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Melbourne Emergency Dentistry

Man in dental chair holding jawAt the Melbourne dentistry practice of Cedric C. Chenet, DDS, we are here to help patients whenever they need us most, and that includes dental emergencies. In most cases, we’re able to see patients in need of urgent care on the same day they contact us. If you’re in need of immediate dental care, don’t wait. Call our Melbourne dentist and team to get started repairing your smile right away.

What is a Dental Emergency?

If you think your situation is an emergency, chances are, you’re correct. We encourage our patients to reach out to us immediately. We can help you determine whether or not your dental concerns require immediate treatment, but it’s always best to get started repairing smiles right away. Some of the most common dental emergencies we treat include:

What Should I do During a Dental Emergency?

The first thing you should do during a dental emergency is give Dr. Chenet and his Melbourne dental team a call. We will walk you through at-home first aid and pain management steps to ensure you are safe and comfortable until you reach our office. Some of the basics you can keep in mind include:

How Can Dr. Chenet Help?

When you call our office for emergency dental care, Dr. Chenet is here to help. In most cases, we can see you on the same day you call us to begin rebuilding your smile. Our first goal is to relieve any pain or discomfort. Then, we partner with you to make repairs right away. In many cases, we’re able to restore your smile in just one visit. We offer one day tooth-colored fillings and single visit crowns, bridges, and other restorations using the state-of-the-art CEREC system.

Can I Prevent Dental Emergencies?

Not all dental emergencies can be avoided. However, there are a few changes you can make to dramatically reduce your risks for experiencing a dental emergency, including:

Wear mouthguards as directed when engaging in sports or to protect teeth from nighttime teeth grinding and clenching