What is a Dental Emergency

A Dental Emergency refers to a situation that arises in the form of bleeding gums or a tooth that may have cracked, broken or knocked out due to an accident and needs immediate attention.

Access & Aim for Dental Emergency

The quick onset of severe and unrelenting dental pain can cause oral trauma or anxiety in some patients, and it is, therefore, advisable to get in touch with your dentist or visit the nearest dental clinic to get timely care.

When a patient approaches a dental emergency service, they receive immediate attention without delays. It helps control the teeth damage before the condition deteriorates or worsens. Remember, an emergency dentist may also offer preventive measures depending on your dental problem and may consent to seek further appointments if required.

Our Approach towards Dental Emergency

Dr Teeth Dental provides you with a range of comprehensive emergency dental services that include:

  • Tooth Abscess
  • Dental Trauma (a chipped, fracture or cracked teeth)
  • Dental Avulsion (knocked-out tooth)
  • Wisdom tooth pain
  • Tooth fractures and cracked teeth
  • Toothache or dental pain
  • Periodontists
  • Broken tooth restorations
  • Damaged cosmetic dentistry restorations
  • Broken orthodontic devices
  • Denture breakage or damage
  • Lost filling or crown

We advise that regular preventive care and check-ups with a dentist are essential to detect early signs of tooth decay or any other relevant dental issues and helps assist you in reducing complex treatments later.

First Aid for Dental Emergencies

No matter the kind of emergency it may be, it is advised to remain calm and follow a few necessary first aid steps to help relieve the pain until you can connect or reach the dentist.


Clean the area thoroughly and floss between the teeth gaps to remove any food particles there may be. Mouthwash and rinse a couple of times with lukewarm salt water and then make an appointment with your dentist at the next available time.

Knocked-Out Tooth

Remain calm and support the knocked out tooth with the parts visible. Remember the roots are fragile, so try and avoid touching them. Visit the nearest emergency dentist near you to take immediate treatment.

Broken Teeth

Unless the bleeding doesn’t stop, or there is immense pain, no need to panic. Book an appointment at your convenience and let the dentist suggest the next steps.

Severe Dental Trauma

This refers to a situation where you may be in an accident that has left you with suspected broken jam or multiple avulsed teeth. Try to remain calm and visit the nearest dental emergency at your local hospital.

If you have a severe Dental Emergency requiring care, please contact us or book an appointment as soon as possible. If it’s critical, then visit the nearest hospital now.