Greenland Dental Blog

Emergency dentist over Christmas and New Year

 

We are open to take care of your dental emergencies during the Christmas and New Year period. Our practice will only close for weekends and public holidays. We allow time in our schedule for emergencies during this period, so if you are in need of an urgent appointment please call early in the day to ensure you can be seen. We may close early at times during this period depending on our schedule.

 

If an accident occurs, call our practice immediately. The sooner you are seen by the dentist, the more chance you have of a good outcome. If you are experiencing a dental emergency outside of our business hours, please go to your local hospital.

 

Types of dental emergencies

  • Facial trauma

  • Facial swelling

  • Facial pain

  • Abscess

  • Toothache

  • Broken tooth

  • Lost filling

  • Wisdom tooth pain

  • Loose tooth

  • Lost crown

  • Broken denture

 

Tips to stay clear of the dentist this festive season

Always remember to wear your mouthguard when participating in contact sports, avoid hard lollies, nuts and pork crackle.

 

If you require urgent assistance during our operating hours please call us on 0754954266. To request an appointment online click here.

 

 

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