Tooth Pain / Toothache: When to See a Dentist :: Annapolis Dental Care

A toothache, which is categorized by pain in or around a tooth, can be caused by several different factors, including:

  • Tooth decay
  • Abscessed tooth
  • Tooth fracture
  • Damaged filling
  • Grinding teeth
  • Infected gums

Because there is such a wide range of potential causes for tooth pain, it is important to schedule an appointment with your dentist if your tooth pain is severe, it has lasted longer than 1 or 2 days, or is accompanied by a fever or earache.

Schedule an Appointment with Annapolis Dental Care Today!

At Annapolis Dental Care, we schedule early morning and evening appointments and maintain a well-supplied and well-equipped office that means we can respond to oral emergencies – including root canals, loose crowns, broken teeth, and toothaches / tooth pain – with same-day care. We can get you in quickly and fix the problem right in our own office!

However, the best way to avoid painful and uncomfortable procedures is to schedule routine cleanings that will keep your teeth and gums healthy. We recommend everyone come in for a routine cleaning and preventative care every six months.

If you have any questions about Toothache / Tooth Pain or wish to schedule an appointment, please contact Annapolis Dental Care by calling (410) 267-0766 or visit today!

For over 20 years, Dr. Steckler and his team have been practicing comprehensive Family Dental Care. Our outstanding staff is devoted to caring for your oral situation and will ensure your dental visit is an enjoyable one, focusing on total patient comfort. We are motivated to offer cutting edge dentistry techniques and processes. Our committed staff will guide you in your pursuit of the perfect smile.

“At Dr. Steckler’s office, we understand that most patients are fearful of the dentist. Your comfort and care are our greatest concern.”

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