Experiencing Sudden Pain?
Tooth and gum pain can seemingly come out of nowhere, and it’s not something you want to leave unaddressed.
We Can Help
There are many potential reasons why someone may experience tooth pain, including:
- Cavities: You may not notice a cavity right away, since it starts small and grows bigger over time. If left untreated, it may cause an onset of pain.
- Infection: Infections in your mouth, teeth, gums, and even sinuses can cause pressure, discomfort, and pain.
- Enamel decay: The protective layer of enamel on teeth can wear away, causing heightened sensitivity and pain.
- Gum disease: Gum disease and recession cause teeth and gums to become more sensitive as time goes on, eventually leading to pain.
- Cracks or chips: Damage to teeth can cause pain, and sometimes the damage is difficult to spot.
Our team can help identify the cause of pain and find the appropriate treatment. It’s important that you get dental pain checked out as soon as possible to avoid it leading to more significant issues.
Even when your health may not be at risk, we understand the need for a quick response to cosmetic issues with your teeth. After all, the world deserves to see your smile at its best. We’ve dealt with countless fractures, chips, broken fillings, broken crowns, and similar issues before, and are fully equipped to restore your smile as soon as possible.
For any dental emergency, we offer our patients a 24-hour hotline that you can call for immediate assistance: (562) 247-3864.