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Emergency Dentistry

Need Dental Surgery?

At Nicholson Road Dental, we deeply understand the distress caused by dental discomfort, a sensation that should never be endured. Our commitment is centred in relieving your pain, uncovering the underlying cause, and providing the necessary treatment to bring you relief.

No matter if you're suffering from a toothache, fractured teeth, dentures, or wisdom teeth-related pain, rest assured that our friendly and skilled team at Nicholson Road Dental will effectively address your urgent dental concerns.

Toothache
Chipped/ Broken tooth
Facial Swelling
Bleeding Gums
Knocked-out Tooth
Lost Filling
An Abscess
Signs of Infection

Types of Emergencies

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Our Care towards You:
Medical Consultation

We Understand You

We recognize that toothaches can affect anyone and we empathize with the discomfort you are experiencing. Our main priority is not only to alleviate your pain but also to prevent its recurrence.

Our diverse and multicultural team is ready to assist you in addressing your specific needs, providing effective communication and understanding throughout the process.

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Technology

At Nicholson Road Dental Centre, we offer you the latest technology through our OPG, CBCT machines while maintaining the highest standards of quality.

Our commitment to incorporating advanced technology is driven by our dedication to delivering the exceptional level of care that you deserve.

Yearly Checkup

Cooperative

Your well-being is our top priority, and we strive to provide a caring and attentive experience throughout your dental treatment.

Our team of skilled dentists and staff members have undergone extensive training to address your concerns in the most effective and efficient manner possible.

Extracion

What if you need an 
Extraction?

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Depending on your specific situation or the nature of your toothache, it may be necessary to perform an extraction.

Extraction may be recommended in cases such as:

  • Infection

  • Broken tooth

  • Gum disease

  • Severe decay

We prioritize making the extraction process as painless as possible and take measures to ensure your comfort before proceeding. If you have any concerns or questions, please feel free to contact us. We are here to address your needs and provide any necessary assistance.

During the Extraction

Once you are comfortably settled in the dental chair, the dentist will administer local anaesthesia to guarantee your comfort during the procedure. After you are completely numbed and prepared, the dentist will skilfully utilize specialized instruments to gently extract the tooth from its socket.

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Fallen Tooths

aFTER the Extraction

After the tooth extraction, the dentist will carefully clean the socket and place a gauze pad to minimize bleeding. Once the effects of the anaesthesia wear off, you may experience some mild soreness and discomfort. To facilitate the healing process, we provide the following aftercare instructions

Post-Operative Instructions 

Below are steps that you should follow to help reduce pain, control bleeding and promote healing.

 

 

  • Keep the gauze swab (where used) in place applying pressure for 2 hours after leaving the surgery.

  • If bleeding recurs, place another gauze swab and apply pressure – where significant bleeding continues contact your dentist.

  • Avoid strenuous exercise and rest at home. You may need to take time off work.

  • No smoking or drinking alcohol for 2 weeks.

  • No rinsing for 1 day.

  • When you drink do not use a straw as it will have a negative pressure on the socket.

  • Do not use analgesics containing aspirin – for pain control, Panadol, Panadeine or Nurofen are suitable. Please seek medical advice if you are unsure of what to take.

  • Avoid HOT foods/liquids. When numbness has gone choose lukewarm liquids and soft foods, chewing away from the wound.

  • After 24 hours, gently rinse your mouth with warm salty water. Continue regularly until healing occurs.

  • Use ice packs from the outside to reduce any swelling or pain.

  • Brush teeth tomorrow - avoid extraction area and spit twice only.

  • Do not touch the socket with your tongue or finger.

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