Toothache and Dental Pain at Nowra

Toothache and Dental Pain

Toothache and Dental Pain

At our Nowra clinic, toothache is one of the leading reasons for dental visits. Toothache and dental pain may be due to a number of reasons but the bottom line for their visit with our Nowra dentist is because of how it has impaired their lives. And they are seeking not just pain relief but mainly to return to normalcy.

Some toothaches can be extremely painful that many patients are unable to sleep at night. Some also find it hard to eat and it has caused quite a spur on their health. And others are unable to proceed with their school or work because of the agonising pain. So how can Nowra Dentists help solve toothaches?

Causes of Toothache

To come up with the most efficient way to address toothache, your dentist at Nowra will first understand the cause of it. Toothaches can be caused by:

With one of these present, toothache may manifest as intense, throbbing, or constant pain that is intensified with biting. Fever, headache, bad breath, facial swelling, and foul-tasting drainage may also be present depending on the severity.

 

Toothache and Dental Pain Treatments at Nowra Dentists

Toothaches caused by a foreign object lodged in-between the teeth can be easily treated by gentle removal. Meanwhile, if tooth decay or infection is present, then dental fillings or root canal treatment at Nowra may be recommended. If these will not suffice, tooth extraction will be the last resort.

For inflamed gums, your dentist will advise deep scale and clean to remove bacteria beneath the gums that may be causing the pain. And for teeth grinding, the best route to take is habit management for correction and to avoid recurrence of dental pain.

 

Toothache caused by the wisdom tooth may ultimately require wisdom tooth extraction but it is always best to consult with your dentist at Nowra for the most suitable treatment for you.

 

At Home Toothache Treatments

Toothaches will usually never go away on their own so it is best to schedule a visit with your Nowra dentist as soon as possible. However, if it is not amenable, you may do the following at home toothache remedies for pain relief until you can visit your dentist:

 

Do you have a toothache and you are unsure what to do?

Give us a call and our front staff will make sure to schedule you for a dental check-up at your most convenient time!

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