Emergency dentistry relates to any dental condition that requires urgent attention.
The most common example is acute pain resulting from an infected tooth. Patients with broken teeth, severe gum infections and broken dentures also need urgent assistance. Car and bicycle accidents as well sporting injuries often require emergency treatment. Dental injuries from assaults are also part of emergency dentistry.
Emergencies may not occur during normal working hours. For children, the most common time for injures is after school. This dental practice is always willing to stay open late to treat emergencies in addition to providing weekend and after hours care. Further details regarding emergency services are available by phoning the practice and listening to the recorded message. A permanent roster for dentists for after hour care during public holidays is also indicative of this practice’s responsiveness to patients’ dental trauma needs.
Experience and compassion typify the dentists at the practice. Communication between dentists when emergencies occur ensures patients receive the most appropriate treatment. Access to state of the art materials at the practice helps ensure the highest standard of treatment for dental trauma.
Significantly, dental practitioners from other local practices and health fund emergency clinics frequently seek the advice of Dentists at Pymble about dental trauma treatment. Dentists at the practice have gained a reputation across Australia and overseas for providing informative advice on the treatment and prevention of dental injuries.