Why Your Teeth Hurt & What You Can Do

Is there anything worse than random pain in your teeth? Your teeth are a difficult area when it comes to handling pain because there are very few pressure points to help you to relieve it. The only person who can really relieve pressure pain in your teeth is your dentist, and if your tooth hurts it may be a brief pain that goes away – but sometimes it may not be. 

Tooth pain doesn’t seem to go away in some cases and there’s usually an underlying cause as to why. Whether this is an infection, a sensitive tooth due to worn enamel, or a cavity, you need to get to the root of the pain – pardon the pun! If your tooth is hurting you need to know what to do about it and we’ve got some ideas that can help.

Causes of a Sore Tooth

When you first have sore teeth, you may instantly question whether your teeth are starting to rot – this is a panic response and it’s not always the case. If the pain doesn’t go away you need to find out what can be hurting your teeth and some of those things include:

  • Tooth decay
  • Abscesses
  • Fractured fillings or fractured teeth
  • Infected or damaged gums
  • Jaw clenching your teeth grinding

You may not be able to look into the mirror and see why your teeth are sore, but you may know the best phone number to call to get some dental help. A dentist will be able to examine your teeth and take x-rays of your mouth and jaw. This will give them an outside and inside perspective of what your teeth and jaw look like and what they might be doing.

How a Dentist can Help

The good news is that there are plenty of ways that your dentist can help you with your chest pain. It doesn’t matter what the reason is behind it, they have the expertise and the knowledge to be able to help. If there is tooth decay they may be able to remove that decay and fill your teeth. They may even choose to remove the tooth completely and add a crown, a bridge or even an implant. Root canals can help to clean out the pump up of the teeth and that will help you to be in better oral health. Whether you are dealing with painful teeth on and off or a constant and agonizing pain, seeing a dentist is the first step that will help to determine the problem and find a route out of it.

Contact Us

You don’t have to be in pain with your teeth, not when the experts at Rose Dental Nashua are here to help. We are committed to providing the best possible help your dentistry needs. Whether you are dealing with root canals or you are dealing with gum decay, you should speak to our team today and get some help with your oral health. We’re here for you, your future oral health and your family’s oral health right now.

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