Emergency Dentist in Officer

Getting you back on track after an unexpected event.

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Our Services

Same day appointments available

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Allocated slots for emergency fit-ins
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Walk-ins welcome
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Highly experienced team
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Knowledgable sound advice for urgent situations

Emergency Dentist Officer

Our emergency clinic offers a safe and caring environment, where our dentists use their expertise to diagnose and treat patients quickly and efficiently. With our emergency dental services, we strive to give patients the peace of mind they need when faced with a sudden emergency situation. 

A dental emergency can be an uncomfortable and overwhelming experience requiring immediate attention. For those needing emergency dental care, Officer Smiles has a team of emergency dentists available to provide timely relief from the pain and discomfort caused by trauma, infection, toothache or other dental-related issues.  

Officer Smiles offers unparalleled support for all of your dental needs. They provide same-day appointments for time-sensitive issues, allocate slots for emergencies, and welcome walk-ins, ensuring everyone can receive care when needed. Furthermore, their highly experienced team offers the utmost expertise in urgent situations and provides knowledgeable sound advice. With Officer Smiles, you can always get top-notch service quickly and competently.  

Officer Smiles specialises in assisting you with all sorts of dental emergencies. Whether you've broken your dentures or partials, lost crowns or veneers, sustained a sports injury, or simply have a chipped tooth and need help fast, Officer Smiles has your back.

Types of Emergencies That We Can Assist With

Our experienced professionals can assist with repairing fractured or chipped teeth and handling any uncomfortable toothaches you may be experiencing. 

We can even help if a tooth has been knocked out-Officer Smiles is here to make sure that any unexpected oral issues don't have to ruin your day. We provide emergency dental treatment for:

With years of experience, our team are adept at dealing with emergency situations, focusing on quick diagnosis and action to ensure that patients get the best possible care while minimising any further damage or pain. As a result, patients can rest assured knowing they are in safe hands when choosing Officer Smiles as their emergency dental provider. 

Book an Appointment for Emergency Dental Treatment Today

Taking emergency dental care seriously is vital because the quickness and efficacy of any emergency dental treatment can be the difference between a positive health outcome and prolonged pain. So if you're in need of emergency dental care, don't wait. Make an appointment with one of the emergency dentists at Officer Smiles today.  

Our emergency dental clinic is staffed with experienced professionals dedicated to providing patients with fast, friendly, and efficient emergency services regardless of their issue or situation. Our treatment goals revolve around ensuring that you have the best possible outcome for your emergency dental situation, so contact us now to schedule an appointment today.
Contact our friendly team on (03) 8338 1207 for advice if you are unsure and we will be able to help. 

What to do in a Dental Emergency

Dental emergencies can be a serious matter and should not be taken lightly. Officer Smiles highly recommends that in a dental emergency, patients seek prompt medical attention to preserve the affected tooth or area. In addition, while travelling to the dentist or waiting for emergency services, one should take cautionary measures to ensure no further damage is inflicted on their mouth. 

Such actions include gently repositioning the tooth with one's finger and biting down lightly to maintain alignment until further aid is reached. For teeth that have been knocked out, they must never be scrubbed or placed under tap water; instead, they can be stored in milk or your own saliva as a short-term measure.  

It is therefore important to remain alert when facing a dental emergency, as taking appropriate action can be instrumental in obtaining satisfactory results from treatment.

You don’t have to be in pain for it to be an emergency.

We understand that things can happen unexpectedly. That is why we designate spots in our appointment books for emergency appointments everyday. If you feel there is a problem that should not wait, then it is an emergency. This may be a toothache, or a broken tooth before an important event.

Common reasons for an emergency appointment include:

  • Accidents resulting in a knocked tooth: if your tooth has been knocked out of its socket, it is imperative that you attend a dentist ASAP as any delay may affect the chance it can be saved. Pick up the tooth via its crown (not the roots) and rinse it with milk (clean water if milk is not available). Gently place the roots back into the socket until you arrive at the dentist. If this is not possible, keep the tooth soaked in milk. 
  • Toothache: if you have constant and persistent pain that is not being alleviated by medication and is keeping you up at night then you should seek our assistance as soon as you can.
  • Facial swelling: may be a sign of a spreading infection from a tooth. This needs to be addressed before it leads to hospitalisation. 
  • Broken or chipped teeth: if you have chipped a tooth or lost a filling, don't wait even if it doesn't hurt! More often than not, if these are not fixed in a timely manner it may be more costly and harder to fix down the track. 
  • Broken appliances: if your appliance, denture or retainer breaks, see us as soon as you can so we can get it back in function. 

Contact our friendly team on (03) 8338 1207 for advice if you are unsure and we will be able to help. 


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