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Emergency Dentistry in Dubbo

woman grimacing with jaw painA broken tooth or toothache can be quite unsettling, not to mention extremely painful. Our same-day emergency services are here to help you get out of pain as quickly as possible, even if it’s after hours or on a weekend.

Types of Emergencies We Treat

Most dental emergencies suddenly occur due to accidental injuries, such as a fall or other traumatic injury. They can also be the result of untreated tooth decay, leading to facial swelling. Or perhaps there’s bleeding that you can’t quite get under control.

Hospital emergency rooms aren’t designed to handle dental emergencies. That’s why we do everything we can to see you quickly and manage your pain accordingly. Even if it’s something that is not tooth related, such as a lip or jaw injury.

Is it Truly an Emergency?

If you’re in pain and unable to eat or go to work/school, then you need to see an emergency dentist. Whether the situation is uncomfortable or simply causing embarrassment, it requires immediate attention.

What to Expect

Since we have an on-site oral surgeon at our practice, we can provide a wide range of services, from same-day treatments to surgical tooth removal. The first thing we’ll do is get you out of pain. From there, we’ll discuss what options you have to save or repair your tooth—such as a root canal or filling—and create a care plan that fits your personal preferences.

Woman holding mouth

Before Your Appointment

To ease discomfort, we recommend taking an anti-inflammatory (like ibuprofen) and applying a cool compress to alleviate the swelling. You can also rinse with warm salt water to help with inflammation.

Broken or knocked-out teeth need to be stored in a sealed container. Keep them moist by covering them with milk, saline, or water with a pinch of salt.

Contact Delroy Park Dental Care

If you’re in pain or have a broken tooth, contact us straightaway. We’ll arrange to see you as quickly as possible.

Any invasive or surgical procedure may carry risks. Before moving forward, it is recommended that you seek a second opinion from an appropriately licensed medical professional.


Emergency Dentistry Dubbo NSW | (02) 6882 8819