Are you suffering from a bad toothache?

Have you just encountered severe dental trauma?

Our emergency dentists are available Monday to Friday from 7:45am to 5pm and Saturday from 8am to 12noon.

Out of these hours please contact the Royal Darwin Hospital in case of trauma or facial swelling.

Knocked-out teeth

Time is critical in these situations and you should contact our emergency dentists immediately.

Fractured or chipped teeth

If you are experiencing extreme pain and bleeding, you should get in touch with our emergency dentists as soon as possible. It is best to book an appointment, even if the chip or fracture is on the surface so as to assess the extent of the damage.

Severe toothaches

I have a really bad toothache, which dentist in Darwin can help?

Has your toothache been persisting for more than a day or two? You may have tooth decay, fractures, damaged fillings, gum infections, or an abscess. Make appointment with us so that we can diagnose the source of your pain and help with the relevant treatments.

Swelling around teeth and gums

Swelling is a sign of infection. It is best to see a professional so as to remediate the situation and ensure that the infection doesn’t spread.

Lost fillings or crowns

A missing filling or crown can result in sensitivity to pressure, air or temperature.

Dental abscess

When it comes to oral health, leaving a problem untreated can result in worse outcomes, such as the spread of an infection. If you are experiencing a dental emergency and are in need of treatment give us a call immediately.


111 Smith Street Darwin NT 0800

(08) 8981 9149


Monday to Friday: 7:45am – 5:00pm

Saturday: 8:00am – 12:00pm (By Appointment)

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