We are proud to be able to offer Central Coast residents in this difficult time emergency dental care services. If you are suffering from a genuine dental emergency, you will require priority attention.
We continue to treat emergency cases including:
- Acute dental pain
- Endodontic treatment
- Bleeding or swelling of the face, neck or mouth
- Dental trauma (such as chipped, broken, or knocked-out teeth)
- Lost fillings or dental crowns
- Difficulty opening jaw/and or swallowing
- Broken dentures
- Referral from a specialist for assessment
- Ulcers management
During an emergency appointment, our immediate priority is to relieve your pain, stabilise the problem and primarily keep you safe and well.
Our team continues to follow ADA and APRHA guidelines and we are taking additional precautions to ensure effective infection control during this time.
We will provide a thorough examination of your condition and discuss and explain the treatment options available to you. We may be able to complete the treatment that day, or we may need for you to book in back for an appointment in the future.
The health and safety of our patients, team and local community is our number one priority.
Following recommendations from the Australian Dental Association, Dental Board and APRHA, we have increased our response to the need for emergency dental as a result of lockdown measures.
We are here to support the community, so whether you’re an existing patient or new, if you need emergency care, we will do our best to help you.
Payment options available
Dental treatment can be costly, and we don’t want this to prevent you from getting the care you require. We offer patients a range of payment options, see below:
If your child has a dental emergency, they may be eligible to receive the Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS), find out more here (link to CDBS).
Our team is here for you during this difficult time.
Please stay safe and keep well. If you have any queries or concerns, please contact our team here.