Emergency Dental Care

We understand the dental emergencies can happen at any time. If you’re experiencing one, you need prompt attention. We’ll make every effort to get you on the day, and Kinross Drive Dental is open on Saturdays for your convenience.

Types of Dental Emergencies

There are many kinds of trauma that can necessitate an emergency dental visit, such as:

Frequently Asked Questions

If the tooth is clean, put it back into the socket. When you pick it up, your fingers should touch only the upper part of the tooth—try to stay away from the root of it. If the tooth has been dirtied, wash it in milk or saliva before putting it in the socket.

If you are unable to place the tooth in the socket, put it in a cup of milk or place it in plastic wrap until your appointment time.

The fees vary depending on which services you’ll require to address your dental emergency. We’ll go over all costs of treatment with you before proceeding.

Some simple precautions can help you avoid trauma to your mouth. For example, you should always wear a mouthguard during sports. Avoid chewing hard substances such as ice, popcorn kernels or lollies, which may result in a cracked tooth. Furthermore, you should never use your teeth to open packaging.


We are Preferred Providers for All Major Health Funds

Medicare Bulk Billing for CDBS Eligible Children


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