Unlock Your Superannuation to Cover the Cost of Emergency Dental Treatments
Facing a sudden dental emergency can be distressing, both for your health and your wallet. However, with Super, you may have the option to access your superannuation to fund your emergency dental treatment.
Whether it’s a severe toothache, a dental infection, a broken tooth, or any other urgent dental concern, we want to ensure you get the care you need promptly.
A broken tooth is a dental emergency that occurs when a tooth is chipped, cracked, or fractured. This condition is considered an emergency because it can lead to significant pain, discomfort, and potential complications if left untreated.
A knocked-out tooth is a dental emergency that requires immediate attention. Our dentist will evaluate the tooth’s condition, clean the socket if needed, and attempt reattachment. In some cases, a splint or wire may be used to stabilise the tooth while it heals.
When braces or retainers become broken or damaged, it’s essential to address the issue promptly to ensure that your orthodontic treatment progresses smoothly. Attempting to fix or adjust them yourself can lead to more significant problems and potentially prolong your treatment
Treatment for impacted wisdom teeth typically involves addressing the pain, infection, or other complications caused by these third molars, which often do not have enough space to fully erupt properly. If you experience symptoms like pain, swelling, infection, or difficulty opening your mouth due to impacted wisdom teeth, it’s essential to seek urgent dental care.
If you are experiencing a severe toothache, it’s crucial to seek dental care promptly. Ignoring a severe toothache can lead to complications and worsen the underlying issue. Our dentist will assess your condition and recommend the most appropriate treatment to address the cause of the pain and restore your oral health.
We are preferred providers for NIB and HCF.
We Handle Dental Emergencies