If you are in need of urgent dental treatment, you can rely on our experienced dentists in Brunswick and Brunswick East for quick and effective emergency dental care treatments. Our compassionate staff will be able to help you with a same-day appointment and any necessary health and safety directions to follow in the interim. For immediate assistance with a dental emergency or severe injury please visit us at Lygon Family Dental at Brunswick East or call us at (03) 9939 0323. If you are feeling anxious or unsure about your situation, contact our staff and we will listen, assess your situation, and guide you on what steps you should take next.
If you are experiencing severe oral pain, tooth or jaw pain, cannot use your mouth properly to speak or chew or have undergone trauma that has greatly altered the natural appearance of your teeth, try to remain calm and call Lygon Family Dental right away to request a same-day appointment. Toothaches and dental injuries must be professionally treated as soon as possible in order to avoid more pain, complications and expensive procedures.
Located on Lygon Street, our accessible practice has ample patient parking and is close to all forms of public transport. The tram line runs right in front of our practice in Lygon street and we do have a bus stop on Glenlyon Road which is 2 mins walk from the practice location. If you have any enquiries about getting here or accessibility requirements, our staff is always happy to assist.
If you have chipped or broken a tooth as a result of an accident or injury, it is very important that you see a dentist as soon as possible. The same goes for any teeth that may have been knocked out. The sooner you are seen by a dentist the better the chances that the teeth can be re-implanted, depending on the severity of your injury.
If you require emergency dental treatment, you should ask to see a dentist as soon as possible. At our practice we offer appointments for all dental emergencies from toothache to lost or broken crowns, chipped teeth and fillings to abscesses, trauma, avulsed teeth and facial swelling. We can take care of your injuries to ensure you heal quicker, helping to ensure that you avoid additional dental problems and complications in the future.
In cases of advanced gum disease and tooth decay, teeth may need to be extracted. Some patients may also develop impacted wisdom teeth, which can cause intense pain and need to be removed. This is alleviated by having them removed surgically.
One area in which it is possible for dentists to specialise is 'oral surgery', an umbrella term for all dental procedures involving surgery, such as the extraction of teeth or wisdom teeth. It is always important to get the advice of a dental professional if you are worried about any of your teeth. Never attempt to pull out your own tooth at home as this could cause a more serious problem for you.
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