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Dental Emergency Dental Adelaide

Emergency Dental Adelaide

  • 95% satisfaction rating*
  • SA's largest private practice
  • 30+ years' expertise
  • Accredited practice

During business hours

If you have a dental emergency during business hours please call us on 1300 114 114. We have daily emergency appointments available at all locations and promise to see you as soon as possible.

After hours dental care

If you have a dental emergency and we’re closed, you have the following options:

Your options:
Emergency Dental Care | Marleston (open 24 hours) Dr Danny Chu - 0422 126 286 or 0412 220 298
Adelaide Emergency Dental | North Adelaide (open 24 hours) 0437 733 350
Emergency Dental Care | Firle/Glenside (open until 9pm) 0468 456 433
 For other available on-call emergency dentists, contact the Australian Dental Association on 8272 8111.
Contact Healthdirect Australia on 1800 022 222 or click here

Often dental fees for emergency treatments after-hours are higher and may include an ‘after-hours’ call out fee, however, Health Partners benefits may apply, where the treatment is deemed an emergency, out of Health Partners operating hours and with available benefits and limits.

If you experience any significant facial swelling, uncontrolled bleeding from the mouth or dental or facial trauma it’s important that this is assessed in a hospital setting.

  • For adults, an emergency on-call dentist and maxillofacial surgery team is available at the Royal Adelaide Hospital after-hours 7074 0000
  • For children, an emergency on-call paediatric dentist is available at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital after-hours 8161 7000
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What’s classed as a dental emergency?


If you’re not sure whether or not you’re experiencing a dental emergency, ask yourself these quick questions:

  1. Are you bleeding from the mouth and will it not stop?
  2. Have you been hit in the face or mouth and do you have any loose, chipped or cracked teeth?
  3. Do you have any swelling in the mouth or lower face?
  4. Do you have any bulges or swollen gums?
  5. Are you in severe pain?

If you answered yes to any of the above, then you have a dental emergency and need a dental assessment as soon as possible to help prevent permanent damage.

More information on dental emergencies 

*Independently conducted research by New Focus Research, November 2016.