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Tooth Pain Los Angeles

Tooth Pain Los AngelesTooth pain can be a sign of a serious infection requiring immediate professional attention. Although lodged food particles or irritation from flossing can result in tooth pain, untreated tooth decay or physical trauma can create a dangerous and excruciating problem in little time. Pain in these situations often occurs because a cavity has reached the tooth nerve or because a fracture is present, respectively. To avoid complications, including potentially life-threatening systemic infections, patients should schedule an appointment with our Los Angeles tooth pain treatment expert when their teeth hurt.


Symptoms of Tooth Pain

Patients may suffer a number of symptoms with tooth pain depending on the cause and location of the problem. For example, a cracked tooth can cause pain when patients bite down or drink cold or hot liquids. If an infection is present, the gums may become swollen, possibly signifying that pus is accumulating inside the tissues. Some patients may experience difficulty or pain when they swallow food, and with extensive infections, patients may even see swelling on the outside of the mouth around the eyes, throat or cheeks. When any of these symptoms occur, patients should visit our expert in tooth pain in Los Angeles for an examination.


Common Causes of Tooth Pain

Tooth pain can be caused by a variety of issues, including non-serious problems inside and outside of the mouth and very serious infections in the oral tissues. With severe sinusitis, for example, pain may manifest in teeth because these areas share facial nerves. Rough flossing can also cause pain, but when this is the case, the discomfort is likely to disappear after patients rinse with warm water. Serious causes of tooth pain, which require immediate attention from our emergency dentist in Los Angeles, include tooth cracks, pulp infections and abscess.

Patients can take certain steps to reduce their pain before their appointment with our Los Angeles tooth pain treatment expert. Topical benzocaine or clove oil or oral analgesics, for example, can lessen pain dramatically. Whenever tooth pain occurs, patients should schedule an appointment with our expert in tooth pain in Los Angeles to have the problem resolved for immediate improvements in health as well as comfort.

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