SuperCare Dental + Cosmetics

Emergency Dental Services: Your Smile, Our Priority

~Don’t suffer in pain. Get the emergency dental care you need today~

Urgent toothache keeping you up at night? Chipped tooth from an unexpected mishap? Dental emergencies strike without warning, sending even the calmest among us into a frenzy. In such critical moments, you can turn to Supercare for immediate relief. 

Equipped with our swift solutions and expert care, we are to help relieve your pain. When dental discomfort strikes, Supercare ensures that your smile remains intact even in the face of unforeseen challenges.

At times of dental emergencies, the specialists at Supercare Dental and Cosmetics are always ready to provide the best service and ensure their patients are relieved of their pain. From a chipped or broken tooth to bleeding, we have a solution for every emergency.

What are dental emergencies ?

Dental emergencies encompass situations that require urgent dental attention due to severe pain, injury, or sudden issues that jeopardise oral health. These emergencies can range from intense toothaches and fractured teeth to knocked-out teeth and oral injuries. Dental emergencies demand immediate intervention to alleviate pain, prevent complications, and safeguard the well-being of your teeth and gums. Seeking prompt care during dental emergencies is crucial to ensure effective treatment and prevent further damage.

At Supercare, we are fully equipped to deal with any dental emergency you may be facing. You can count on us to help you and alleviate your pain.

Types of dental emergencies

Dental emergencies can take various forms, each requiring immediate attention to address pain, prevent complications, and restore oral health. Here are different types of dental emergencies:

Intense, persistent tooth pain often indicates an infection or dental abscess that requires immediate treatment.

If a tooth is knocked out or broken, swift action can increase the chances of saving it. Rinse the tooth gently, place it back into the socket if possible, or keep it moist in milk and see a dentist immediately.

Accidents or trauma can cause cuts, tears, or injuries to the lips, tongue, or gums. Immediate dental attention is needed to address bleeding and ensure proper healing.

A lost filling or crown can expose sensitive parts of the tooth, causing pain and potential damage. Prompt replacement or repair is necessary to prevent further complications.

An abscess is a painful infection around the root of a tooth or in the gums. It can lead to severe pain and swelling and should be treated urgently to prevent spreading.

Broken or damaged dentures can hinder eating and speaking. Quick repair or replacement ensures continued functionality.

  1. Broken braces, wires, or orthodontic appliances can cause irritation or injury to the mouth. Orthodontic care is needed to address these issues promptly.

Emergency dentist at Supercare Dental & Cosmetics for immediate pain relief

Our dedicated emergency dentists stand ready to provide swift relief from dental discomfort, addressing urgent issues with professionalism and compassion. 

When you step into a Supercare clinic for an emergency, our priority is to address your urgent dental needs promptly and effectively. From the moment you arrive, our professional and well-equipped team is here to guide you through the process:

Step 1: Evaluation– First, our experienced emergency dental team will promptly evaluate your condition, prioritising your comfort and well-being.

Step 2: Assessment– Then, a skilled dentist will perform a comprehensive assessment. They will listen to your concerns and determine the extent of the issue.

Step 3: Communication– Clear communication will be established as we explain our findings and discuss recommended treatment options, ensuring you are informed and comfortable with the plan.

Step 4: Pain Relief– Immediate relief measures will be provided if you’re in pain, ensuring your discomfort is minimised.

Step 5: Treatment Planning– We will also create a personalised treatment plan tailored to your needs, outlining the necessary steps to address the issue effectively.

Step 6: Treatment Execution– With your consent, our skilled dentists will carry out the necessary procedures with precision and care.

Step 7: Follow-up– Post-procedure care instructions will be provided to ensure a smooth recovery and answer any questions you may have.

Customized care in a crisis: Emergency dental services

SuperCare provides prompt and efficient services during emergencies, keeping the patient’s needs as a priority. Our affordable services have been appreciated by all past customers. Get a personalized dental care routine after the emergency. The customer can even get a cleaning with Dental floss after the service.

Advantages of contacting an emergency dentist during dental emergencies

During dental emergencies, our experienced emergency dentists ensure timely evaluation and targeted treatments, reducing pain, preventing complications, and restoring your oral health.

Immediate relief

Immediate relief

Emergency dentists provide prompt attention, relieving severe pain and discomfort quickly.

Timely assessment

Timely assessment

Professional evaluation ensures the issue is accurately diagnosed and appropriate treatment is administered without delay.

Preventing complications

Preventing complications

Swift intervention helps prevent dental problems from worsening, minimising potential complications.

