Fix my pain - toothache and or broken teeth

Updated: Aug 25, 2020



Toothache can be one of the most painful experiences.

Gums or periodontal infection can be the site of the pain.

Wisdom teeth can be painful as they emerge. The pain can also be coming from the nerve of the tooth - usually bacteria have reached the pulp.

A cracked tooth can also be painful.  

The sooner you can be seen by a dentist the better. If we are closed however, here is some EMERGENCY DENTAL ADVICE . Use painkillers as directed on the packet until you can be seen.

We will book you in as soon as we can. Please contact us via the booking form now, with all the details. Or text us on the dentist emergency phone 0473 374 166. This phone is only active after hours and on Sundays. If your call is not returned please call again, as sometimes the calls get missed. Keep calling - I will get back to you!


Day time numbers are Ballina 6681 6680 and Gbah dentist 6624 7068

Drugs

Drugs are the last on the list because they are the last option in dealing with dental pain. Your dentist will advise on the best dental treatment so that you do not need to take drugs. However, drugs can be very helpful in combination with proper dental treatment.

Pain Relief Medication: Assuming there are no medical reasons that you cannot take certain medications, this regime can help.

Antibiotics: Should only be considered when there are signs and symptoms other than pain, ie redness, swelling, fever or feeling ill. Your dentist will prescribe as required.