What to do if you need urgent dental treatment.
If you need urgent, or emergency, dental treatment outside of our opening hours please contact one of the following:
- The nearest hospital with an emergency service
- Your GP
- Healthdirect helpline: 1800 022 222
- Emergency services on “000” (if related to accident/trauma)
Less urgent cases
If you’re experiencing minor discomfort, please call your HCF Dental Centre the next working day to make an appointment.
|Belconnen||(02) 6252 0200|
|Blacktown||(02) 9852 2100|
|Bondi||(02) 9386 2222|
|Brookvale||(02) 9907 5600|
|Burwood||(02) 8842 6080|
||(02) 8842 6040|
|Castle Hill||(02) 9846 0600|
|CBD Sydney||(02) 9290 0555|
|Chatswood||(02) 8448 0144|
|Chermside||(07) 3738 3200|
|Hornsby||(02) 9482 6700|
|Hurstville||(02) 8567 3244|
|Melbourne||(03) 9067 4200|
|Miranda||(02) 9503 6700|
|Parramatta||(02) 9685 1255|
|Penrith||(02) 9503 6770|
Emergency treatment at HCF Dental Centres
If you’re in significant pain, and can’t get a same-day appointment, you can come to an HCF Dental Centre and wait to see the next available dentist. Please be aware this may take some time – the best times to seek emergency treatment are 8am or 2pm.
We do everything we can to see members with a genuine dental emergency as soon as possible. Priority is given to members with trauma or a critical dental condition.
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If you have an emergency appointment we’ll only assess the tooth that is giving pain or discomfort. Emergency treatment can range from an assessment, placement of a temporary or permanent filling, dressing or prescription. Depending on the nature of the emergency, and time available, final treatment cannot be guaranteed and further appointments may be necessary. Please note that you may have to pay for emergency treatment.