Dental Emergencies Kareela.

Do you have a toothache and haven’t been able to sleep?
Broken a tooth and now it’s rubbing and cutting your tongue?
Had an accident and a tooth has moved or fallen out?

Dental Emergencies Kareela

Urgent care is here. You’re in safe hands with us. At Kareela Family Dental we understand the stress and trauma a dental emergency can bring. Our dentists are experts in easing your pain. They will assess and provide you with all your options and deliver pain-free treatment using our world-class facilities.

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Dental Emergencies
Kareela

Dental emergencies come at the worst of times and we understand it’s not easy to reschedule work or other life events. We have dedicated emergency appointment slots each day to ensure that anyone with an urgent dental concern can be seen promptly. We are also open 7 days a week, and sometimes late evenings to provide every opportunity to ensure you will be seen.

What types of Dental Emergencies that we treat?

Dental pain can be quite severe causing sleepless nights, it can lead to infection, swelling and even hospital visits. Getting to the source of the pain and treating you in an efficient and stress free manner is pivotal to getting you back to your happy healthy self. So don’t delay, call Kareela Family Dental and our emergency dentist will be right with you.

  • Toothache or Dental Pain
  • Knocked Out Tooth
  • Lost Tooth Fillings or Crown
  • Broken Tooth
  • Dental Abscess
  • Broken Dentures

What types of Dental Emergencies that we treat?

Dental pain can be quite severe causing sleepless nights, it can lead to infection, swelling and even hospital visits. Getting to the source of the pain and treating you in an efficient and stress free manner is pivotal to getting you back to your happy healthy self. So don’t delay, call Kareela Family Dental and our emergency dentist will be right with you.

  • Toothache or Dental Pain
  • Knocked Out Tooth
  • Lost Tooth Fillings or Crown
  • Broken Tooth
  • Dental Abscess
  • Broken Dentures

Frequently Asked Questions

Dental Emergencies can be a cause of pain and anxiety for most patients. We’re here to help.
Please note:

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

Any information that is provided is not a substitute for professional dental advice. Any advice offered or information provided is to be considered general in nature and not reliable until a full physical professional examination has been undertaken by an appropriately qualified health practitioner. Until such time you should not undertake treatment without a second opinion or without seeking further advice from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

Please note:

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

Any information that is provided is not a substitute for professional dental advice. Any advice offered or information provided is to be considered general in nature and not reliable until a full physical professional examination has been undertaken by an appropriately qualified health practitioner. Until such time you should not undertake treatment without a second opinion or without seeking further advice from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.