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Common dental problems that an emergency
dentist can fix

Our emergency dentists are skilled in treating various urgent concerns, including:
  • Severe toothaches
  • Knocked-out teeth
  • Fractured teeth
  • Dental infection
  • Oral injuries
  • Dislodged teeth
  • Soft-tissue injuries
  • Chipped tooth
  • Orthodontic emergencies
  • Emergency surgery, and more.

To simplify, we are here to provide comprehensive and urgent dental care when you need it most.

How much does emergency dental services cost ?

Emergency dental service costs vary based on the specific treatment required. However, in general, emergency dental services can be expensive.

Here is a breakdown of the average cost of some common emergency dental procedures in Australia (AUD):

  • Tooth extraction: $200-$500
  • Root canal: $800-$1,500
  • Crown: $1,000-$2,000
  • Inlay or onlay: $500-$1,000
  • Temporization: $100-$200

We offer transparent pricing and strive to provide affordable options, ensuring you receive necessary care without financial worries.

Is emergency dental care covered by health insurance?

Some private health insurance policies may cover emergency dental care, depending on the level of cover you have. Moreover, you can also opt for early release of your Super to finance emergency dental care. Our team can assist in understanding your coverage, maximising benefits, and providing a seamless experience during emergencies. If you have a serious medical condition that requires dental treatment, are unable to access dental treatment through the public health system, or experiencing financial hardship and cannot afford dental treatment, you can avail of your Super to do the same. 

What to expect from your urgent dental care appointment

During your urgent dental care appointment, expect prompt evaluation, personalised treatment, and effective pain relief. Our emergency dentists will communicate the recommended procedures and ensure your comfort throughout.

Experience the reassurance of having Supercare by your side during dental emergencies. Contact us for immediate assistance and discover the relief of expert urgent dental care. Your oral well-being is our priority.

FAQs- Emergency dental services

A dental emergency includes severe pain, bleeding, knocked-out teeth, fractures, infections, and issues causing difficulty in eating or breathing. Any sudden dental problem requiring immediate attention to alleviate pain or prevent serious complications is considered a dental emergency.

If you suspect a dental emergency, you should visit a dentist as soon as possible. Immediate attention is crucial to address pain, prevent complications, and preserve oral health. Contact a Supercare clinic and explain the situation; we can guide you on whether to come in immediately or wait for the next available appointment. If the emergency occurs outside of regular office hours, consider seeking care at an emergency dental clinic or hospital.

If you have broken your denture, it is best to avoid trying to repair it yourself, as improper fixes can lead to more damage. Instead, contact your dentist or a Supercare professional. We will assess the damage and determine the best course of action, which might involve repairing the denture or creating a new one if necessary. Avoid using broken dentures, as they can cause discomfort and further issues.

If you’ve damaged your teeth:

  • Rinse your mouth with warm water.
  • Apply gentle pressure for bleeding.
  • Use OTC pain relievers.
  • Save tooth fragments if any.
  • Contact a dentist for an emergency appointment.
  • Preserve the knocked-out tooth in milk or saliva.
  • Avoid extreme temperatures in foods/drinks.
  • Stick to a soft diet.
  • Prompt professional attention is crucial for damaged teeth

If you’ve lost a tooth in an accident:

  1. Find the tooth if possible.
  2. Hold it by the crown (top), not the root.
  3. Rinse gently if dirty, but don’t scrub.
  4. Try to place it back in the socket.
  5. If not possible, keep it moist in milk or saliva.
  6. Contact a dentist immediately for emergency care.
  7. Control bleeding with gentle pressure.
  8. Manage pain with OTC pain relievers if needed.
  9. Quickly seeking professional help increases the chances of saving the tooth.

If you are experiencing facial swelling or a lump on your jaw as a dental emergency:

-Apply a cold compress to reduce swelling.

-Rinse your mouth gently with warm saltwater.

-Contact a dentist or seek medical attention.

-Avoid pressing or massaging the swollen area.

-Elevate your head while resting to minimise swelling.

-If there’s pain, use OTC pain relievers as directed.

These symptoms could indicate infection or other issues requiring prompt professional evaluation and treatment.

If you have a toothache, begin by rinsing your mouth with warm water, using dental floss, and taking over-the-counter pain relievers. Apply a cold compress to reduce swelling, and avoid extreme foods. Contact your dentist for evaluation and treatment.

In case of a dental emergency, contact your dentist or seek immediate medical attention.

To prevent dental emergencies, maintain regular oral hygiene, wear protective gear during physical activities, avoid chewing hard objects, don’t use teeth as tools, and attend regular dental check-ups.