Similar to a medical emergency, if you’ve never experienced a dental emergency before, you might not know what to do. Understanding how to respond in a dental emergency is critical to your dental health and Tumut dental specialists are here to help. 

If you don’t deal with a dental emergency quickly, there are a number of things that could go wrong. Let’s take a look at the risk if you don’t visit your Tumut dentist asap:

Your pain will get worse

The longer you wait to see your dentist in Tumut, the worse the pain around your gums, teeth, and jaw will get. If you aren’t sure if your toothache qualifies as an emergency, call Tumut Dentist now. 

Your teeth/gums might get infected

Like anywhere else in your body, if your dental pain or injury is left untreated, infection can occur. If you don’t see your emergency dentist asap, that infection could spread and lead to further damage and issues.

You could lose a tooth

One of the most common dental emergencies in Tumut are chipped, broken, or knocked-out teeth.  More often than not, patients with teeth that have been knocked out, didn’t know that they could have saved their tooth. 

How to save your knocked-out tooth
1. Remain calm as possible

2. Locate the tooth (or pieces)

3. Rinse the tooth if needed

4. Place tooth back in socket (if possible)

5. Get to an emergency dentist in Tumut ASAP

Need an emergency dentist in Tumut?

Our Tumut dental clinic prioritises dental emergencies, so if you are experiencing a dental emergency in Tumut, call our clinic on (02) 6947 2359 now. 

After Hours Dentist in Tumut

In the event of an emergency outside of our usual opening hours, we recommend contacting a 24 hour emergency dentist in Tumut or the dental hospital.