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If you're experiencing any of the following symptoms, do not hesitate to get in contact with us as soon as possible. 

A kid's tooth knocked out while horsing around with friends. A long-neglected molar that has become infected and is causing unbearable pain. A front tooth cracked after biting into hard candy. All of these cases require emergency dental care. If you or someone you know requires an emeregency dentist in Joondalup, then drive down to our clinic so we can treat your condition and restore great smile. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for all your urgent care needs. Simply give us a call, and we'll prioritise your case immediately no matter what time of day it is.

Signs That You Need to Visit Your Dentist Immediately

Although you strive to take care of your teeth, there will be instances when accidents will happen. When they happen, drive down to your local Joondalup dentist immediately. But if you're still unsure or you're procrastinating because you have a high pain tolerance, here are some warning signs that you really need emergency dental care.   

Severe Tooth Pain

There are many causes of severe tooth pain, including gum disease, tooth damage, and tooth damage. If you have taken pain medication but you still feel severe pain, contact Dentist Joondalup immediately.

Broken or Chipped Tooth

If you bit into a piece of hard candy, ice, or popcorn kernel, and you suddenly feel that your teeth have cracked or has chipped away, don't fret! Go to the dentist immediately. A broken or chipped tooth is something your dentist can restore easily. You should also visit your dentist to prevent further damage or infection.

Knocked Out Tooth or Teeth

It's all fun and games until you get a tooth or two knocked out. When one or more of your teeth were permanently knocked out during a game of rugby or football, there's no need to worry about going through the rest of your life with a gap-toothed grin. Visit your local emergency dentist in Joondalup immediately to have your tooth or teeth restored.  

Presence of Severe Swelling or Abscess

Severe swelling or abscess accompanied by aching gums are signs of infection in your tooth's root or the gum tissue. Book an appointment with one of our dentists right away to address the issue.


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