Signs of Toothaches

Are you feeling pain or discomfort from your mouth and believe that a tooth is to blame? If so, you might have a toothache. Treatments for toothaches depend on the damage involved. If your toothache persists, you could be at a major risk for an infection and further underlying issues not only with your teeth but your overall health.

If you continue to feel pain in a tooth even after taking any pain-relieving medications, you may have damage to your nerve endings in your pulp. Nerve damage can also occur if you continue to feel pain 24 hours after a tooth has been knocked out or extracted. However, not all toothaches are strictly connected to pain, as some can be more visual in nature.

If you see an abscess around a tooth, your pulp may be in trouble. Facial rashes, high fevers, irregular chills, and noticeable discharge are all frequent signs and symptoms of a toothache. If you think that your pulp may be infected or damaged, speak with your dentist as soon as possible to seek out possible signs of a toothache.

If you are showing signs of toothaches, come visit Jordan Landing Smiles for treatment today. With the helpful support of Dr. Powell and our wonderful team at our dentist office in West Jordan, UT, we can repair your smile. To schedule an appointment, call us at (801) 280-6911. Let us help you achieve a healthy smile!