The main dental diseases that can cause toothache and that makes the patient seek emergently the dentist are: caries, dental abscesses, gum disease, tooth fracture.
The most common toothache is caused by tooth caries. These should always be treated in order to prevent the inflammation of the dental pulp (internal area of the tooth). Once the dental pulp is inflamed, the doctor will call, in most cases, the canal’s obturation or the tooth extraction.
On the other hand, if you experience stinging pain, swelling, bad breath and bitter taste in the mouth, it is time to call emergency dentist because you have a dental abscess.
If you experience bleeding gums and tooth movements, come immediately to the dentist. These are signs of periodontitis. Left untreated, periodontitis cause gingival pockets and ultimately tooth loss.
If the panoramic or retroalveolar radiography are required, it will be done on the spot.
If you do have an emergency situation, please contact us at any day, even on weekends and public holidays at the phone number 0755165738. Our dentists will determine the cause of the pain and will do everything necessary for you to regain your smile.