Are you experiencing tooth pain?
Whether tooth pain is sharp and shooting, or dull and persistent, it is important to visit your dentist as soon as possible. At Russel Street Dental Associates, our team of dentists works with each patient to assess their dental concerns and create a treatment plan based on their needs.
The most important part of diagnosing tooth pain is understanding the root cause. Uncovering where the pain stems from can help our dentists create a more personalized treatment plan to alleviate your symptoms and improve your oral health.
Common Causes For Tooth Pain
A full dental exam is the best way to determine the cause of tooth pain. Our team of dentists will thoroughly examine your oral cavity, discuss your symptoms, and develop a comprehensive solution based on your unique needs.
Tooth pain occurs when their inflammation in the pulp of the tooth. The pulp is full of nerve endings, and when exposed may cause sensitivity or pain in the tooth. Tooth pain may stem from tooth decay, abscess, teeth grinding or clenching, infection, trauma, or periodontal disease.
If you are experiencing pain in the jaw, gums, and mouth, your pain may be the result of malocclusion, impacted wisdom teeth, TMJ, or oral cancer. Visiting the dentist is imperative to understanding your tooth pain and receiving the treatment you need. Our team at Russel Street Dental Associates is committed to providing personalized, advanced solutions for patients in need. Don’t wait until a more serious dental concern occurs before you visit our Worcester, MA dentist office.
Treating Tooth Pain
Treating tooth pain will depend on the underlying cause. Our team may suggest braces, dental fillings, dental crowns, or a root canal to alleviate your symptoms and restore your smile. If necessary, our team may recommend a tooth extraction if the tooth cannot be saved.
We offer a complete range of restorative dentistry service to replace missing or extracted teeth. We will perform a full oral health exam to determine if dental implants, dentures, or a dental bridge is right for you. When applicable, we will usually recommend a dental implant to restore your smile. Dental implants are one of the most successful, natural-looking tooth replacement options available. Give us a call at (508) 297-6270, or request an appointment online today.