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Painful Teeth

painful teethIf you have recently undergone dental work, such as a new filling or dental implant, some pain in your teeth is to be expected, and our expert in treatment of painful teeth in Los Angeles will recommend the proper way to handle this pain. But unexplained pain in your teeth is not normal, and you should have it looked at right away. Painful teeth can come in varying severities, and when you see our Los Angeles painful teeth treatment expert, you will need to describe the harshness and location of the pain in order to get the most efficient diagnosis.

If your teeth become painful after eating or drinking something that was too hot or too cold, it could be a sign of minor tooth decay or a loose filling. However, this may only be the case if the pain lasts for a few moments. If you experience severe sensitivity to hot and cold foods after a dental treatment, it could be a symptom of a pulp inflammation inside the tooth. Take pain relievers for a few days to see if it goes away, but if it persists, schedule an appointment with our expert in treatment of painful teeth in Los Angeles.

A sharp pain when biting down on food could be a sign of decay, a loose filling, or a cracked tooth. Our Los Angeles painful teeth treatment expert will need to determine the exact cause in order to perform the proper procedure. Decay will need to be removed, and a loose filling will need to be put back in place. A cracked tooth will need to be treated depending on the severity and location of the fracture. If you suffer from severe and constant tooth pain, it could be a sign of an infection, which will require immediate treatment. A root canal will need to be performed in order to remove the infected pulp. A tooth infection can spread to other areas of the body, including the heart and brain, so do not hesitate to see a professional before it gets worse.

You should never be under the impression that painful teeth are normal, and if the pain continues to get worse, schedule a consultation with our dentist.

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