Emergency Dentist in Kenmore, Brisbane

If you have a dental emergency and need a dentist now we’re able to help whether you’re an existing patient or not

Dental emergencies can happen at any time – spontaneous tooth ache or a cracked tooth can really ruin your day, weekend or upcoming holiday. If you need an emergency dental clinic in Brisbane (we’re located in Kenmore) please give Polished Dental a call! We are more than happy to help, and understand that with dental problems time is of the essence. Whether you’re 7 or 70, the team at Polished Dental are standing by to help with any emergency dental care, 7 days a week.

We are open early mornings and late nights as well as both Saturday and Sunday

This ensures we are always available to tend to any emergencies.

We intentionally have multiple appointments reserved each day for dental emergencies.

Our friendly team will welcome you to the practice, listen to the problem at hand, carefully explain to you what has happened and what we can do to fix the problem. We will also give you all options available and discuss costs so we can work with you to get you out of pain and make sure the problem is solved properly.

Book an Appointment

If you require emergency dental services in and around Kenmore, Brisbane, please contact the friendly team at Polished Dental on 3878 3889 or make an online booking (available 24/7).

Alternatively, if it’s not an emergency but you’re looking for a Sunday dentist
in Brisbane, we’re also happy to help!

If one of your teeth is knocked out,
here’s what to do.

It’s not uncommon for a tooth to get knocked out (what’s known in the trade as a tooth avulsion) when playing contact sport. Mouthguards have helped to reduce the number of incidents, and are still the best preventative option. If you play any form of contact sport, at either a professional or amateur level, we strongly recommend the use of a well fitted mouthguard.

If you experience a knocked-out tooth, follow these steps.

Stay calm, and try to find the tooth.
Wash it very gently in either milk or a saline solution. Don’t scrub it, and try not to make any contact with the root end.
Try to put the tooth back in its cavity. Check your other teeth to see what way to face the tooth, then push it firmly into the cavity to put it back in place.
If that isn’t possible, keep the tooth in milk or a saline solution or in your mouth against a cheek. We want to keep the cells in the root alive until you can see a dentist.
Whether you have managed to put the tooth back in or not, book in for emergency dental treatment with us as soon as you can.

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Trading Hours

  • Monday 7:30am-7:30pm
  • Tuesday 7:30am-7:30pm
  • Wednesday 7:30am-6:00pm
  • Thursday 7:30am-5:00pm
  • Friday 7:30am-5:00pm
  • Saturday 8:30am-1:00pm
  • Sunday 8:30am-1:00pm