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A tooth problem could arise at any hour of the day. You could wake up in the middle of the night due to a sharp pain or if you were to be a bit reckless in later hours of the day resulting in a tooth being chipped. An emergency dentist in Sydney is whom you would be seeking.

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What causes teeth pain

What Causes Teeth Pain

By

Emergency Dentist


Teeth problem

TeethProblem

  • A tooth problem could arise at any hour of

  • the day. You could wake up in the middle of

  • the night due to a sharp pain or if you were to

  • be a bit reckless in later hours of the day

  • resulting in a tooth being chipped.

  • An emergency dentist in Sydney is whom you

  • would be seeking.


Infection of the teeth and gums

Infection of The Teeth and Gums

  • Dental caries or infection may cause immense

  • pain if the decay reaches the nerve of the

  • tooth. This in turn may lead to the nerve’s

  • death, and eventually to an abscess. As far as

  • your gums are concerned, they can get

  • infected too. In this case however, the

  • infection may be a result of

  • Lack of proper oral hygiene, which can cause a gum disease

  • Food particles stuck inside your gums


Fractured teeth

Fractured Teeth

  • If you bite into something hard accidently, you

  • may end up with a fractured tooth. Similarly,

  • if you have recently undergone a root canal

  • treatment, but the dentist is yet to place a

  • crown on it, the tooth may get fractured in the

  • meantime. No matter what’s the cause, if

  • there is a fracture, tooth pain is almost

  • inevitable.


Fractured teeth1

Fractured Teeth

  • In addition, irreversible pulpitis also results in

  • pain, which if severe, calls for immediate

  • treatment. In this case, you may need to visit

  • an emergency dentist in Sydney, or wherever

  • you live.


How a good dentist treats it

How a Good Dentist Treats It


The treatment

  • A good dentist always treats on the basis of

  • what may have caused the tooth pain. For instance, if your tooth is infected, he/she may either remove it or might perform a root canal treatment, if deemed necessary. Likewise, in case of gum infection, the dentist may first do some cleaning and then recommend antibiotics for longer relief. However, if the tooth is fractured, the treatment may involve:

  • Removal of the tooth

  • Placement of a crown

The Treatment


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Address:4/307 Pitt Street,

Sydney NSW 2000

Website: http://www.emergencydentistsydneycity.com.au/

Phone:92837220

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