emergency Perth dentist can help you.

If you are experiencing a dental emergency or require urgent dental treatment please call 9382 8266.

 
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Dental Emergency: 
Toothache

First Aid for an Aching Tooth

Rinse your mouth with warm water to clean it out.

Use dental floss to remove any food that might be trapped between the teeth.

Never place Aspirin on the aching tooth or against the gums because it may burn the gum tissue.

PAIN NEVER SLEEPS!

Call us as soon as possible

 
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Dental Emergency:
Cracked or Broken Tooth

Cracked or Broken teeth should be repaired as soon as possible to prevent further damage.

Symptoms may involve pain while chewing and sensitivity to cold and possibly hot foods and liquids as well as air.

 

First Aid for Cracked or Broken Teeth

Rinse your mouth out with warm water to clean the area around the tooth.
Use a cold compress on the area to keep any swelling down.

Call us IMMEDIATELY for an emergency appointment.

 
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Dental Emergency:
Lost Filling

Delay can be detrimental to the remaining tooth structure.

Delay may damage the underlying nerve.

There may be sharp edges that may cause injury to your tongue or cheek

Root fracture may occur and the tooth may be lost.

 

First Aid for a Missing Filling

Rinse your mouth with warm water to clean it out.

Keep the area clean by using a soft brush.

Place a piece of sugarless chewing gum that has softened, in the hole which contained the filling.

DO NOT LEAVE as is.

Call us as soon as possible for an appointment.

 
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Dental Emergency:
Chipped Tooth

If a filling or artificial tooth becomes chipped, it should be replaced.

 

First Aid for Chipped Teeth

If there is no pain and the chip is small, it is not of immediate urgency.

The chipped tooth should be assessed for underlying damage especially to the remaining tooth structure or filling if the tooth is filled.

Call us for an appointment to have the chip assessed

 
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Dental Emergency:
Wisdom Tooth Pain

Infected and impacted wisdom teeth.

Swelling may be associated.

Pain to adjacent teeth, jaw, ear, biting, eating and limited jaw opening.

Bad taste in the mouth and bleeding gum.

Bad breath.

 

 

First Aid for pain associated with Wisdom Teeth

Wash your mouth out with warm water.

Clean the area with a soft toothbrush. Bleeding is OK.

Take a painkiller such as Paracetamol or Nurofen.

Call us IMMEDIATELY for an appointment.

 
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Dental Emergency:
Abscess

Signs and symptoms include pain with sudden onset, swelling, pus near a tooth or gum pocket.

Bad taste and bad breath.

Difficulty opening your mouth..

The swelling can spread to the entire face and neck very quickly if left untreated.

 

First Aid for an Abscess

Wash your mouth out with warm water.

Take a painkiller such as Paracetamol or Nurofen.

Call us IMMEDIATELY for an EMERGENCY appointment.

 
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Dental Emergency:
Knocked-out Tooth

Must be treated with care and urgency.

Swelling, pain, excessive bleeding from the tooth socket or gum and possibly lips and cheek.

 

First Aid for an Abscess

If the tooth is DIRTY, rinse very gently in slow running water for NOT TOO LONG.

DO NOT SCRUB IT or remove any fragments of tissue that may be attached to the root surface.

Gently insert and hold the tooth in its socket.

If it is not possible to insert the tooth in the socket, place the tooth in a cup of MILK.

If there is bleeding or swelling, apply a cold compress. Ice for swelling and pressure for bleeding.

CALL US IMMEDIATELY

 
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Dental Emergency:
Possible Broken Jaw

If you suspect a broken jaw do not wait.

Treat with urgency.

 

First Aid for a Jaw Injury

DO NOT move the jaw.

Secure the jaw in place by tying a handkerchief, necktie, or towel around the jaw and over the top of the head.

Call us IMMEDIATELY or go to HOSPITAL.

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Dental Emergency:
Braces & Retainers

First Aid for problems with braces and retainers

If the wire is causing irritation, cover the end with a small cotton ball, beeswax or a piece of gauze until you are able to see you orthodontist.

If a wire gets stuck in the cheek, tongue or gum tissue, DO NOT attempt to remove it. Call us or your orthodontist immediately.

If an appliance becomes loose or a piece of it breaks of, take the appliance to the orthodontist.

 

Don't delay! Visit Cambridge City Dental  today, your emergency dentist in Perth.

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Presented by Cambridge City Dental to assist with emergency dental treatment in Perth, West Leederville. Consult your medical professional for advice applicable to your personal circumstances.