Emergency Dentist Shepparton

Emergency Dentist in Shepparton

General Dentistry Shepparton

Dental emergencies can often happen when you least expect it, causing pain and distress, so you need a dentist who’s committed and ready to treat you at any time. Dr. Kedar Samant, your after hours dentist in Shepparton is here to provide immediate care and relief when you need it most, alleviating the anxiety dental emergencies can cause. From severe toothaches to dental trauma, he prioritises same-day appointments, even outside regular clinic hours.

Dr. Kedar’s commitment to exceptional emergency care extends to Shepparton and beyond, welcoming patients from anywhere who can travel to Adina’s Dental Clinic. Trust in Dr. Kedar for prompt and compassionate attention, ensuring your smile remains healthy and pain-free.

After Hours Dentist Shepparton
With our after-hours dentistry, you can trust that you’ll receive the same high-quality and compassionate dental care whenever an emergency arises. Your dental health is our priority, and we’re here to help whenever you need us most. If you contact us by calling or through sms prior to 6 pm, Dr. Kedar Samant will be happy to assist with your dental emergency after hours on the same day so you can soon get back to your daily life as normal.
What is Considered a Dental Emergency?

A dental emergency can be any unexpected oral condition that requires immediate attention to alleviate severe pain, prevent further damage, or address sudden complications. Some common dental emergencies include severe toothaches, knocked-out or dislodged teeth due to accidents or trauma, severe gum bleeding, and broken or chipped teeth.

Additionally, infections, swelling, or injuries resulting in facial pain or difficulty in speaking and eating may also be considered dental emergencies. If you’re experiencing any of these oral health issues it’s crucial that you seek help from a trusted emergency dentist such as Dr. Kedar Samant as quickly as possible to ensure you receive timely treatment and preserve your oral health.

Flexible Payment Plans and Insurance: Preferred Dentist for BUPA, HCF and CBHS

You shouldn’t have to delay the treatment you need especially when it comes to an emergency. That’s why with Dr. Kedar you can take advantage of a range of 0% interest flexible payment plans including NDP and Afterpay, so you can receive your treatment and pay later.

We also accept all major health funds under HICAPS and are preferred providers for BUPA, HCF and CBHS. We also accept CDBS and VEDS for eligible patients, making oral care accessible to everyone.

Emergency Dentist for Echuca, Cobram, Benalla and Surrounding Areas

Dr. Kedar Samant’s commitment to dental care extends beyond Shepparton, serving the communities of Echuca, Cobram, Benalla, and neighbouring areas. He ensures immediate responses and relaxing care during dental emergencies so you can remain calm knowing you’ll receive the benefits of nearly 30 years of experience. Whether you’re experiencing a sudden toothache, a dental injury, an oral infection or any other kind of dental emergency, Dr. Kedar is committed to alleviating your discomfort with precision and a friendly attitude. With a combination of advanced on-site technology, after-hours emergency care and a gentle approach, your well-being is always the top priority regardless of the time.


Yes! We provide late after-hours emergency dental care. Contact us via sms or call before 6pm and we can get you in for an appointment with Dr Kedar to ensure you don’t go to sleep with lingering pain.

The easiest way to tell if your toothache is considered serious is based on the intensity of the pain and how long you’ve been experiencing the pain. If the pain is severe and lasts for more than a day or two, it’s a sign you need immediate attention but it also certainly doesn’t hurt to look for oral care attention earlier.

Other symptoms, such as fever, earache, difficulty opening your mouth, or facial swelling could also indicate more severe conditions that should also get immediate treatment. Intense or sharp pain while eating or applying pressure to the tooth can indicate dental fractures or decay which if the case, you should contact your emergency dentist as soon as possible. If there is bleeding or pus in your mouth it can suggest infection or gum disease which should be looked at immediately.

Furthermore, pain that may come and go, but persists over a longer period, can indicate underlying issues. Any persistent toothache warrants a visit to a dentist, as it could indicate a more serious problem even if the pain subsides.

Unexpected sudden bleeding from your gums can often be a sign of gum disease, also known as gingivitis or periodontitis. This is typically caused by poor oral hygiene leading to plaque buildup along the gum line. However, other factors could contribute to this issue. Changes in your oral health routine, like a new toothbrush or flossing more vigorously than usual, can cause temporary bleeding.

Certain medications, particularly blood thinners, may also increase the likelihood of gum bleeding. Hormonal changes during pregnancy can make your gums more susceptible to bleeding. Less commonly, bleeding gums can be a sign of more serious conditions, such as vitamin deficiencies, clotting disorders, or mouth cancers. It’s important to consult an emergency dentist such as Dr Kedar Samant if you’re experiencing persistent or severe gum bleeding that can identify and address the issue with gentle care and haste.

Leaving a broken tooth untreated is never advisable as it can lead to several complications. Firstly, the exposed area of the tooth becomes more susceptible to bacterial infection, which can lead to painful inflammation and potentially more serious issues. Secondly, the damage can extend deeper into the tooth, potentially damaging the pulp or root, which often results in severe pain and may necessitate a root canal or even a tooth extraction.

Untreated broken teeth can also lead to problems with eating or speaking, and can cause shifts in your bite, leading to jaw pain or other dental problems which often require costly procedures to fix. Lastly, no one wants a broken tooth because the appearance of it can often impact our confidence and overall well-being. For these reasons, it is highly recommended you seek an emergency dentist in Shepparton or elsewhere such as Dr. Kedar Samant as soon as possible if you have a broken tooth.

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