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Bundoora Dental Surgery

Address: 508 Grimshaw Street

Bundoora Victoria 3087


Opening Hours

Monday-Friday    9am-5pm

Saturday          10am-5pm

Sunday                  Closed

(03) 9470 8842

For after hours

Appointments call

0421 983 283

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Broadmeadows Dental Surgery

Address: 387 Barry Road

Broadmeadows Victoria 3047


Opening Hours

Monday-Friday    9am-5pm

Saturday          10am-5pm

Sunday                  Closed

(03) 9357 7050

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Appointments call

0421 983 283

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Preston Dental Surgery

Address: Cnr Albert St and Murray Rd

Preston Victoria 3072


Opening Hours

Monday-Friday    9am-5pm

Saturday          10am-5pm

Sunday                  Closed

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Tullamarine Dental Surgery

Address: Cnr Melrose Dve and Mickleham Rd

Tullamarine Victoria 3043


Opening Hours

Monday-Friday    9am-5pm

Saturday          10am-5pm

Sunday                  Closed

(03) 9336 8181


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Appointments call

0421 983 283

Contempohealthcare runs the following dental surgeries in Melbourne:  Bundoora Dental Surgery, Broadmeadows Dental Surgery, Preston Dental Surgery and Tullamarine Dental Surgery. Call us today for an appointment with one of our dentists. Every dentist who works with us is qualified, experienced and registered with the Australian Health Practioner Regulation Agency, the peak dental registration agency in Australia. We use state of the art equipment in our dental surgeries including digital x-rays, state of the dental chairs and OPG machines. Whether your pain is the result of wisdom teeth, tooth decay, gum infection or trauma, we have experienced qualified staff that you can see.


We offer many dental services including General Dentistry, Scale and Clean, Examination, Restorations (Fillings), Extractions- simple and surgical, Surgical Removal of Wisdom teeth, Endodontic Therapy (Root canal Therapy), Surgical Implants, Crowns and Bridges, Dental Prosthetics (Fixed and Removable), Tooth Whitening and Veneers.

We also offer an after hour emergency service by appointment only. Call us today to book in an appointment with one of our dentists.


Tooth Pain and Wisdom teeth

Our Emergency Dentist in Melbourne can see you if you are suffering from dental tooth pain or wisdom tooth pain. Some of the possible treatments our dentist may suggest are root canal treatments or extractions.


Root Canal Treatment:


Root canal treatment (also called Endodontics) is needed when the blood or nerve supply of the tooth (known as the pulp) is infected through decay or injury.


A root canal is usually necessary when the tooth cannot be filled or restored any other way because the decay has reached the nerve of the tooth or the tooth has become infected.  If the pulp becomes infected, the infection may spread through the root canal system of the tooth.  This may eventually lead to an abscess.  Unless root canal treatment (RCT) is carried out the infection will spread and the tooth may need to be extracted.


Some people may prefer an extraction; however, it is usually best to keep as many natural teeth as possible.  Root canal treatment is usually very successful. However, if the infection comes back the root canal treatment can be repeated.


Root canal treatment is a skilled and time-consuming procedure that requires a local anaesthetic to anaesthetise the tooth, the root is then cleaned and filled to prevent any further infection.

Most courses of treatment will involve two or more visits to the dentist to ensure that there is no more infection.  When all the infection has cleared, the tooth is then permanently filled.


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Preston Dental Surgery

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Extractions

A tooth and its root may need to be removed or extracted due to decay, gum disease, damage, or for orthodontic reasons. Anaesthetic is used to numb the area of extraction so that the patient does not experience any pain (except some pressure) when the tooth is removed.


Adults can have up to 32 teeth.  The wisdom teeth are the last to come through, right at the back – 28 teeth is often the most we have room for.  So if all the other teeth are present and healthy there may not be enough space for the wisdom teeth to come through properly.


Wisdom teeth may also need to be extracted for the any of the following reasons:



Depending on the position and the shape of the roots, wisdom teeth may be difficult to extract. The dentist will assess and advise on the difficulty of the extraction post diagnosis of your X rays.

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