Toothache in Mundaring

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Emergency Dental Services Can Get you the Toothache Relief You Need Fast

A toothache is a very painful experience that can make it difficult to eat, speak, and sleep.

If you’re experiencing a toothache, it’s essential to get it checked out by a professional as soon as possible. Toothaches can be caused by several factors, such as tooth decay, gum disease, or an impacted tooth. If left untreated, the pain may get worse. It can even lead to other health problems.

At Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre, we offer emergency dentistry services so you can get the relief you need fast. Our comprehensive dental care includes treatment for toothaches. Toothaches are pains in and around the teeth that are typically caused by tooth decay. They can manifest themselves in many ways, and they can be mild or severe. Serious toothaches, however, require the attention of a dental professional to alleviate the pain and resolve the issue. We have a team of experienced dentists who will work with you to determine the cause of your toothache and provide treatment that will relieve your pain. We’ll take care of you and make sure that there are no problems throughout your treatment.

Why Do You Get a Toothache?

At Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre, our team will take time to understand your problem before recommending treatment options. By diagnosing the cause of a toothache, the pain can be dealt with effectively.

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Tooth Decay: Tooth decay is the most common cause of toothache. Luckily, Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre can help with an affordable range of dental options to get your smile back in tip-top shape.
Broken Tooth: If you’re experiencing toothache pain, we can help. You need to see us right away if you think you might have a toothache due to a cracked or fractured tooth so that we can take care of it for you.
Impacted Tooth: A toothache can happen when one of your teeth, usually a wisdom tooth, is stuck in your gum tissue or bone. At Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre, we offer a variety of dental services, including treatments for impacted teeth.
Dental Abscess: If you think you have a dental abscess, a bacterial infection inside the centre of the tooth, see us right away. In rare cases, the infection can spread to your brain, which can be life-threatening.
Damaged Fillings: If your dental fillings are damaged or weakened, they can cause dental pain. Mundaring Dental and Implant Centre is the dental clinic in Perth to go to for replacing old or damaged fillings.
Infected Gums: Pain or tenderness when you chew food could be a sign of gum disease. We’ll work with you to develop a treatment plan for gum disease that meets your needs and helps you get back to feeling your best.
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The intensity of a toothache may vary from mild to severe, and it may be persistent or intermittent. The following signs and symptoms are usually associated with toothaches:

  • Sensitivity of teeth to hot or cold liquids
  • Sharp or throbbing pain when chewing or biting
  • Tenderness and swelling around the teeth or gums
  • Swelling of the cheeks or jaw
  • Fever

When painkillers do not work and your toothache lasts for more than two days, you should see a dentist. Also, see a dentist immediately if you experience any of the following symptoms:

  • Persistent tooth pain
  • Fever
  • Mouth sores
  • Bleeding or swollen gums
  • Sensitive teeth
  • A bad taste in the mouth
  • Facial swelling
  • Cracked tooth
  • Broken filling

Many different factors can cause toothaches. Some toothaches do not originate from inside your tooth but come from pain surrounding your tooth. This kind of toothache can get better without a trip to the dentist. The pain can disappear within a few days if it is caused by a temporary irritation in the gums.

But most of the time, toothaches are serious problems that require immediate attention. They can get more serious if left untreated, and would involve a more expensive treatments. If a toothache fades away, it usually means that the nerve in the tooth has died. An infection might still be present, causing damage to the surrounding tissue. You should consult an emergency dentist for an evaluation in order to determine the severity of the problem. Even if the pain is gone, you should still seek a proper diagnosis and treatment from a dentist.

In order to recommend the best treatment for your toothache, your dentist must first assess the cause of the pain. For a toothache, you usually need to fill the cavity or, if necessary, extract the tooth. A root canal is the best option in cases of bacterial infection or infected teeth. An antibiotic may also be prescribed if you have a fever and inflammation in your mouth.
You can prevent toothaches by keeping your mouth clean and practising proper oral hygiene. Brush your teeth twice daily and floss at least once per day. Brushing and flossing regularly will prevent food particles, plaque, and bacteria from accumulating. We also recommend that you regularly visit your dentist every six months for a routine cleaning and check-up.

The following home remedies can provide immediate and temporary relief:

  1. Over-the-Counter Pain Reliever: An over-the-counter pain reliever may provide relief for a toothache. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) like naproxen or ibuprofen can be used. Acetaminophen could be taken if NSAIDs are not an option.
  2. Saltwater Rinse: Saltwater acts as a disinfectant and can remove debris between your teeth while reducing gum inflammation. Mix a teaspoon of salt with a glass of warm water. Swish the saltwater solution inside your mouth for 30 seconds, and then spit it out.
  3. Cold Compress Application: Apply a cold compress to reduce swelling and pain. Wrap ice with a towel and apply it to the affected area for 20 minutes. Repeat every few hours.
  4. Garlic. Garlic has antibacterial properties that can help prevent infections and relieve dental pain. Make garlic paste by crushing a clove of garlic and applying it to the affected area to relieve emergency toothache pain.

At Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre, we must first assess the cause of the pain to recommend the appropriate treatment for your toothache. After we determine the cause of your toothache, we can provide the following treatments:

  1. Dental Fillings: Usually, if the toothache is caused by a cavity, we will fill the cavity.
  2. Root Canal Therapy: A root canal may be necessary when a toothache is caused by an infection of a tooth’s nerve.
  3. Tooth Extraction: If the tooth is damaged and cannot be saved, an extraction may be necessary.
  4. Wisdom Teeth Removal: We can perform wisdom tooth removal if an impacted wisdom tooth is causing your toothache.
  5. Antibiotic Therapy: We may also prescribe antibiotics if you have a fever and inflammation in your mouth.

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