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Covid-19 update from Eve Dental Centre Cranbourne North. As per Victorian govt announcement , we are closed from 7th august 2020 till 15th of September. All our existing and new patients can contact us on 0467528056

What is Causing You Toothache?

Watch out if you’re reading this and has a toothache you must act fast after reading this article. Throughout our lifespan at some point in our life, we all have to deal with a toothache. While tooth decay is not certain but it’s highly possible, if untreated. There is a straight cause behind the toothaches. However, there may be an underlying illness as well, to confirm you must have to consult with a dentist.

The beginning of tooth decay starts with toothache like pain while chewing, throbbing, stabbing or jabbing sensation along with soreness. If you have these symptoms, you’re at the risk of tooth decay. Ignoring the pain for long can increase the chances of gum problems and decay spreading to other teeth. 

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Here We will Try to Help You With Diagnosing your Toothache

Cause Of Toothache:

  • Tooth decay
  • Tooth fracture
  • Abscessed tooth
  • A damaged filling
  • Infected gums
  • Teeth grinding

Common Symptoms Of Toothache:

  • Swelling around the tooth
  • Sharp throbbing, stabbing or jabbing pain
  • Foul-tasting drainage from the infected tooth
  • Fever or headache

There are various underlying problems behind a toothache, to diagnose correction you need help from professionals. However, to have an idea, read the paragraphs below.

When You Should Go to A Dentist For Consultation?

Go see a dentist immediately if,

  • The toothache persists for more than two days.
  • The pain is unbearable.
  • You have toothache and earache simultaneously.
  • When it hurts while opening mouth wide.

Proper diagnosis and treatment are very important to prevent decay or infection from spreading further.

What to Expect in The Consultation With Dentist?

Your dentist will first collect your medical history and conduct a physical exam for diagnosis. The Dentist will ask you questions about the pain, such as when the pain started, how intense it is, in which area you feel the pain more, what makes the pain worse, and what makes it better. Your dentist will check your lips, teeth, gums, eyes, tongue, lungs, sinuses, ears, nose, and chest. Your doctor will take X-rays and maybe run other tests, depending on what your dentist finds during the consultation.

Treatments For Toothache

Treatment depends on the cause of a toothache. If the toothache is caused by cavities, your dentist will fill the cavity or, if necessary, extract the tooth. If the cause of a toothache is known to be an inflammation of the nerve of the tooth, a root canal may be required. This contamination was caused by bacteria that worked their way into the internal parts of the tooth. If there is a fever or swelling of the jaw, an antibiotic may be prescribed. To stop toothache from suitable a recurring problem, you should take good care of your teeth with a proper oral hygiene routine.

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Choose Eve Dental Care

Eve Dental Care is the best dental clinic, here we provide the best treatment for all the dental problems. If you have persistent toothache, you can visit our clinic. We have the Dentist Cranbourne, we provide all services, tests and check-ups for treatment. You can book an appointment online or you can call on our toll-free number.

Modified on 12th December 2019 by Kulwant Singh, Category: Dentist

   Dear Patients,

 

Eve Dental Centre remains open during the lockdown for urgent and emergency dental treatment only. Please phone our reception to book your appointment on 03 59969197 to discuss your treatment need and complete your COVID 19 screening during operating hours. Our business hours are temporarily changed to 9:30am till 4:30pm.

We are taking additional precautions to help safeguard our staff and patients .

  • We request our patients to wear masks to their appointment
  • Use hand sanitizer before and after their treatment.
  • Please come alone to your appointment until and unless you require a care giver.
  • We would advise you to remain in your car when you come for your appointment until the dentist is ready to see you. Please ring us on 03 59969197 when you arrive in the car park.

The team of Eve Dental Centre wishes you and your family, all the best during this difficult time.