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Emergency Dental Helpline - 0800 282 569

4 Auckland Locations Open 7 Days a Week From 8:30am To Late (Including Holidays)

When faced with dental emergencies, it's crucial to seek the immediate care of an emergency dentist, especially when you require emergency dentist services in Auckland.

Whether you're experiencing excruciating tooth pain, a knocked-out tooth, or any other urgent dental issue, the expertise and prompt attention of an emergency dentist can make all the difference in preserving oral health and alleviating discomfort.

Remember, timely action can often prevent further complications and ensure a swift return to a pain-free, healthy smile.

Experiencing any of the following? Call us now.

1. Toothache
2. Tooth abscess
3. Chipped or
broken tooth
4. Swollen or painful gums
5. Broken crown
6. Cavity
7. Recent dental trauma or accident
8. Infected or inflamed tooth
9. Requiring
tooth extraction
10 Requiring
root canal therapy

Don't hesitate to contact our Auckland Family Dental practices when the need arises; your dental well-being depends on it.

We have an emergency dentist open now to cater to urgent matters concerning your oral health.

A woman with curly hair, holding her left side of the face, looking in pain.

How Much Does Emergency
Dental Treatment Cost?

The cost of emergency dental treatment at Auckland Family Dental can vary based on the specific service required and the extent of the issue. We offer competitive pricing and can provide you with an estimate after an initial assessment. Rest assured, our focus at Auckland Family Dental is on providing effective care while being considerate of your budget.

What Can I Do to Help with the
Pain from a Dental Injury?

When you're suffering from toothache due to a dental injury, it's crucial to seek professional dental care as soon as possible. However, if immediate treatment isn't available, there are steps you can take to manage the pain.

Auckland Family Dental recommends the following:

Pain Relief Medication

Over-the-counter pain relief medication can help ease the discomfort.

Cold Compresses

Applying cold compresses or ice to the affected area can reduce swelling and provide pain relief.

A front tooth that is fractured.

What Should You Do When a Tooth Falls Out?

If a tooth falls out, it's important to act quickly to increase the chances of successful re-implantation. Here's what to do at Auckland Family Dental:

1. Pick up the tooth by the crown, avoiding contact with the root.

2. Gently rinse the tooth with milk or a saline solution if it's dirty.

3. Attempt to re-insert the tooth into the socket, if possible. If not, place it in a container of milk to keep it moist.

4. Seek immediate dental care at Auckland Family Dental for re-implantation or other appropriate treatment.

Payment Plans

Explore your payment plan options below or reach out to our friendly team for more information. We also have received 5-star reviews on Google, which is a testament to our quality service.

Interest-Free Payment Plan Options:

  • Q Card or Q Mastercard: Ideal for treatments over $500, offering 18 months of interest-free payments. This allows you to receive the necessary treatment without an immediate financial burden. Apply for a Q Card here.

  • Zip Interest-Free: If your treatment costs are under $800, Zip is an excellent choice. You can spread the cost over 4 fortnightly payments with no interest or additional fees. Apply for Zip online here.

  • WINZ Support: For those with limited income or receiving benefits, Work and Income (WINZ) can provide financial support for dental treatment. We offer quotes for you to take to WINZ, and once your treatment cost is covered, we can begin the treatment, typically within 2-3 days. All our practices are registered with WINZ, schedule your WINZ quote here.

Don't let financial worries hold you back from maintaining your oral health.

How Can You Prevent a Dental Emergency?

Preventing dental emergencies is crucial for your oral health. Our Auckland emergency dentists recommends the following preventive measures:

1. Maintain good oral hygiene through regular brushing and flossing.

2. Wear mouthguards if you're involved in contact sports.

3. Avoid chewing hard objects like ice or popcorn kernels.

4. Schedule regular dental check-ups at Auckland Family Dental to catch and address potential issues early.

Have Questions?

Contact us at: 0800 282 569 for dental emergencies.

Or, you can book an appointment online.

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I can not recommend these guys highly enough. From the very first phone call they are so helpful and extremely professional.

I needed some emergency dental care done and the team here bent of backwards to look after me within a matter of hours.

Thanks so much!

A 5-star rating.

Sinead L.

I made an emergency dental appointment with Auckland Family Dental.

They were able to book me on the day for an extraction of a back tooth which was causing a lot of pain.

The team were so friendly and inviting considering the levels and circumstances of covid.

The nurse was amazing she helped keep me calm and just told me to breath, before I knew it the tooth was already out. Thanks again Auckland Family Dental.

A 5-star rating.

Vanda H.

... I contacted more than 10 dentists asking for quotes and I was told by many that my surgery was going to be tricky, risky and I needed a real professional-that made me even more scared. After days of research I decided to go with Auckland Family Dental.

They were quick to respond, organised my surgery right away and their pricing was very reasonable compared to other quotes I received.

Their whole team was awesome and they tried everything to make me feel at ease...

My biggest fear basically turned into a short nap under IV sedation and couple days of swollen cheeks :) if I had to do this all over again, I would chose them again.

A 5-star rating.