Dental emergencies can happen at any time but luckily our dentist is available to help. Our staff is fully trained and experienced to respond to any emergency dental situation including a Wakefield toothache.
The most common dental emergencies that our dental office sees are emergencies such as Wakefield toothaches. Pain in the teeth and jaws can be caused by a number of issues, some very small and simple to alleviate and others that can cause severe complications including tooth loss if not treated promptly. Common causes of toothaches are trapped food particles or debris around or between teeth or between teeth and gums, tooth decay or a cavity, cracked or chipped teeth or infected roots. Problems with the jaw muscles can also cause toothache-like symptoms. Toothaches can come with pain as well as sensitivity to hot or cold, the symptoms may be mild or severe. Our doctor gives a patient complaining of a toothache a complete evaluation of the affected tooth and the entire area. Sometimes a simple thorough rinsing of the mouth can dislodge trapped food particles and alleviate the problem. If decay is causing the toothache a more extensive restoration maybe needed such as drilling out the decay and filling a cavity or an endodontic treatment if the roots are infected.
Another type of dental emergency is traumatic injuries to the teeth. A tooth maybe pushed partially out of its socket due to a blow to the mouth, often our doctor can reposition the tooth without further treatment. If the tooth is knocked completely out keep it moist and call our office immediately because it is possible to replace the tooth inside its socket if care is given quickly. Our practice is available to deal with all your dental emergencies. Please call our office whenever a Wakefield toothache or other emergency arises.