Toothache Relief

Are you currently suffering from tooth pain?

A toothache is defined as pain in or around a tooth.

How can we help you with your toothaches?

Call our office now if you are experiencing pain or trauma in your teeth or gums.

  • We offer SAME-DAY APPOINTMENTS when possible!
  • We accept dental PPO insurance plans.
  • We offer Patient Financing for treatment.

We will bring you in for a focused examination of the impacted tooth or area of your mouth, including an x-ray of the area and a thorough doctor's examination. After the exam, our doctor will give you a treatment plan to fix the problem.

 

toothaches

 

Toothaches can be caused by:

  • Tooth decay
  • An abscessed tooth
  • A tooth break, chip or fracture
  • Bruxism or grinding teeth
  • Infected gums and/or gingivitis
  • A filling that has become damaged or loose over time

What are the symptoms of a toothache?

  • Tooth pain that may be sharp, throbbing, or constant.
  • Swelling around the tooth and gums
  • Fever, headache or nausea
  • A foul taste in the mouth

How can I relieve toothache?

There are several home remedies you can try for temporary relief from a toothache. Over-the-counter pain relievers, cold compresses, saltwater rinses, clove oil, and peppermint tea bags are commonly used for their analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties.

Toothaches can stem from various underlying causes, and it's crucial to identify the source of the discomfort accurately. Some common reasons for toothaches include tooth decay, an abscessed tooth, a break, chip, or fracture in the tooth, bruxism (teeth grinding), infected gums, and gingivitis. Additionally, a damaged or loose filling can contribute to dental pain.

Recognizing the symptoms associated with a toothache is essential in seeking timely intervention. These symptoms may manifest as sharp, throbbing, or constant tooth pain, accompanied by swelling around the affected tooth and gums. In some cases, individuals may experience systemic symptoms such as fever, headache, or nausea. Moreover, a foul taste in the mouth could indicate an underlying dental issue that requires prompt attention.

At our practice, your comfort and oral health are our top priorities. If you are experiencing any of the aforementioned symptoms or have concerns about your dental well-being, call our office now to schedule an appointment. Our compassionate team is ready to provide you with the care and attention you deserve, ensuring a swift and effective resolution to your toothache.

3425 Buford Dr #300B
Buford, GA 30519

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TruSMILES Dentistry
3425 Buford Dr #300B, Buford, GA 30519