Emergency Dentist Parramatta

Professional Emergency Dentist in Parramatta

At Cure Dental, we all know that toothache is unpleasant. We are here to help you with our patience, care, gentleness and flexible schedule.

What should I do if I have toothache?

Toothache can happen anytime and surprisingly it often happens on Saturday night when there are no dentists around you.

Our dentists are very approachable

The regular opening hours are 9am to 6pm 7DAYS

Even if we are busy and fully booked on the day, our practice manager will fit you in either 8.30am before seeing the first patient or at 6.30pm after we finish our last scheduled patient.

24 hours mobile 0450 633 757

Emergency situations

The most common reason of toothache is infection of the tooth nerve. Other reasons can include wisdom tooth pain, jaw muscle pain, and gum infection.

The tooth nerve infection can be caused by dental decay, dental trauma, tooth crack and deep filling. Root canal therapy will kill the infection of the root canal system and prevent the tooth get re-infected with dental abscess.

The three stages of root canal treatment

The root canal usually involves three stages: remove the inflamed and infected nerve, clean and shape the root canal system to remove bacteria from the tooth, seal the root canal system to prevent bacteria growing again.

The first stage is usually enough to stop the pain and the following two visits are required to fully clean the infection and prevent infection coming back.

The root canal procedure is pain-free as we need to numb the tooth before we start. Within the next 48 hours there is occasionally mild discomfort, which can be easily managed by an over-the-counter pain killer.

After the root canal therapy, the dentist will restore the tooth immediately with a tooth coloured filling, which is recommended to be replaced by dental crown, in some cases to ensure the full chewing function of the tooth, and prevent the tooth from cracking and breaking

Contact us for emergency treatment or root canal treatment

If you are in need of emergency dental treatment or require root canal, please do not hesitate to contact the Cure Dental today.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How long is the waiting time if I got a dental emergency?

I have a chipped tooth. What should I do?

As a first step, rinse the mouth with lukewarm water, and cold compress the affected area with ice pack wrapped in a clean towel to minimise the swelling. Even if you don’t experience any pain, make sure that you meet the emergency dentist Parramatta right away, because your chipped tooth is prone to various types of bacteria in the mouth. If left unprotected, this will lead to tooth decay and infection. Call 0450 633 757 to fit an appointment with the dentist and evaluate on the seriousness of the problem.

My tooth is knocked out. What should I do now?

First, stay calm and find out the actual tooth. After you find it out, hold the tooth by the top and don’t touch the root. Also don’t scrape off anything from the broken tooth. Try to hold the tooth gently and place it back in the socket after soaking into milk to clear the visible dirt. If you are not able to replant it, keep it moist by immersing the tooth in milk. Call 0450 633 757 to fit an emergency appointment with the emergency dentist Parramatta

How can I avoid a dental emergency?

I’ve lost my tooth filling, what should I do next?

If you have lost your tooth filling, call the emergency dentist Parramatta, at the soonest available time possible. Try to use the other side to chew to avoid food trapping and pain during eating function. Try NOT to delay even if there is no pain, as bacteria can cause further decay on the tooth that lost the filling. Talk to the expert dentist at 0450 633 757 now!

How can I remove the object that is caught between the teeth?

If you have got an object wedged between the teeth, try to remove it gently with a dental floss. Floss very carefully, so that you do not cut the gums. Make sure that you do not use anything sharp around the teeth, as it might damage your gums too. If you are still unsuccessful, go to a dentist in Parramatta. Call 0450 633 757 to schedule an appointment.