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Emergency Clinic with Trauma Care

Whether it is an unbearable toothache or an accident affecting your teeth, the Emergency Clinic of the University Clinic of Dentistry Vienna is there for you 365 days a year.

DDr. Robert Mallinger, Head of the Emergency Clinic with Trauma Care
DDr. Robert Mallinger
Head of the Emergency Clinic with Trauma Care

A toothache does not care about business hours. An inflamed tooth can also hurt on weekends and holidays or be the result of an accident. At the Emergency Clinic of the University Clinic of Dentistry Vienna, we are here for you every day from 8 am to 1 pm, and on weekends and holidays. Changes to our opening hours can be found on the home page. This mostly concerns the holidays around Christmas and New Year’s. At the Emergency Clinic with Trauma Care, we treat 20,000 patients a year. In the eight treatment units of the Emergency Clinic, four dentists and up to 18 students are on duty in order to treat urgent cases quickly and professionally. For optimal results, it is important that patients come to the Emergency Clinic as soon as possible.

DDr. Robert Mallinger, Head of the Emergency Clinic with Trauma Care

DDr. Robert Mallinger

Head of the Emergency Clinic with Trauma Care


Overview of our Range of Services

  • treatment of acute pain
  • care of tooth traumas after accidents
  • care of broken prostheses or prosthetics that have fallen out
  • complications after dental treatments

Correct Behaviour after an Accident with Dental Trauma

Keep calm! Your tooth can very probably be saved, if you behave correctly.

Please try to get examined by us immediately at the University Clinic of Dentistry or your dentist.

The less time elapses between the accident and the examination, the better the chances for healing.

Tooth without visible damage

Tooth without visible damage

Determine the likelihood of invisible fractures

Broken tooth

Broken tooth

Look for the tooth fragments and bring them to the dentist

Tooth loose or askew

Tooth loose or askew

Leave the teeth alone until the examination, don’t touch them or eat anything

Knocked-out tooth

Knocked-out tooth

Please look for your tooth immediately and keep it in a tooth-saving storage device. If you don’t have one, put your tooth in UHT milk or wrap it in cling film. Do not clean the tooth or store it dry, it should be kept moist.


Making an Appointment

Head: DDr. Robert Mallinger


Central Registration

Team: Katharina Celar-Vojtechovsky (lead), Helga Brixa, Agnes Font, Natascha Fuchs, Bettina Lackner, Monika Saffer, Cornelia Schmid

Emergency Clinic
Mon – Sun: 8 am - 1 pm

T: +43 (0)1 40070-2000
E: aufnahme-unizahnklinik@meduniwien.ac.at

Sensengasse 2a
1090 Wien
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