How bad should your toothache be before you decide it requires urgent care? It can be tough to address dental problems that involve pain. Our teeth do not heal the way our bodies do, so waiting for a problem to subside on its own can be a bad idea. If that pain is from an advanced cavity, or the lingering effect of an injury, you could be in need of restorative dental treatment. A stubborn toothache can certainly call for dental care; if your discomfort is significant, you can reach out and inquire about emergency dental treatment. Because your dentist provides modern restorations, you can be relieved to learn that work on your smile can keep you looking good.
What To Expect When You Need Emergency Dental Care
If you find yourself in need of emergency dental care, you should know that our practice can work to see you, even at an odd time. If the problem involves pain in your tooth, or dental damage, a root canal treatment may have to be performed. This will stop an internal infection from causing trouble with your smile.
Modern dental work can protect your smile without leaving you stuck with a conspicuous restoration. Because our office has E4D technology, a natural-looking dental crown can be prepared for you in the course of just one appointment!
Avoiding Problems That Can Lead To Dental Pain
Dental pain from an injury can be hard to predict, but you can certainly do something to avoid dental pain from a cavity. Better preventive dental care will give you a better chance at entirely avoiding cavities. If a problem does arise, seeing your dentist for regular exams will make it possible to have a small cavity caught, before it leads to pain.
Talk To Modern Dentistry Of Shrewsbury About Your Toothache
At Modern Dentistry of Shrewsbury, patients who suffer dental pain can enjoy dedicated, modern care. Our practice cares about your well-being, but the restorative work you receive will also protect the quality of your smile. Contact us to schedule an appointment with Dr. Pizzi, Dr. Mehdi, and colleagues by reaching our office at (508) 842-8838. Located in Shrewsbury, MA, we proudly welcome patients from Worcester, North and South Grafton, Westborough, Southborough, Northborough, Boylston, Hopkinton, Millbury, and all surrounding areas.