Toothache: A Dental Emergency
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If you have a toothache, you know that it can cause non-stop, intense pain!
Typically, the cause of a toothache is decay reaching the pulp or even the nerve of your tooth.
If you’re experiencing a toothache, please contact our office immediately. For most types of dental emergencies, we can get you in for an appointment the same day you call.
A toothache isn’t the same as experiencing discomfort when you sip hot or cold drinks, suck in cold air, or eat sweet, sour, or acidic foods. Instead, a toothache is an acute pain in the tooth or jaw. If your jaw swells and/or you have a fever, it usually means that an abscess has formed.
It’s important that you don’t ignore a toothache. Even if the pain stops suddenly, this doesn’t mean that the tooth has cured itself.
To schedule an emergency dental appointment, please contact us at (303) 323-8149, or e-mail email@example.com.