Emergency Dentist Auckland | Emergency Dentists Mt Albert

Call us now and we will do everything we can to see you today – or at a time that best suits you. Emergency Dentist Auckland | Emergency Dentists Mt Albert.

Call us now on 849-2262. We’ll do everything in our power to see you today. Or at a time that best suits you.

Dentist St Lukes – Emergency Dentist Auckland. 52 St Lukes Rd, St Lukes (near Westfield St Lukes).

Why you should call us in 15 words…

  • Lower cost
  • Skilled and experienced dentists
  • We’ll see you quickly
  • Low-pain & no-pain options

This is the promise of Dentist St Lukes – Emergency Dentist Auckland…

Lower Cost

At Dentist St Lukes – Emergency Dentist Auckland, we’re about looking after your interests ethically. This means providing you with professional dentistry and affordable prices.

We understand that keeping cost to a minimum may be very important to you. Thus, if you have a dental emergency, we focus on solving your problems. We will not do any upselling.

What if there are other problems? If we see other problems or issues when you visit us, we will mention them and let you be the judge as to when and where they are attended to. Again, it’s about keeping costs in check. As an emergency dentist Auckland specialist, we can help by providing you with clear explanations in simple language. Words that are easy to understand. You are always the boss, so we let you decide about any additional work.

Another cost saving for you. When we do emergency dentist work for you (at the same appointment) we usually do not charge a consultation fee. That’s a saving of $50.00 to $85.00 for you.

Avoiding over-prescribing: Again, unless you request it, we will not over-prescribe. We want to do whatever we can to earn your trust and your respect. Our ongoing goal is to be the best value for money emergency dentist Auckland.

Skilled and experienced dentists

If it’s urgent, or you have a dental emergency, you need a dentist with the skills and experience to do it right. At Dentist St Lukes – Emergency Dentist Auckland, that’s our specialty. Every dentist in our team has been selected on this basis.

To qualify as a Dentist St Lukes and an Emergency Dentist Auckland, means special requirements. Our dentists must be able to quickly and accurately assess your urgent or emergency situation.

They must also have the training and experience to provide quality and cost-effective solutions.

Then there’s the pain issue. Our Dentist St Lukes and Emergency Dentist Auckland are experts in rapid pain relief. They understand how to solve dental problems with no or low discomfort.

Seeing you quickly

If you’re in pain or have lost a filling etc, you’ll want it attended to quickly – we understand this. Our whole booking system is geared around serving you and your needs.

So if an emergency dentist Auckland is your need, call us now. We will do our best to see you as soon as possible. Or if you wish, we will do our best to schedule a dentist to see you at a time that suits you.

No pain or low pain options

There are several different types of anaesthetics and sedation to reduce pain or discomfort. At White Cross Dentist St Lukes, (emergency dentist Auckland), our dentists can recommend the best type of pain relief for your needs. If you have any queries in this area, call our friendly staff for answers to your questions.

Our team is here for you…

It’s not just our emergency dentists that are set up to serve you. At White Cross Dentist St Lukes (emergency dentist Auckland), we are a dental emergency team. Our telephone operator is trained to listen to you carefully and provide you with information on what you can do to minimise pain or discomfort until you see the dentist.

When you come to our St Lukes White Cross Dental Surgery (emergency dentist Auckland), you will be greeted by our surgery receptionist. We promise that you will be treated with care and respect.

If you have any special medical conditions that may impact your treatment, our team will get this information so your dentist is informed and prepared.

Common problems St Lukes White Cross (emergency dentist Auckland) can handle for you…

