When dental pain strikes it can be debilitating and make even the simplest of tasks an agonising experience.
Dental pain can range from mild to extremely severe, causing substantial pain in the mouth, throat and ear or leaving a patient with a constant headache.
The severity of dental pain means it is one of the most common reasons why people visit a dentist and for many it will be the first time they have had an appointment for many years.
There are many different causes of dental pain but the most frequent problems include cavities, abscess in tooth, wisdom tooth pain, gum problems, gum abscess, cracked teeth, hairline cracks, sensitivity, facial nerve pain, and jaw problems including Tempo Mandibular Joint (TMJ).
While some dental pains may be relieved with the help of painkillers, we would recommend that anyone suffering with toothache or pains needs to make an appointment with their dentist as soon as possible.
However because prevention is better than cure, we know the best way to avoid dental pain is to regularly visit your dentists and hygienist.
Are you suffering from dental pain? Would you like to prevent it from happening again? If so, give us a call on 020 8748 4023 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org