Are you trying to carry on day after day despite a growing pain inside your mouth?
Trying to avoid extreme hot or cold foods and drinks?
Chewing on just one side of your mouth to keep from feeling that sharp, shooting pain in your tooth and jaw?
Worse, are you not really able to chew much at all because the pain has become too intense?
Okay, enough is enough. It’s time to get help from our team at Cosmetic Dental Associates in San Antonio, TX!
Tooth Pain You Can’t (& Shouldn’t) Ignore
If you ever experience dental pain, it’s not likely to be random or isolated.
Like any other bodily pain or discomfort, it’s a signal that there’s an underlying problem. You can try to manage it with pain relievers, different exercises, or home therapies, but you can’t let it go too long unchecked.
Especially when the pain is coming from your mouth!
Tooth decay, deep cavities, oral infections, and inflammation can all cause serious health problems if you don’t get them treated.
But given that many people fear dental treatments, it’s not uncommon for patients to wait until their tooth pain is so intense, they need an immediate solution.
A Root Canal Ends The Pain
We know, we know.
A root canal is the last thing you want to hear from the dentist when you’re desperate for a solution. There’s no dental treatment more feared, so you might try to convince yourself that a root canal would be worse than the pain you’re in right now.
But that’s just not the case. With an advanced dental office like ours, equipped with all the latest tools and comforts of modern dentistry, a root canal treatment is no more complicated or uncomfortable than a dental filling.
We understand why you might be reluctant to believe us if you’ve experienced a traumatic root canal in the past, but we can tell you two things for sure:
- Root canals have improved significantly in recent years and
- You didn’t have a painful root canal experience here!
It makes a big difference when you have a caring, compassionate team, an experienced dentist with a gentle touch, and modern techniques that maximize patient comfort.
Let Us End Your Tooth Pain!
You’re not likely to withstand the intense tooth pain that often comes before root canal treatment.
But even if you could, you shouldn’t.
Any infection or inflammation you may have inside your mouth isn’t going to go away, and what’s worse, it will only threaten your health.