  • Toothache: Tooth pain that disturbs you at night can make your life a misery and cause distress to others. In just 30 to 40 minutes, we can usually identify the cause of your pain and return your life to normal.
  • Broken tooth or snapped off tooth: Apart from the obvious appearance problems, a broken or snapped-off tooth can cut your lip and tongue, causing further discomfort and damage. As qualified emergency dentist Auckland, we can quickly make a repair. If a nerve has been exposed, we can do a covering or filling for a permanent or a temporary fix.
  • Pain when biting or drinking hot or cold liquids (teeth sensitive to temperatures): This can have a negative impact on your daily life. There are numerous causes of these problems. Usually we can pinpoint the problem and provide quick relief for you. If the problem persists, we have other options.
  • Accidental injury: If you are suffering dental trauma and need prompt attention, we are here to help you. At St Lukes White Cross (emergency dentist Auckland) we are very experienced with all issues relating to dental accidents and dental trauma. We can promptly assess your situation and stabilise any loose teeth and/or repair broken or missing teeth.
  • ACC Claims made simpler: Should an ACC claim be appropriate, we are experienced and very familiar with all the ACC requirements. We can do around 90% of the claim procedure for you. This makes your insurance claim much simpler for you.
  • Missing tooth: As emergency dentist Auckland, we frequently get asked about missing tooth options. We can answer this via a telephone call. Or, more effectively, by examining the missing tooth location and giving you options to choose from. Some options are…
    • leaving the space,
    • a simple or temporary denture,
    • a dental bridge,
    • a dental implant.
    • We can explain the costs and benefits of each option for you.
  • Swelling and gum problems: Swollen face, sore gums, lump on gums or ulcers are other conditions we can provide treatment for. Call our friendly and caring Emergency Dentist Auckland staff at St Lukes White Cross Dental (09 849-2262) for more information or answers to your questions.

Call us now and we will do all in our power to see you today. Or you can choose a time that suits you

Telephone 849-2262 Emergency Dentist Auckland – White Cross Dental St Lukes.

How to minimise the pain until you see a dentist?

Toothache is not easy to endure. However, there is some good news.

The excruciating pain of a toothache is not as common as it once was. This is because of better dental care. And also more regular check-ups.

So when dental or mouth pain occurs, it’s a signal that you should not ignore. Even if it goes away.

How to relieve toothache pain…

The following advice from our St Lukes emergency dentist Auckland is provided with an important caution. If you have a medical condition, you should always be guided by your doctor…

You can use pain relief such as two Paracetamol – 500mg tablets every 4 – 6 hours – no more than eight tablets per 24 hours.

Paracetamol precautions

  • People with known sensitivities or allergies to or bad reactions to paracetamol, should avoid it.
  • Paracetamol is very dangerous in overdose. If you suspect you have overdosed, talk to a health practitioner and or poisons authority for advice as soon as possible.
  • Here is a link to detailed and authoritative data on Paracetmol:

The common brands of aspirin or ibuprofen are (Nurofen) or diclofenac (Voltaren)

There are others in the family of anti-inflammatory drugs called NSAIDs. These can be very beneficial. This is due to their pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory qualities – working together to relieve the toothache.

Precautions with anti-inflammatories

  • Here are some precautions with aspirin- and ibuprofen- (NSAID) based pain relievers…
  • People with previous sensitivities, allergies to Ibuprofen or other NSAIDs, or bad reactions to NSAIDS should avoid these.
  • Pregnant women shouldn’t take NSAIDS as there is risk to their unborn child.
  • People on other blood thinners should avoid NSAIDS or only take them on the recommendation of their doctor or registered health provider.
  • People with gut conditions or stomach ulcers should avoid this family of drugs.
  • People who suffer kidney disease should only take NSAIDS on the recommendation of their doctor or registered health provider.
  • Asthmatics and people with hay fever should use NSAIDS with caution or avoid them altogether if their conditions are aggravated by taking them.
  • Sufferers of heart disease, or people with a previous history of strokes and even blood pressure issues, need to take NSAIDS under advice from their medical practitioner.
  • The NSAID drugs are very dangerous if overdosed. If you suspect you have overdosed, contact a health practitioner and or poisons authority for advice promptly.

This information is provided by St Lukes emergency dentist Auckland

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And of course there are the old-fashioned remedies

Oil of Cloves can also work for toothache Рit must be applied sparingly to the affected tooth. Care should be taken because it may burn or ulcerate the gums or skin of the mouth. http://health.howstuffworks.com/wellness/oral-care/problems/how-to-deal-with-toothache.htm

Why you should call us in 15 words…

  • Lower cost
  • Skilled and experienced dentists
  • We’ll see you quickly
  • Low-pain & no-pain options

Call us now on 849-2262 and we will do our very best to see you today – or at a time that best suits you.

  • You will be welcomed and treated by an Emergency Dentist Auckland professional.
  • We have several options to save you money and keep costs down.

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