Do Dental Fillings Hurt Afterward?

Sunday, April 29th, 2018

Some dental fillings hurt afterward and may cause pain. This situation is common. But it is irritating. When your tooth hurts after it has been restored, you should consider going back to your dentist. In this way, your doctor will diagnose the cause of it. Most teeth that need fillings do not hurt. They may cause pain if the cavity affects the nerve. When that happens, pain can easily set in. To get rid of […]

Toothache pain is getting worse. How to get the help you need

Friday, March 2nd, 2018

What causes a toothache? Toothache pain is something that nobody likes to deal with. It is important for you to have a complete oral examination to determine the cause of a toothache. Tooth decay is often the main cause of a toothache. Here are some other causes: Gum disease Infection Tooth trauma Grinding teeth An abnormal bite If you have a headache, this might be caused by TMJ/TMD, sinus or ear infections and tension in […]

My Tooth Broke Off at the Gum Line

Wednesday, April 29th, 2015

A broken tooth should never be ignored. Even if your tooth has broken off at the gum line, you may have sharp edges that may change the effectiveness of your bite or even cut your tongue. Many of our patients have called and said “My Tooth Broke Off at the Gum Line”. If you leave a broken tooth untreated, it may break further, causing damage below the gum line and irritating the surrounding teeth. As […]

My Tooth is Sensitive to Hot and Cold

Thursday, August 28th, 2014

Sensitivity in your teeth usually occurs when your tooth nerves have become irritated in some way. This usually happens when hot or cold liquids are able to move through the inner layer of dentin, which rests below your tooth enamel. If your tooth is sensitive to hot and cold, this may indicate that your tooth enamel has been worn thin, and may also mean that your gums have begun to recede. In addition to being […]