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Emergency Dentist Burwood

At the middle of the night, you suddenly experience severe toothache, you tried to brush your teeth, rinse your mouth with mouthwash, and floss your teeth to remove any food caught between your teeth, but nothing helps. On this page you will find common dental conditions that you may be experiencing.  If you are ready to make an appointment click “Book now” or call our clinic during business hours on (03) 8538-6199.

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1. Dental Cavities / Decay

Cavities, also called as tooth decay or caries are generally referred to a permanent damage happens on your teeth structure. They are commonly caused by a certain species of bacteria in the mouth. These bacteria can convert the sugar in your food into acids and corrode your teeth overtime. Increased frequency or intake of sugary food and poor oral hygiene can contribute to bacterial growth in your mouth.

2. Dental Injury, Cracked or Chipped Tooth

Teeth may look tough, and it is also one of the strongest structures in our body. However, it does not mean it cannot break. Common causes of cracked or chipped tooth includes bitting down on hard substances, like ice or nuts, having a traumatic injury from contact sports, involving in motor vehicle accident, or grinding teeth at night.

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3. Sensitive tooth

Some people who have dentin hypersensitivity may experience pain or discomfort caused by certain stimuli including hot or cold food and beverages, sweet or acidic food, certain type of mouth rinses, or even just cold air. People with thinner enamel are also more susceptible to sensitive teeth.  

4. Wisdom Teeth Problems

Wisdom teeth are the third molars at the back of the mouth and they usually emerge between 16-25 years old. In many cases, there may not have enough rooms in our mouth for the wisdom teeth to grow, thus the wisdom teeth can cause pain and other dental problems, e.g., impacting and damaging other teeth.

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5. Hyperdontia / Too Many Teeth

Some people who have dentin hypersensitivity may experience pain or discomfort caused by certain stimuli including hot or cold food and beverages, sweet or acidic food, certain type of mouth rinses, or even just cold air. People with thinner enamel are also more susceptible to sensitive teeth.  

6. Gum Disease / Gingivitis / Periodontitis

Healthy gums are firm and pale pink. However, if you are experiencing gum infection, your gums may look swollen and puffy, easy to bleed, painful chewing, and usually bright red or dusky red in colour. Factors of gum disease includes poor oral hygiene, smoking, hormonal changes, inadequate nutrition like vitamin C and certain disease, such as diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, etc. Gum disease can lead to tooth lost, and studies have shown that periodontal disease are also associated with heart disease

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7. Tooth Abscess

Tooth abscess is a pocket of pus caused by infection. They can happen in the gum, or tooth root, usually happens as a result when a dental cavity or a dental injury are left untreated. Dentist will have to assess it, drain the tooth and get rid of the infection from the abscess. Tooth abscess won’t go away by itself. If left untreated, the infection may spread to other areas, including your jaws, or head and neck, and may develop life-threating condition called Sepsis. 

Experienced Emergency Dentistry

Me Dental Care are here to help you. We provide emergency dental service to assist you during this desperate time.
Our emergency hotline works in extended hours and will be able to answer you questions and provide guidance for your tooth emergency.
We will book your appointment as quickly as we can.

How to make an appointment?

If you are near Burwood, Glen Waverley, Box Hill, Camberwell or Ashwood and you are suffering from dental pain or in need of any dental services, our team are here for you. Our friendly dentists are able to assess your condition, confirm your diagnosis, and recommend the best treatment plan that fits your condition. Don’t wait until your teeth problem gets worse, contact Me Dental Care now.

 Call us on our emergency dental number (03) 8538 6199

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We’re open Mon-Sat: 9:30 am – 7:00 pm for Emergency Dental Services.

 

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