Archive for the ‘Dental Emergencies’ Category:

Emergencies – Swollen Face

If you are experiencing a problem with your teeth or jaw, under the Australian Dental Association guidelines, justSMILE is able to see you for emergency dental issues. In light of the level 3 restrictions, and in conjunction with Smile Docs®, we will publishing a series of articles called “What Can…

Emergencies – Sore Gums

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Dental emergencies - what if you have sore gums and you can't open your mouth wide? Because the Australian Dental Association guidelines has restricted all appointments to emergencies and the treatment of pain only (level 3 restrictions), in conjunction with Smile Docs®, we will publishing a series of articles called:…

Emergencies – Massive Toothaches

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If you are dealing with a massive toothache, you are still able to come in for an appointment per the latest guidelines from the Australian Dental Association. We have deferred all routine dental treatments and restricting appointments to emergencies and the treatment of pain only (level 3 restrictions). In light…

Dental Emergency: When a Filling Falls Out

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A dental emergency can happen at the most inconvenient times, even during the COVID-19 restrictions. In light of this, in conjunction with Smile Docs®, we will publishing a series of articles called: “What Can You Do When You Can’t Get To See The Dentist”. If you are experiencing a dental…

The Top 9 Toothache Causes

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Top 9 Toothache Causes   Ah, the dreaded toothache.  In the dark ages, people believed toothaches to be the result of witchcraft or a curse.  And if you've experienced one lately it's easy to understand why! Luckily today we know the real causes of a toothache and the treatment options.…

How to Manage your Toothache Up Until Your Appointment

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If you have an emergency dental appointment it’s important to take care of your teeth in the meantime. Sometimes it won’t be possible to see us straight away when you have a toothache or a dental emergency. Your dental emergency may be after hours, or you may have to wait…

What happens if you ignore a broken or chipped tooth

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Help! I have chipped my tooth – what now? Your teeth are strong and resilient.  Did you know the enamel covering your teeth is the hardest, most mineralised tissue in the human body?  However, a chipped tooth or breaking a tooth happens, so what can you do about it? How…