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Emergency Dentist Bondi – Here For You 24/7

Why waste time calling around to find an emergency dentist in Bondi? We’re here for you 7 days a week 365 days a year!

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Emergency Dentist Bondi – When Should I Call?

Don’t put off contacting our emergency dentist because you don’t want to be a nuisance or because you’re not sure you have a dental emergency. If you’re in pain then it’s your body’s way of telling you that something is not quite right.
Here at Bondi Beach Dental, we consider your emergency to be our emergency which is why we have an emergency dentist in Bondi Beach on standby 24/7 just in case you need us.

If you have a raging toothache that just won’t go away or you have a badly broken tooth, Eastern Suburbs’ residents should know that we will do all we can to make you comfortable and solve the problem

Emergency Dentist Bondi Beach – What is Classed as an Emergency?

There are a number of scenarios that can be classed as a dental emergency. As such you should be calling our emergency dentist in Bondi Beach if you have…

• A deep throbbing toothache
• Uncontrollable bleeding from the mouth
• Facial swelling
• A cracked, broken or knocked out (avulsed) tooth

If you have a tooth abscess, visit us as soon as possible. If left untreated, an abscess can lead to an infection that could spread through your body causing sepsis which is potentially life-threatening.

If you are suffering from any of the above, call our emergency dentist in Bondi and you’ll be put through to one of our emergency dentists who will help.


What to do if you knock out a tooth

Call our emergency dentist in Bondi as soon as you can. Meanwhile, try and locate the tooth. Taking care not to touch the root, wash it gently in cold water and try placing it back in the socket. Biting down on a piece of clean gauze will help keep it in place.

Alternatively, place the tooth or pieces of the tooth into a container of milk to help keep the nerve alive and make your way immediately to our emergency dentist who will be waiting for you.

How to prevent seeing an emergency dentist

To lessen the risk of a visit to an emergency dentist, we recommend practising good oral care. It’s also important to attend regular dental check-ups, since this helps our dentists detect any problems in the early stages before they become more serious.