Emergency Dentistry

After Hours Dentistry

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After Hours Dentistry

Need an after hours dentist? Lillybrook Dental is your emergency dentist who can help
At Lillybrook Dental Kallangur, we know that emergencies arise when they’re least expected. That’s why every day we reserve appointments for such occasions, so you’re not left to suffer unnecessarily. If you are experiencing pain, due to a sore tooth, broken tooth or filling, or other emergency, please call us at Lillybrook Dental and we will do our best to provide appropriate relief and treatment.
Our reception team has been trained to understand your critical needs. To determine the ideal course of action for your emergency, they will ask some preliminary questions. Depending on the situation, attending the local hospital emergency room may be the best next step for you. However, if we can help immediately, you will be booked into one of our daily available emergency appointments.

Lillybrook Dental Kallangur practice hours are:

Monday to Thursday8.30am to 6.00pm
Friday8.00am to 5.00pm
SaturdaysBy appointment only

Once your appointment has been scheduled, your comfort becomes our priority. Every care will be taken to diagnose and address your specific emergency dental issue.

Our care does not end there: after treatment, we’ll follow up to ensure you are managing and to encourage you to make preventive care of your teeth a priority.

Need an after hours dentist? Private message us on Facebook or go to your local hospital emergency room.

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Emergency dental needs are unpredictable, so to guide you when to call for an after hours dentist we offer a few indicators:

  • You are experiencing pain consistently and the pain is intensifying
  • A tooth has been broken or cracked due to some kind of trauma
  • You’re experiencing swelling, either in your mouth or around your face
  • Your tooth has been knocked out, through an accident, perhaps playing sport or at work. If this occurs, do your best to return the tooth to its place as soon as possible. In the event, you’re not able to, the next best option is placing the tooth in milk or saliva of the patient.

If you require assistance after hours, private message us on Facebook or via our Contact page immediately and we’ll advise an appropriate course of action.

Any invasive or surgical procedure has risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner. Individual results can vary.

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