• DENTAL EMERGENCIES, EVP DENTAL

    Here at EVP Dental, our team of highly experienced dentists, nurses and technicians can ensure that your oral concern is treated as a high priority. From a chipped tooth to wisdom teeth pain or even a tooth ache, EVP Dental can help.

    If you're in pain, call EVP Dental today on 08 9470 3944 and we’ll aim to get an appointment as a priority.

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    DENTAL EMERGENCIES, EVP DENTAL
  • Dental Emergencies In Perth

    Our dental clinic is located just 7 minutes from Perth's CBD, making EVP Dental an easily accessible clinic for residents in both Southern and Eastern suburbs of Perth. We treat a wide range of minor dental emergencies including:

    • Loosened or fractured tooth
    • Fractured or broken dentures
    • Root canal issues
    • Chipped, damaged or knocked out tooth
    • Tooth decay
    • Toothache and wisdom tooth pain
    • Mouth ulcers
    • Cracked or missed fillings
    • Abscess
    Dental Emergencies In Perth
  • Serious Dental Emergencies

    If you have a serious emergency, we encourage you to seek urgent assistance in ER. Serious dental emergencies include:

    • Persistent and severe bleeding after 12 hours
    • Swollen face or neck
    • Broken, dislocated or fractured jaw
    • Deep or serious cuts to the cheek, gums, tongue or other areas
    • Severe infection
    • Loss of consciousness
    Serious Dental Emergencies
  • How to manage a toothache at home

    There could a number of causes for a toothache including decay, impacted wisdom teeth, sensitivity and gum disease, and until you’re able to see a dentist, you may need a quick remedy to help you manage pain at home.If you experience swelling and severe pain with fever, go to the ER immediately:

    • Make a salt rinse by adding 2 teaspoons of salt to warm water, dissolve and swish around the mouth for one minute. Spit the water out and repeat as needed
    • Apply a cold compress to the face for up to 15 minutes
    • Take an over-the-counter pain medication like paracetamol or ibuprofen
    How to manage a toothache at home
  • What to do if your tooth is knocked out

    If you have a knocked out or damaged tooth, it’s important to remain calm and act quickly while the tooth is still alive. The sooner you see a dentist the greater the chances that the tooth will survive.

    • Pick the tooth up by the crown (the part you normally see) NOT by the root
    • Rinse the tooth in milk or tap water for two seconds
    • Gently and carefully place the tooth back into the socket and bite down on a piece of gauze. If you’re unable to place the tooth back, put it in a container of milk
    • See a dentist immediately, ideally within 30 minutes.
    What to do if your tooth is knocked out
  • Denture Repairs and Relines

    Damage to dentures can occur from general wear and tear and also from biting down too hard on food.

    At EVP Dental, we may be able to repair your denture in a single visit, alternatively we also provide new partial, full and implant-retained dentures using dental implants.

    Our resident Prosthetist Donagh McDonagh, has been designing high-quality, well-fitting dentures for over 35 years. Contact us for an appointment today. 

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    Denture Repairs and Relines

Frequently asked questions

Any dental emergency needs urgent attention. You should make an appointment with an emergency dentist if:

  • you have unexplained toothache, swelling or bleeding
  • a tooth has chipped or cracked
  • you've lost a tooth, filling or other restoration
  • your braces or dentures have come loose

A dental emergency can happen when you're least prepared, but it doesn't have to leave you out of pocket when you take advantage of finance options offered by your dentist. At EVP Dental in Perth, we offer a choice of hassle-free payment plans through trusted providers including Zip Pay, Openpay and Supercare – early access to Superannuation.

The first thing to do is stay calm, as panicking could make your injury or symptoms worse. If your mouth is injured, clean it gently with water and try to stop any bleeding, then call an emergency dentist. They can offer more advice for dealing with your situation or book you an emergency appointment to get professional care.

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