Tooth Ache Pain

Pediatric Dental Emergencies – Toothache Pain

Toothache refers to pain around the teeth and jaws. Dental problems such as a dental cavity, a cracked or fractured tooth, gum disease, etc are the root cause of toothaches. The severe pain in the teeth can range from chronic and mild to intense pain. We generally recommend our patients to avoid consuming too hot or too cold liquids or other food as it can increase the pain. Our professionals conduct a thorough oral examination, testing, x-rays, etc so as to determine the main cause of the problem. The presence of a cavity or an abscess can also result in a toothache. Mild toothaches can be relieved by simply rinsing so as to clear the mouth and remove the matter.

A dental crown is a tooth-shaped "cap" that is placed over a tooth.

A dental crown is a tooth-shaped "cap" that is placed over a tooth. The cap restores the tooth's shape and size, strength, and appearance. The crowns are then cemented into place to cover the visible portion of a tooth.

When would a dental crown be needed? A dental crown may be needed to:

Protect a weak tooth(for example, from decay) from breaking or to hold together parts of a cracked tooth
Restorea broken tooth or a severely worn down tooth
Cover and support a tooth with a large filling and not much tooth remaining
Hold a dental bridge in place
Covermisshaped or severely discolored teeth
Covera dental implant
Covera tooth treated with a root canal

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