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Tooth pain is increasingly common, and many factors, like tooth decay, gum disease, or injury, can cause it. At MillBridge Dentistry, we offer quick and effective toothache relief to help alleviate your discomfort and get you back to feeling like yourself again.
Don’t hold on to that pain any longer. Remember, the longer you wait, the more severe your condition may become. We use the latest techniques to diagnose and treat toothaches, so you can feel confident that you’re in good hands. We’ll work with you to develop a customized treatment plan that helps you achieve optimal oral health. Contact us today to learn more about our Waxhaw tooth pain options!
What causes tooth pain
If you’re experiencing tooth pain, then you’re most likely suffering from these:
- Tooth decay. When bacteria build up on your teeth, they produce acids that can eat away at your tooth enamel, causing cavities. As the cavity gets deeper, it can irritate the nerve of your tooth, causing pain.
- Gum disease. When bacteria infect your gums, they can cause inflammation and recession, exposing the sensitive roots of your teeth.
Other causes of tooth pain include:
- Tooth fractures
- Cracked teeth
- Tooth abscesses
These conditions can be caused by trauma to the mouth, biting down on hard objects, or poor dental hygiene.
As soon as you feel pain in your mouth, we strongly suggest scheduling an appointment with us. At MillBridge Dentistry, our experienced team can diagnose the underlying cause of your tooth pain and recommend the best treatment. Contact us today and get the relief you need!
Treatment options for tooth pain
At MillBridge Dentistry, we offer many treatments to restore your oral health. The specific treatment for your tooth pain will depend on the underlying cause of your discomfort.
If a cavity is causing your tooth pain, we may recommend a filling to restore your tooth’s structure and prevent further decay. Fillings are used to fill in small cavities.
Crowns are recommended for larger cavities or teeth that are severely damaged.
If your tooth pain is caused by an infection in the pulp of your tooth, we may treat it with a root canal procedure to remove the infection and preserve the tooth.
In some cases, more severe tooth pain may require tooth extraction to alleviate the discomfort. This is a last resort after other treatments have failed or if the tooth is severely damaged and cannot be saved.
At MillBridge Dentistry, Dr. Anait and Dr. Armen are committed to helping you achieve good oral health and a pain-free smile. Contact us today to schedule your appointment and learn more about our Waxhaw tooth pain treatment options!
Preventing tooth pain
Don’t skip your brushing
Brush your teeth twice a day and floss daily to remove plaque and bacteria from your teeth and gums. This can help prevent tooth decay and gum disease, two common causes of tooth pain.
Eat a healthy diet
A diet that is high in sugar and carbohydrates can increase your risk of tooth decay and gum disease. Eat a balanced diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables, lean protein, and whole grains to promote good oral and overall health.
Wear a mouthguard
If you participate in sports or other activities that can cause trauma to the mouth, wear a mouthguard to protect your teeth from injury.
Treat your teeth with kindness
Habits like nail-biting and chewing on ice or hard objects can damage your teeth and increase your risk of tooth pain. Avoid these habits to keep your teeth healthy and pain-free.
Schedule your regular dental cleanings and exams
Regular dental check-ups and cleanings can help catch and prevent dental issues before they become serious. Your dentist can also provide personalized advice to maintain good oral health and prevent tooth pain.
By following these tips, you can reduce your risk of tooth pain and maintain good oral health. At MillBridge Dentistry, we’re dedicated to helping you prevent tooth pain and other dental issues. Contact us today to schedule your appointment and learn how we can help you maintain your teeth healthy!
Frequently asked questions about tooth pain
What causes tooth pain?
Tooth pain can be caused by various factors, including:
- Tooth decay
- Gum disease
- A cracked or broken tooth
- An abscessed tooth
- An injury to the tooth or jaw
How can I prevent tooth pain?
Practicing good oral hygiene, eating a balanced diet, and scheduling regular check-ups and cleanings can help prevent tooth pain.
What are some home remedies for tooth pain?
Over-the-counter pain medications, such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen, can help alleviate tooth pain. Applying a cold compress to the affected area can also help reduce pain and swelling. However, it’s important to visit us as soon as possible to determine the underlying cause of your tooth pain and receive appropriate treatment.
Need more information?
If you have any other questions or concerns regarding tooth pain, regular dental care, emergency appointments, or other dental issues, please don’t hesitate to reach out — we’re ready to answer! Give us a call at (704) 665-7887.
When should I see a dentist for tooth pain?
If you’re experiencing tooth pain, it’s important to schedule an appointment with us as soon as possible. Delaying treatment can lead to more serious dental issues and may require more extensive treatment in the long run.
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Incredible place! Have been here several times and received high-quality treatment. Very friendly and qualified staff, nice atmosphere, and just a pleasant office.
– Diana N.
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- Comprehensive exam
- Dental x-rays
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Schedule your 90-minute new patient visit today — you can easily send us a message online or call (704) 665-7887.
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We accept your insurance
Most dental insurances cover a portion of your tooth pain treatment. We also offer payment plan options to fit your needs. Give us a call, and we’ll verify your insurance coverage. You’ll always know what out-of-pocket investment to expect.
We’re located in the heart of the beautiful Waxhaw community! Find us right off of Providence Road in the Novant Medical building by the Waxhaw PD. Plenty of free parking available!