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Dental Pain

Dental Pain

Everything seems fine, then all of sudden your tooth starts to ache. Or your mouth starts to hurt. Let’s be serious, dental pain is no fun.

If you’re wondering why does this happen, here are some explanations to common types of dental pain.

My tooth hurts when I eat/drink something hot or cold.
Depending on the cause of the sensitivity, treatment can be as simple as switching toothpaste. A toothpaste specifically designed for sensitive teeth can provide relief and long-lasting protection for sensitive teeth. In other cases, a root canal or gum grafting may be needed to give you the comfort you needed.

My tooth hurts when I eat or bite down.
When a tooth hurts while eating, it can be a sign of tooth decay or a cracked/fractured tooth. Your dentist can diagnose the source of the pain, treat it, and allow you to heal properly, leaving you with a pain-free smile.

My tooth is throbbing.
Intense, throbbing pain can indicate that your tooth is infected. If you are experiencing this pain with swelling, seek the attention of a dentist immediately. Your dentist can properly treat the infection before it spreads to other parts of your mouth or body.

My teeth are fine, but my jaw hurts.
Jaw pain can be a symptom of teeth clenching or grinding at night, impacted wisdom teeth, or temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD). Dental appliances can be made to stabilize your bite and help determine what, if any, further dental treatments may be needed to keep you comfortable and pain free.

If you are experiencing oral pain or have any questions about it, you can contact our office at (514) 364-3366 or click here to visit our website. Also be sure to visit our Facebook page to keep up with information that affect your dental health and wellness.

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