When are we open?

Dental Sense Midland is open 6 days a week, so if you are looking for a dentist on a Saturday or late night you have come to the right place! We are your emergency dentist in Midland!

Dental Sense have emergency dental appointments available everyday. You can either call us on 08 9250 8844 or book online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through HealthEngine. Follow this link to book online: Dental Sense Online Bookings

COVID-19 Update:

Dental Sense is still open 6 days a week to help provide emergency dental treatment to the people of Midland and surrounding suburbs. In fact we have actually extended our trading hours to help people who are in pain!

Throughout the COVID-19 outbreak Dental Sense has remained open to provide emergency treatment for people in need. We have put in place strict cleaning processes for our waiting room to ensure patient safety.

We have added some specific FAQ’s on the COVID-19 outbreak, click here for more information

Our opening hours are:

  • Monday: 8am to 5pm
  • Tuesday: 8am to 7pm
  • Wednesday: 8am to 6pm
  • Thursday: 8am to 5pm
  • Friday: 8am to 5pm
  • Saturday: 8am to 1pm
  • Sunday: Closed
Emergency Dentist Midland and Perth

What do I do in a dental emergency?

Don’t delay – time is critical

Keep calm and find the tooth

Pick up the tooth by the crown (whiter part) and avoid touching the root.

DO NOT hold or rub the root surface or let the tooth dry. This is because the living cell lining the root of the tooth could become damaged and die.

DO NOT put the tooth on ice or keep in water.

DO NOT remove any tissue or gum fragments from the tooth. Try to leave the tooth as is.

DO NOT replant a baby tooth. There is a risk of injury to the underlying adult tooth. In doubt, place the tooth in milk and seek dental advice.

If the tooth is dirty, rinse it in milk. Milk not available? rinse briefly (a few seconds) under cold tap water, NOT in antiseptic.

Put the tooth back into the socket. Use the other teeth as a guide.

To keep the tooth in place either bite on a cloth or use finger pressure. Aluminium foil can be used to help stabilise the tooth.

If UNABLE TO PLACE THE TOOTH IN THE SOCKET, keep moist by following one of these alternatives…

  • Place the tooth in person’s mouth between the cheek and gums

  • Put the tooth in a glass of milk

  • Cover the tooth with the person’s saliva and wrap in plastic cling (Glad) wrap


Call Dental Sense urgently advising that it is a dental emergency and we will try to get you in as quickly as possible. We are the emergency dentist in Midland

The above information is an extract from Dental Health Services of Western Australia website, where you can find additional information.

Also the Australian Dental Association of WA have some good resources as well.

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or contact us below

Dental Sense Midland

Call: 08 9250 8844

Email: dentists@dentalsense.com.au

Map: 2 Mellar Ct, Midland WA 6056

Opening Hours:

Mon: 8am – 5pm

Tue: 8am – 7pm

Wed: 8am – 6pm

Thu: 8am – 5pm

Fri: 8am – 5pm

Sat: 8am – 1pm

Sun: Closed


(08) 9250 8844


2 Mellar Ct, Midland WA 6056 (map)