Dental Emergency Appointments

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Tailored for when things don’t go to plan!

We reserve Dental Emergency Appointments everyday, this is why we are here to help if you have a toothache, dental accident or tooth pain. Contact one of our emergency dentist Brisbane wide today.

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Emergency Dental Treatment

Accidents can occur unexpectedly. If you’re seeking prompt dental care or an after-hours dentist in Brisbane, Newstead Smiles is at your service. We offer flexible scheduling and dedicated after-hours assistance to address your urgent dental needs. Trust us as your go-to for emergency dental care in Brisbane.

Toothache or swelling

Chipped or broken tooth

Lost filling or crown

Knocked-out or loose tooth

Facial Swelling

Tooth Decay

Wisdom Teeth

Another muck up

(PSA: A broken jaw or seriously bitten cheek, lip or tongue may require a hospital visit before dental help).

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Emergency Appointments

Dental exam

X-Ray & Imaging


Emergency Dental Treatment

Need to see a dentist urgently? We’ll help out ASAP

What should I do if I knock out a tooth?

It’s important to see a dentist as soon as possible if you knock out a tooth. Keep the tooth safe and moist, and call your Brisbane dentist for the next steps.

How do I handle a cracked or broken tooth?

If you crack or break a tooth, clean your mouth by gently rinsing it with warm water and contact your dentist in Brisbane immediately for an assessment.

What if I have a severe toothache?

A severe toothache requires prompt attention from a dentist. Try to keep the area clean and avoid aggravating it further until you can get professional advice.

What should I do if I have an object caught between my teeth?

For objects stuck between your teeth, gently use dental floss to try and remove it. If unsuccessful, your dentist can help remove it safely.

How do I manage tissue injury and facial pain?

For any injury to the mouth or facial pain, it’s best to contact a dentist or visit an emergency room for appropriate care and management.