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Emergency Dental Care

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Concord Dental Practice reserves one appointment time every day for dental emergencies, such as a toothache or a broken tooth. During this time, our dentist will examine the source of your pain and provide you with some treatment options (as well as costs) to immediately alleviate your symptoms. Treatment will be provided, whenever possible, on the day. This appointment is available to both new and existing patients. Please call early in the day to secure this appointment time. 

At Concord Dental Practice, we also provide an after hours emergency service to our patients. A dental emergency can be a distressing situation, and potentially life threatening. Severe, untreated dental pain can lead to complications if not treated immediately - timely treatment can be critical.

Please call 0435 377 574 to speak directly to a dentist, and to utilise this emergency after hours service at any time, including public holidays, weekends or the middle of the night. Both new and existing patients are welcome at Concord Dental Practice.

If you are unable to contact a dentist, please visit the emergency department of your local hospital.

Quick Tips


Rinse your mouth with warm water and use dental floss to remove any food trapped in between the teeth. If there is swelling, apply a cold compress to the outside of the cheek. Avoid placing aspirin or heat against aching teeth or gums. Please call us as soon as possible to make a dental appointment.

Knocked out Tooth

Avoid washing the tooth with tap water. If you are confident, you can try to place the tooth back into its socket, otherwise, it is very important that you place the tooth into a cup of milk and take it immediatley to your dentist. The sooner you see a dentist, the better the prognosis for retaining a healthy tooth. 

Broken Tooth

Retrieve the broken tooth fragment, and keep it stored in milk. Make sure you bring the tooth fragment to your dental appointment, as we may be able to re-attach the broken tooth fragment. This will provide you with the best, natural-looking outcome. 

For there was never yet philosopher that could endure the toothache patiently ~William Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing