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Emergency Dental

$99 Consultation and X-rays for Emergency Dental Procedures

At Helix Dental, we believe that your oral health should never be compromised, especially during a dental emergency. That's why we're thrilled to offer you a truly remarkable deal.

At Helix Dental, we understand that dental emergencies can happen at any time, causing discomfort and distress. That’s why we prioritize providing immediate care and support when you need it most. Our team of highly skilled Gold Coast dentists is here to assist you with prompt and efficient treatment, ensuring your oral health is restored and your pain is relieved.

Dental Emergency?

  • While we don't always guarantee same-day appointments for emergencies, we want to assure you that we genuinely do our best to accommodate your urgent dental needs as promptly as possible. We understand the importance of timely care and appreciate your patience and understanding in these situations.

Compassionate and Experienced Dentists

  • Our dentists are not only highly skilled but also genuinely caring individuals who prioritize your comfort and well-being. They have extensive experience in handling dental emergencies and are trained to provide swift and effective solutions to alleviate your pain and resolve the issue.

State-of-the-Art Technology

  • At Helix Dental, we believe in staying at the forefront of dental advancements. We have invested in premium technology and modern equipment to enhance our ability to diagnose and treat dental emergencies accurately. Our advanced tools aid in expedited diagnoses, ensuring a speedy resolution to your dental issue.

Patient-Centered Approach

  • We prioritize your comfort and satisfaction throughout your emergency dental visit. Our team understands the anxiety that can accompany a dental emergency, and we strive to create a calm and reassuring environment. We take the time to listen to your concerns, address any questions you may have, and provide detailed explanations of the treatment options available to you.

Comprehensive Emergency Dental Services

  • Whether you're experiencing severe toothache, a knocked-out tooth, a broken crown, or any other dental emergency, we are equipped to handle a wide range of urgent dental situations. Our team will conduct a thorough examination, provide immediate relief, and devise a personalized treatment plan to restore your oral health.

Contact Helix Dental for Dental Emergencies


Dental emergencies can include severe toothache, a knocked-out tooth, a broken or chipped tooth, a loose dental restoration (such as a crown or filling), oral infections, or injuries to the mouth or jaw. Any situation that causes significant pain, bleeding, or jeopardizes your oral health should be considered a dental emergency.

In most cases, it is recommended to visit a dentist for dental emergencies rather than going to the emergency room. Dentists are specifically trained to handle dental issues and have the necessary equipment to provide appropriate care. However, if you are experiencing severe bleeding, a broken jaw, or a life-threatening emergency, it is best to go to the emergency room.

It is crucial to seek treatment for a dental emergency as soon as possible. Prompt care can help alleviate pain, prevent further damage, and increase the chances of successful treatment. Contact your dentist immediately to schedule an emergency appointment or seek advice on how to manage the situation until you can be seen.

If you have a knocked-out tooth, it’s essential to act quickly. Rinse the tooth gently with water, being careful not to remove any attached tissues. Try to reinsert the tooth into its socket, if possible, without forcing it. If that’s not possible, place the tooth in a container of milk or saliva and bring it with you to the dentist. Seek dental attention immediately, as the chances of saving the tooth decrease significantly with time.

Over-the-counter pain relievers, such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen, can help temporarily relieve dental pain until you can see a dentist. Follow the instructions on the packaging and consult with your dentist if the pain persists or worsens.

While not all dental emergencies can be prevented, there are some steps you can take to minimize the risk. These include maintaining good oral hygiene, wearing a mouthguard during sports activities, avoiding chewing hard objects or ice, and scheduling regular dental check-ups to address any potential issues before they become emergencies.

Note: Remember, these FAQs provide general information, but it’s always best to consult with a dental professional for personalized advice and treatment.