Emergency Dentist and Dental Services

Tooth pain? Broken tooth? Swollen gums? Soft tissue trauma or injury? If you are experiencing severe pain, a tooth abscess, or have sustained dental trauma, Choice Dental can provide you with emergency dental treatment. We provide emergency dentist services during opening hours, Monday to Saturday.


Dental Emergency Services

Choice Dental provides dental emergency services for Browns Plains, Logan City, and the surrounding area.

Choice Dental provides emergency dental services for the residents of our local Browns Plains community and the surrounding suburbs of Logan City, including Regents Park, Heritage ParkCrestmead, Marsden, Drewvale, Logan Central, Park Ridge, Berrinba, Kingston, Woodridge, Calamvale, Parkinson, Hillcrest, Forestdale, Brisbane, and Boronia Heights.

Emergency Dental Care You Can Depend On

Our dental team treats dental emergencies with the utmost care, skill, and attention – saving your teeth may depend on it.

We understand the pain, stress, and anxiety one may experience from a sudden acute oral condition or unexpected injury. One of our top priorities is to help put our patients at ease – from kids to seniors – by providing immediate pain relief and comforting dentistry care.

Not all oral injuries or acute oral conditions require emergency dental treatment. A minor chipped tooth from biting on a cherry pit or losing a filling can probably wait till you book the next available appointment.

For more severe tooth injuries, you should seek immediate treatment. However, choosing between a dentist and a hospital emergency department can be a critical decision.

A physical impact – such as a sports injury or a falling accident – that causes major damage to your teeth and gums, may also have resulted in concussion – and possible bleeding in your brain. In this case, it is advisable to go straight to a hospital emergency department for urgent medical assessment, observation, and treatment.

The following oral injuries and acute oral conditions definitely require emergency dental treatment (if not accompanied by any signs of head injury):


Knocked-out Tooth

An avulsed tooth can be reimplanted successfully by a dentist within an hour of being knocked out.

Extruded Tooth

A tooth that has shifted from its usual position, and is in a “hanging by a thread” situation could be an emergency.

Broken Tooth

A piece of the tooth that has broken away, resulting in bleeding and dental pain.

Dental Abscess

Dental abscesses are painful infections of the tooth root and may be a dental emergency.

Severe Oral Bleeding

Bleeding as a result of trauma, that doesn’t stop within a few minutes may need emergency care.

Serious Oral Infections

Infections with facial swelling and extreme pain can mean you need urgent dental care.

Broken or Lost Crowns

Broken crowns from a tooth that hasn’t received root canal treatment can be a tooth emergency and you should see a dentist.

Severe Oral Pain

Pain as a result of dental trauma, even if there is no visible tooth damage.

In the event of a dental emergency, even if you are not sure, call us immediately*

For all dental emergencies, call Choice Dental on (07) 3809 3320

Our dentists or staff can provide instructions and advice regarding all types of dental emergencies. Call us at Choice Dental during business hours on (07) 3809 3320.

* You do not need to be a registered patient to access emergency dental treatment at our clinic.

After Hours Emergency Appointment

If you require after hours emergency dental treatment, contact and/or attend the emergency department at your nearest local hospital. Emergency dental care can be obtained from the following hospitals.


Dental First Aid Advice Whenever You Need It

When you call Choice Dental on (07) 3809 3320 for your dental emergency, our helpful reception will have one of our dental professionals consult with you over the phone. They will be able to give you essential first aid advice and information. Calling ahead also allows us to prepare for your emergency treatment ahead of your arrival.

Stay Informed and Be Prepared

If you inform yourself about basic dental first aid, you can better prepare for dental emergencies when they occur. Administrating immediate action and basic first aid may help stabilize a dental emergency situation before transiting to our dental clinic.

Before an emergency occurs, take a little time to read the following dental emergency guides and articles available on our website:

What to Expect During a Dentist Consultation

Typically our dental emergency appointments are around 30 minutes in duration.
During your emergency appointment, your treating dentist will conduct an examination to assess and diagnose your oral condition, and discuss the most appropriate dental treatment solutions with you.

We understand that in some acute dental emergencies, immediate care and attention are necessary to save a tooth or treat a severe infection. We also offer immediate pain relief as a temporary measure before you are assessed for a more permanent dental solution to your oral condition.

Dental Quotes and Informed Financial Consent

We provide an obligation-free quote for your preferred treatment plan – before you proceed with any dental treatment. This quote outlays the item numbers and service fees of all the dental procedures required as part of your treatment.

If you have private health cover, our HICAPS terminal allows for immediate health fund claims. Be sure to let us know if you are a BUPA platinum member, NIB member, HCF member, or TUH health fund member so that we can give you an accurate quote. We can also inform you of any out-of-pocket expenses incurred due to the difference between your benefits cover and your quoted fee – this ensures you make an informed decision regarding your follow-up dental treatment expenses.

Emergency Care Services FAQ’s

What are the most common types of dental emergency?

Common dental emergencies can include a toothache, a broken tooth, a knocked-out tooth, lost filling, loose crown, or a dental abscess.

Should I go to the emergency room for a dental emergency?

Should I go to the emergency room for a dental emergency? Most hospitals cannot do much for common dental emergencies. Call Choice Dental and we will see you as soon as possible.  However, if your neck starts to swell and your breathing is affected, please go to hospital straight away for urgent airway treatment.  

What can I do for a toothache when the dentist is closed?

Rinse your mouth with warm water and floss to remove any loose debris. If there is swelling, apply a cold compress to the area.  For pain relief, take painkillers like panadol and if allowed by your doctor/pharmacist, take ibuprofen too.  It is safe to take both panadol and ibuprofen at the same time.  Follow the directions on the box for each medication regarding dosage.   

Reviews from Happy Customers

Olivia C.

Choice Dental Browns Plains was amazing. For my first time going there and they were great, all the staff were friendly and I will definitely be returning.
P.S. Megan you’re a champ, I was so scared and you made me feel relaxed when i was getting my tooth pulled out thank you again and your team

Mandeep S.

I would highly recommend this clinic and Dr Shivani. My wife had to have an urgent tooth extraction during her pregnancy and they were so supportive and really looked after us and that was during the COVID lockdown. Lifesavers!!

Melissa B.

My daughter was in pain and I called about 10 dentists and no way any could fit her in. Called Choice Dental and they were amazing. Very informative and understanding. They got her in after school on the same day. The dentist we saw was amazing and took time to make her feel nice and calm before proceeding with the extraction. Highly recommend this dentist. 10/10!!!

Peter G.

Thank you Choice Dental Browns Plains, after 2 nights with very little sleep from a bad toothache, I rang at 7:45 am this morning to see if they could help me at short notice, no problem whatsoever, got an 11:20 appointment and was looked after by Shivari Bhri, job well done! I was home with a lot less pain after a root canal done, now recovering with some good medicine, hopefully a good night’s sleep tonight.

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If you are willing and able to make an informed decision about the treatment option that best suits your needs and budget by the end of your consultation, we may be able to schedule same-day treatment.

We will look for an opening in our schedules so that you won’t have to return at a later date. This means your dental needs are conveniently assessed and treated on the same day you are in our clinic.

Another benefit for our emergency patients, who opt for same-day follow-up treatment, is the waiver of your dental consultation fee which will reduce your out-of-pocket expenses for the day.

For your dental emergency, call Choice Dental now on (07) 3809 3320 for prompt dental attention, care, and treatment.