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Do not hesitate to seek urgent dental care if you experience any of the following symptoms:

  • A Severe Toothache or Bleeding
  • Broken Tooth or Jaw
  • Lost Dental Filling or Crown
  • Object Stuck in Teeth


Oral Health Emergencies & After- Hours

Dental emergencies can be a traumatic experience, and we understand that not all cases occur during working hours. Therefore, we offer after hour emergency care for dental work that needs immediate attention. Some of the most common cases include tissue bleeding, severe toothache, broken teeth, wisdom teeth pain, and cosmetic fixes for broken or lost teeth.
Please note: If you have suffered from trauma to your head resulting in loss of consciousness or bleeding from the nose or ears, please go to the hospital immediately. If you are suffering from severe headaches, dizziness or ear aches that are not directly associated with your teeth, you should first be assessed by a medical doctor.
For less severe cases or specifically dental scenarios, please follow the tips below:

Loose Teeth.
If you have a loose tooth from an accident or sports injury, please see a dentist immediately. If you can reposition the tooth into place, there is a good chance your dentist will be able to save it. Baby teeth are naturally loose, so will often be removed.
Loose teeth can also occur as a result of gum issues. For this situation, we often treat the major presenting problem and then formulate a long-term management plan for better gum health.

Knocked out Teeth.
If your tooth is knocked out, there is a good chance your dentist will be able to save it if found. Make sure you rinse the tooth under water for approximately 10 seconds. Do not rub or wipe the tooth as this can cause damage to the roots. If the tooth has been found within an hour of falling out, place it back into the socket as this gives the most chance of surviving. If you are unable to place the tooth back into the socket, store it in a glass of milk, saliva, or a moist paper towel. Do not store in plain water. All cases of a knocked-out tooth must be urgently seen by a dentist. Most will splint the tooth to the surrounding teeth for a minimum of 1-2 weeks. If a child or baby loses a tooth, do not place it back into the socket.

Fractured Teeth.
Fractures can range from minor to severe depending on where the fracture occurs. If you experience sharp pain when eating or drinking, this could indicate that a fracture has occurred. Dentists can easily fix this with a filling, crown or root canal (for more serious cases), but please keep in mind that fractures are unpredictable and can vary greatly in terms of the appropriate treatment, depending on the severity of the fracture. Some fractures may even require loss of the tooth. Usually an X-ray and some tests will determine the extent of the fracture and what treatment is required. Serious fractures that expose the dentine and pulp of the tooth need to be treated immediately.
At our Oral Clinc, we welcome all Health Funds, and can perform on the spot claims using the HICAPS machine. Call out fees for Dentists and Nurses are $350.

Emergency Dental Care Booragoon

At Riseley Street Dental Booragoon, we understand how important maintaining your oral health is. Making sure your teeth are in perfect condition is very critical to us. Our practice is open Monday-Saturday and we are ready to help you whenever you need us. We also know that dental emergencies can be unpredictable and cause a lot of pain if not attended to. Some may even cause complication further down the track. For this reason, we remain open after- hours for dental services through scheduling. When visiting us after hours, you are sure to receive the same high quality service from our professional and passionate staff. You will receive only the best treatment, specifically catered to your individual needs, at Riseley Street Dental. We are dedicated to bettering the oral health of our immediate community, which is why are happy to remain open after hours as this ensures everyone receives help. If you are suffering with tooth pain or a toothache and are waiting to see a dentist, taking anti-inflammatories such as ibuprofen will help ease the pain. If you have injured yourself, you may need to see a doctor to assess the injuries.

What problems can Riseley Street Dental Treat?
Apart from the usual dental procedures that our dentists treat, there are two major types of issues that an emergency dentist will treat. The first is any problem at may arise from a previous dental procedure or treatment. For Instance, if you have a broken crown, a lose crown or a lost filling you will need to seek assistance from one of our emergency dentists immediately. The second most common emergency treatment occurs when someone damages their tooth due to injury. Unfortunately, some people may suffer from a loose, cracked or chipped tooth after being involved in an accident. Oral injuries can be frightening and extremely painful, therefore we suggest coming to see our qualified emergency dentists at Riseley Street Dental, in Booragoon, for immediate assistance.


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