Emergency Dental Treatment

Emergency Dental Fairfield

Emergency Dental Treatment

Emergency Dental Fairfield
Emergency Dental Fairfield

Emergency Dental Treatment

Emergency Dental Fairfield

Dental emergencies can be stressful, painful and often require immediate attention. If you are experiencing a dental emergency, it’s essential to seek professional dental care as soon as possible to avoid more serious problems from arising.

At Najmi Dental, we understand the urgency of dental emergencies, and offer same day emergency appointments to alleviate your pain and discomfort. We offer after hours and weekend appointments to accommodate your needs.

Payment plan options are available to sign up to on the day with zero deposit and interest charges. This allows you to pay your dental treatment off in instalments without the stress of having to make full payment on the day.

Emergency Dental Services can include:

If there is major swelling of the face, eyes, or throat, causing difficulty in breathing or vision or any loss of consciousness or vomiting please call 000 or go to the emergency department of your hospital immediately.

Feeling Anxious About Emergency Dental Appointment In Fairfield?

We understand that dental anxiety can be a real concern for many of our patients. All the staff at Najmi Dental strive to make every emergency visit comfortable and as stress free as possible.

Our professionals in emergency dental services in Fairfield are trained to help manage dental anxiety. They provide gentle treatment and take the time to understand your needs fully. Our clinic is equipped with the latest inventions in dental technology, such as digital painless injections and digital scanners making your appointments as comfortable as possible.

We can provide oral sedation prior to the appointment or happy gas during dental appointments to help with calming the nerves. Our clinic is designed with a warm and inviting atmosphere and modern amenities to help you feel relaxed. You may like watching Netflix on the ceiling TV with the sound close to your ear to help distract you from the dental procedures.

Contact us today to learn how we can help you feel more comfortable during your visits.

Knocked Out Tooth?

If you or your kid knock out a tooth, it is important to act fast to increase chances of saving the tooth. First, locate the tooth and handle it by the crown (top part) and avoid touching the root.

If the tooth is very dirty, run it under water very gently or rinse it with your own saliva or milk. Be careful not to rinse under a strong stream of water or scrub the tooth. Carefully place tooth into the socket with the root side in and gently bite on a piece of gauze or tissue until you have taken your child to Fairfield emergency dentist for kids.

If you are unable to reinsert the tooth, place it in a container of milk or in your mouth until your appointment. Avoid using water, as it can damage the tooth.
It is crucial to seek emergency dental treatment as soon as possible, the longer the tooth is out the less chance of survival it has. Contact us to book a same day appointment if you or your child has a knocked-out tooth.

Toothaches & Wisdom Tooth Pain

Toothaches can cause severe discomfort and require immediate emergency dental care. There are several factors that cause toothaches, such as decay, broken teeth, infections, wisdom teeth or grinding. However, identifying the root cause of toothache is difficulty without an examination of the affected tooth.
At the appointment, our dentist will conduct a thorough emergency examination, and may require x-rays and provide you with emergency treatment options. Wisdom teeth assessment may require more detailed x-rays such as OPG or CT scan to assess the cause of pain and treatment options.

Broken Tooth Or Broken Filings

If you have a broken tooth or filling, it is important to seek emergency treatment as soon as possible to prevent further damage or infection. Broken teeth can be painful due to exposed nerve or sharp edges that can cut your tongue or soft tissues. Weakened broken teeth can be further damaged if left untreated, causing tooth loss or infections.

We recommended to rinse you mouth with warm water and salt to clear any debris or broken fragments. Manage the pain with painkillers such as paracetamol until your appointment. Avoid hard crunchy foods that may damage the teeth further and avoid eating on the side with the broken tooth. Do not use any materials to fix blunt sharp edges as it can damage the tooth further.

Facial swelling

Facial swelling can be caused by various dental issues such as infection, trauma, or impacted teeth. It can be accompanied by other symptoms such as fever, difficulty breathing or difficulty swallowing. It’s important to seek emergency dental checkup as these symptoms can be life threatening if untreated.

You can apply cold compress to the affected area to reduce swelling. You can use a cold pack, frozen food packs or cold, wet towel. Take pain relievers such as paracetamol or ibuprofen to help manage the pain and reduce swelling. Sleeping with you head elevated can help by using an extra pillow. Contact our clinic or book online for a same day appointment to provide you with further care. If you experience any life-threatening symptoms such as dizziness, vomiting, nausea, difficulty breathing, blurry vision or fatigue visit you nearest hospital or call 000 immediately.

 

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