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At Beyond Infinity Dental we understand that dental accidents can occur at any time due to unplanned circumstances. Should an accident occur, how you respond can make a difference between saving and losing a tooth or more.
Contact us on (02) 8806 3799, to see if our receptions can help you over the phone or advise you to come in and see one of our available dentists, offering you our first available emergency appointment.
As we’re here to help you whenever you need, we have a designated mobile number given only to our patients who can use it to call, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Ask our reception for more details.
Tips and guidelines for dental emergencies:
Step 1: Contact our team at Beyond Infinity Dental and explain your situation and we will offer you our first available emergency appointment.
Step 2: Ensure the area is kept clean by rinsing and flossing. You may consume a painkiller to help control the pain, however, you should never apply aspirin or any other painkiller directly against the gums or problem tooth.
If you become ill and are experiencing swelling or a temperature, we suggest you attend our practice or closest emergency room immediately.
Knocked Out tooth
Step 1: Hold the tooth by the crown ‘bottom’ and not the root. Rinse off with water if it’s dirty but do not scrub or remove any attached tissue fragments.
If it is possible, gently insert the tooth the right way back in its socket and hold in position. If this action is not possible, place the tooth in a cup of milk or wrap it in Cling/Glad Wrap.
Step 2: Contact our team at Beyond Infinity Dental as soon as possible.
Possible Broken Jaw:
Step 1: Apply cold compresses gentle to control swelling.
Step 2: Contact Beyond Infinity Dental or your local emergency department immediately.
A Broken Tooth:
Step 1: Rinse your mouth with warm water to clean the area. Place a cold compression on the area to keep any swelling down.
Step 2: Contact Beyond Infinity Dental immediately for further advice.