Dentists in Annerley is a privately owned practise that focuses on providing high-quality dentistry at a reasonable cost. Our goal is to assist you in achieving your objectives while also providing a good and relaxing environment for all of your dental needs.
Your total oral health and well-being is our first priority at Annerley Dentists. We are here to provide you with treatment recommendations and solutions so that you are completely informed and aware of your options, but the decision is ultimately yours. We will collaborate with you, utilising the most up-to-date technologies and methodologies.
We understand that this is a journey, and we would be delighted to assist you in achieving your objectives. As a patient-centered practise, we endeavour to make your dental experience as pleasant as possible. We’ve also included Nitrous Oxide, IV, and GA sedation for this reason.
We are very excited to meet you and begin this journey with you towards a beautiful, functioning smile and excellent oral health!
Our highly trained staff is dedicated to providing you with the finest level of dental care in a relaxing and welcoming environment. This is why we provide comprehensive dental care to patients of all ages. We can help you with everything from a scale and clean through orthodontics, dental implants, and cosmetic dentistry.
It is critical that you contact us as soon as possible for the greatest results. Our highly trained emergency dentists will do all possible to help you and advise you on what to do next.
If you have access to your tooth after it has been knocked entirely out of the socket, grab it by the crown (the white area) rather than the root. If the tooth is really unclean, gently run it under water or rinse it with your saliva or milk – do not use a forceful stream of water or scrape the tooth, even if it is very dirty.
You only have a 45-60 minute window to successfully re-insert the tooth.
By gently biting down on a piece of gauze or tissue while holding the crown of the tooth, put the tooth root first into the socket and hold it in place until your dentist’s appointment.
If you are unable to reinsert your tooth on your own, keep it in your mouth or in milk until you can see an emergency dentist. Do not submerge in water when storing.