When you experience tooth pain or suffer a dental injury it is essential that you seek emergency dental treatment as soon as possible.
But how do you know what is considered a dental emergency? Read on to find out.
Dental emergencies in Penrith
If you are experiencing the following issues, you have a dental emergency and can see your local Penrith dentist for care.
- Teeth pain
- Teeth injury (broken, knocked out, or chipped teeth)
- Gum pain or bleeding
- Swelling in your mouth
- Difficulty opening your mouth or jaw
It’s important to note we also offer sleep dentistry for those patients who experience anxiety during dental visits.
Do I have a dental emergency?
If you have dental pain or are worried about an issue with your teeth, please call your experienced Penrith dentist, Tindale Dental, to book an appointment. To avoid further concerns, it’s important you don’t delay going to the dentist if you are experiencing dental problems.
Penrith dentist open for emergency dental care
Tindale Dental Centre is back open for all dental treatments including emergency dental care. We are using numerous measures to ensure our patient’s and staff’s safety during dental visits.
Maintaining your oral health
Now, more than ever, it’s important to maintain your oral health. You can find information on teeth brushing, flossing, and children’s teeth brushing tips on our website. With the lifting of restrictions, we also recommend contacting our team to book in for a dental check-up and cleaning. As always, your toothbrush and flosser are your best friends, so take care of yourself, and we hope to see you and your smile soon.
If you have any questions about a dental visit, need to make a general or emergency dental appointment please contact us on 4726 5400.