Emergency Dental

Emergency Dental Services in Sydney

Are you suffering from a dental emergency? If you’re experiencing aching, bleeding, a cracked tooth or implant, damage to your braces or have knocked out a tooth, you can call the TLC Dentist for emergency dental care and get an appointment on the same day you call. 

Please call ASAP to ensure that we can schedule you in, at your earliest convenience.

When Do I Need To See An Emergency Dentist?

If you’re thinking about seeing an
emergency dentist in Sydney, then you’re probably dealing with a lot of discomfort. Common dental emergencies that our dentists address:

  • Severe pain or aching
  • Bleeding of the teeth, gums or lips
  • Infected tooth (or dental abscess)
  • Cracked tooth, teeth, implant, crown, braces or veneers
  • Knocked a tooth out 
  • Objects stuck in teeth or gums
  • Facial swelling
  • Wisdom teeth pain
  • Loose tooth
  • Lost orthodontic retainer
  • Lost filling

If you are experiencing any of these issues or another form of dental trauma – you need to see an emergency dentist. 

Fast, responsive care is important so that your dental issues can quickly be addressed. Ignoring dental pain in some cases can lead to serious long-term damage, so we want to help you get help quickly.



While we are not open 24/7 days a week, for the days that we are free, you can have peace of mind that our patients with dental emergencies are our priority, and you will be put first in line. 

Call us on (02) 9558 0225 to book your emergency dental appointment.


Our emergency dental clinic offers fast treatment for a range of dental emergencies.

Emergency Tooth Extraction

When a tooth cannot be saved, our emergency dentists can provide an emergency dental extraction. After a dental extraction, we recommend replacing the damaged tooth with a dental implant, crown or bridge

A dentist emergency tooth extraction may be recommended if a tooth is badly damaged, affected by severe periodontal diseases, infected, or remains painful after a restorative treatment such as root canal treatment, filling, or crown. However, this is usually the last option. When possible, we recommend a root canal treatment to save the natural tooth, which is better for your overall oral health. Read more about tooth extractions.

Emergency Root Canal

A root canal treatment can save a damaged tooth. In severe cases, you may need emergency care. We’ll schedule you in at the earliest available time to save your tooth. Read more about root canal treatment.  

  • Discolouration
  • Consistent pain
  • Broken tooth
  • Severe tooth decay

Emergency Wisdom Tooth Removal 

A wisdom tooth removal becomes an emergency when it is causing you unbearable pain. In cases of impacted wisdom teeth, a wisdom tooth with cavities or exposed nerves, it is important to get quick and attentive care. Read more about wisdom tooth removal.

Emergency Filling Replacement

When a filling is loose or falls out, it is important to have it replaced. While this is a dental emergency that doesn’t need as quick attention as a broken tooth, abscess or swelling, it should be kept clean and replaced with an emergency dentist filling within 3 days. Read more about dental fillings.