What Is Causing My Tooth Pain?
By Putnam Family Dental
July 08, 2020
Category: Oral Health
Tags: tooth pain  

When one or more teeth accrue injury, trauma, decay, or damage, it's going to hurt. These feelings of discomfort can range from nerve pain, aching, tenderness, and swelling. At Putnam Family Dental, our staff offers a variety of periodontal and surgical services to restore your mouth to adequate health, whether the condition is mild or severe. This type of therapy can take on different forms, but our goal is to return the diseased tissues to a wholesome status. If you've been suffering from tooth pain for too long, schedule a consultation in our Putnam, CT, dental office to begin your road to recovery. Talk to your Putnam Periodontal and Surgical Services professionals today.

What Is Causing My Tooth Pain?

Tooth pain occurs for various reasons. Did you recently chew on something hard? Are you continuously flossing because it feels like an object or piece of food is stuck underneath the tooth? These are common causes, but others include:

  • A cavity
  • Periodontitis
  • Dentin hypersensitivity
  • Cracked tooth syndrome
  • Temporomandibular joint disorder

Once our Putnam Periodontal and Surgical Services dentist performs an oral examination and asks you a few questions, they can further explain the signs and symptoms of these conditions.

Periodontal and Surgical Services

In our Putnam CT dental office, we offer the following periodontal and surgical services to reverse tooth pain and prevent it from coming back:

  • Scaling and root planing
  • Gum grafting
  • Periodontal plastic surgery
  • Crown lengthening surgery
  • Dental implants

For detailed descriptions of Putnam Periodontal and Surgical services, please visit our website.

When to See Your Dentist

Sometimes tooth pain can be the result of an underlying condition, which is why it's best to visit your dentist for a proper diagnosis. If the gums are infected and pose cosmetic concerns along with your teeth, our staff at Putnam Family Dental can discuss treatment options that will suit your specific needs. Once restored from treatment, you'll reap the benefits of healthy gums, fresher breath, and fewer dental cavities.

For more information about periodontal and surgical services provided in our Putnam CT dental office, or to schedule an appointment, please call (860) 928-5334.

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