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At beyondental, we understand that dental emergencies can arise at any hour. Rest assured, our exceptionally skilled and empathetic team is available to assist you. Our dentists and support team are highly trained and ready to evaluate and address your dental pain, toothache, or any other emergencies. We provide emergency dental care beyond regular hours to offer assistance in your time of need, whether you require a temporary or permanent solution, or simply seek advice and reassurance—we are here for you.

The beyondental Difference

• Beyond Regular Hours Emergency Dental Care

• Guaranteed Same Day Emergency or Toothache Appointments

• Same Day Pain Relief

• Treatment Without Discomfort (as much as possible!)

• Save Damaged Teeth

• Over The Phone Advice and Guidance During a Stressful Situation

What Do We Consider a Dental Emergency?

• Toothache (Acute or Chronic)

• Dental/Facial Trauma of All Ages

• Broken teeth or Fillings

• Knocked Out or Displaced Teeth

• Chipped/Broken/Loose Crowns/Veneers/Implants

• Broken Dentures and Dental Appliances

• Sudden, Severe or Long Lasting Tooth Sensitivity

• Bleeding From Teeth/Gums or Mouth

• Lacerations to Mouth/Lips/Tongue That May Require Suturing

• Broken Orthodontic Wires/brackets/Appliances

• Lost Invisalign Trays or Orthodontic Retainers

• Loose Teeth

• Bleeding, Inflammation or Pain from Usually Healthy Gums

• Abscess or Gum Infection

• Swelling of The Face

• Swelling of the Gums/Cheeks/Lips/Tongue

• Jaw Pain

• Severe Bruxism (Grinding/Clenching)

• Sinus Pain

• Difficulty With Chewing/Eating

• Difficulty With Swallowing

• Difficulty With Mouth Opening

• Pain That Wakes You at Night

• Pain Unrelieved by Medication

• Severe or Lingering Pain From Hot or Cold

• Wisdom Teeth Pain

FAQs

Here's what you can expect from our dental emergency treatment at beyondental

Prompt Assessment:

Upon arrival, our experienced dental professionals will conduct a thorough assessment to identify the nature and extent of the dental emergency.

Pain Management:

Immediate steps will be taken to manage and alleviate any pain or discomfort associated with the emergency. This may involve the use of local anaesthetics or other pain relief measures.

Diagnostic Imaging:

If necessary, diagnostic tools such as digital X-rays may be employed to obtain detailed images, aiding in the accurate diagnosis of the dental emergency.

Treatment Options:

Based on the assessment, our team will discuss available treatment options with you. We’ll provide clear explanations, answer any questions you may have, and tailor the treatment plan to address your specific needs.

Restorative Measures:

beyondental offers a range of restorative treatments to address various dental emergencies, including repairing or replacing damaged teeth, addressing infections, and managing soft tissue injuries.

Patient-Centric Approach:

Our patient-centric philosophy ensures that your concerns and preferences are taken into account throughout the emergency treatment process. Open communication and a collaborative decision-making approach are fundamental to our care.

Follow-Up Care:

Depending on the nature of the emergency, follow-up appointments and aftercare instructions will be provided to monitor your progress and ensure optimal healing.

What Do We Consider a Dental Emergency?

Toothache (Acute or Chronic)

Dental/Facial Trauma of All Ages

Broken teeth or Fillings

Knocked Out or Displaced Teeth

Chipped/Broken/Loose Crowns/Veneers/Implants

Broken Dentures and Dental Appliances

Sudden, Severe or Long Lasting Tooth Sensitivity

Bleeding From Teeth/Gums or Mouth

Lacerations to Mouth/Lips/Tongue That May Require Suturing

Broken Orthodontic Wires/brackets/Appliances

Lost Invisalign Trays or Orthodontic Retainers

Loose Teeth

Bleeding, Inflammation or Pain from Usually Healthy Gums

Abscess or Gum Infection

Swelling of The Face

Swelling of the Gums/Cheeks/Lips/Tongue

Jaw pain

Severe Bruxism (Grinding/Clenching)

Sinus Pain

Difficulty With Chewing/Eating

Difficulty With Swallowing

Difficulty With Mouth Opening

Pain That Wakes You at Night

Pain Unrelieved by Medication

Severe or Lingering Pain From Hot or Cold

Wisdom Teeth Pain

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General
Dentistry

Cosmetic
Dentistry

Emergency
Dentistry

Childrens
Dentistry

Sedation
Therapy

Periodontal
Care