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Emergency Dentist in Croydon

If you’re experiencing pain in your teeth, gums or jaw and find yourself in need of urgent care, contact our emergency dental clinic on (03) 9723 1100.

At The Fine Tooth Company, we assure you’re in good hands with our friendly, gentle, and highly qualified dental team in Croydon. Our practice is equipped with advanced technology to provide you and your family with fast and effective care.

Some dental emergencies that require immediate attention include:

Neglecting dental pain, injuries, and issues will usually result in more severe pain, more expensive dental procedures, and more serious implications such as tooth decay, weakness, and even permanent damage.

If you’re experiencing any issues listed above, we recommend visiting our trusted emergency dentists in Croydon or contact us today.

Why Patients Choose Us For Emergency Dental Treatment


We make sure to provide you with the emergency dental treatments in a safe and comfortable environment.

open late nights and Saturdays

We have flexible opening hours if you experience dental emergencies at inconvenient times.

Experienced & Dedicated Dentists

Our team is committed to providing you with positive dental experiences and gentle care.

State-Of-The-Art Dental Technology

Our emergency dental clinic is equipped with advanced technology to provide you with fast and effective care

Are you experiencing pain or discomfort in your teeth, jaw or gums?

Contact our emergency dentists for effective treatment.

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    Dental Emergency FAQs

    Your dental issue may be an emergency if:

    • You’re in severe pain
    • You’re gums are bleeding
    • You have lost a tooth
    • You have a loose or wobbly tooth
    • You have an infection

    A broken tooth may require an emergency visit to the dentist, depending on how badly it has fractured and how much you’re bleeding. If a broken tooth is left untreated for too long, it could cause tooth decay, sensitivity, or loss.

    Yes, a tooth abscess does require emergency dental treatment. If left untreated, a dental abscess can lead to infection that can spread through the body and cause serious and sometimes, life threatening effects.

    If you need immediate treatment to alleviate pain, stop bleeding, or prevent tooth loss, this would be considered a dental emergency.

    For immediate toothache and soreness relief, you can take over-the-counter painkillers such as Ibuprofen (Nurofen) or Paracetamol (Panadol). If your gums are swelling, you can also try using a cold compress on the outside of your cheek. If pain persists, call us on (03) 9723 1100.

    Yes, it is possible to save a knocked-out tooth if you act fast. Hold it by the crown and rinse away the dirt from the root. Then place the tooth in a cup of milk or your own saliva to minimise the risk of the tooth drying out (and lessen your chance of needing a dental crown). Then, contact our emergency dentists in Croydon on (03) 9723 1100. The sooner we reinsert the tooth, the better chance there is to save it.

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