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What should I do if my jaw is swollen after 3 fillings?

By Emergency Dental Service - Sunday, April 15, 2018
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Patient's Concern

“I had 3 fillings on the bottom left side and 2 days later my jaw is swollen and its hard to chew. I had 5 shots to numb my mouth during the procedure and now its hard to open my mouth without being very painful.  read more

What should I do about a sharp mouth pain that feels like someone pulled all of my teeth out?

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, March 15, 2018
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Patient's Concern

“I have this sharp pain on only the right side of my mouth, it feels as if someone pulled all of my teeth out, and it happened every time I eat or drink and will last for about an hour or two after I do eat or drink. read more

I have an abscess on the internal part of my teeth that is spreading daily to other my other teeth, What should I do?

By Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, February 27, 2018
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Patient's Concern

“My problem is I have a gum abscess at the internal part of my teeth but the abscess is not acute, it is chronic approximately 3 years ago. It is not painful but the abscess has increased especially at night and reduced in small amounts during the day time. read more

What should I do if I'm having pain from my wisdom teeth growing in?

By Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, February 20, 2018
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Patient's Concern

“I'm having major pain in my back molars because my wisdom teeth are coming in. I have no insurance at the moment so I can’t get to a dentist for a few days. read more

If Dry Mouth Causes Major Tooth Decay, Should I Get My Teeth Pulled?

By Emergency Dental Service - Wednesday, February 07, 2018
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Patient's Concern

“If a side effect of medicine is dry month that causes major tooth decay, should I get my teeth pulled and replaced with implants or dentures? read more

How often do fillings need to be replaced?

By Emergency Dental Service - Monday, January 15, 2018
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Patient's Concern

“Hello, I inherited bad teeth from my parents and I have a ton of fillings on most of my teeth. I brush and floss as recommended however, I read that fillings need to be replaced every so often. read more

What should you do if you have a broken, chipped, or knocked out tooth?

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, January 04, 2018
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Injuries can happen at any given time of the day and most of the time you will not have the ability to prepare for them. If you have a broken tooth, chipped tooth, fractured tooth, or a tooth gets knocked out, it’s important to know the first step to take after the injury. The most important step after your injury is to find an emergency dentist that you can inform and that will provide advice on how to minimize the pain from your injury. read more

How long does it take to ease the pain after a root canal procedure?

By Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, January 02, 2018
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Patient's Concern

“I recently had a root canal performed on tooth #19. I had a temporary crown made for it which went well. I had a permanent crown placed on it which was too wide and surpassed the margin of my gums. The dentist took new molds and prepared a second permanent crown. 3 weeks ago I had the permanent crown placed with temporary cement. For a week, it was fine and pain-free. Last week I began to have massive pain in my jaw, mouth area, and temples. read more

When will you need a tooth extraction & will it hurt?

By Emergency Dental Service - Friday, December 01, 2017
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There are several reasons that can lead to your tooth being extracted which include: tooth infection, tooth decay, not visiting a dentist on a regular basis, making room for permanent teeth, to prepare for braces, and to remove broken or badly damaged teeth. Once a dentist determines that a tooth needs to be removed/extracted, a plan will be created in order to map out the best way to remove the tooth without affecting any other area in your month. read more

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What should I do if my jaw is swollen after 3 fillings?

By Emergency Dental Service - Sunday, April 15, 2018
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Patient's Concern

“I had 3 fillings on the bottom left side and 2 days later my jaw is swollen and its hard to chew. I had 5 shots to numb my mouth during the procedure and now its hard to open my mouth without being very painful.  read more

What should I do about a sharp mouth pain that feels like someone pulled all of my teeth out?

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, March 15, 2018
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Patient's Concern

“I have this sharp pain on only the right side of my mouth, it feels as if someone pulled all of my teeth out, and it happened every time I eat or drink and will last for about an hour or two after I do eat or drink. read more

I have an abscess on the internal part of my teeth that is spreading daily to other my other teeth, What should I do?

By Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, February 27, 2018
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Patient's Concern

“My problem is I have a gum abscess at the internal part of my teeth but the abscess is not acute, it is chronic approximately 3 years ago. It is not painful but the abscess has increased especially at night and reduced in small amounts during the day time. read more

What should I do if I'm having pain from my wisdom teeth growing in?

By Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, February 20, 2018
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Patient's Concern

“I'm having major pain in my back molars because my wisdom teeth are coming in. I have no insurance at the moment so I can’t get to a dentist for a few days. read more

If Dry Mouth Causes Major Tooth Decay, Should I Get My Teeth Pulled?

By Emergency Dental Service - Wednesday, February 07, 2018
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Patient's Concern

“If a side effect of medicine is dry month that causes major tooth decay, should I get my teeth pulled and replaced with implants or dentures? read more

How often do fillings need to be replaced?

By Emergency Dental Service - Monday, January 15, 2018
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Patient's Concern

“Hello, I inherited bad teeth from my parents and I have a ton of fillings on most of my teeth. I brush and floss as recommended however, I read that fillings need to be replaced every so often. read more

What should you do if you have a broken, chipped, or knocked out tooth?

By Emergency Dental Service - Thursday, January 04, 2018
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Injuries can happen at any given time of the day and most of the time you will not have the ability to prepare for them. If you have a broken tooth, chipped tooth, fractured tooth, or a tooth gets knocked out, it’s important to know the first step to take after the injury. The most important step after your injury is to find an emergency dentist that you can inform and that will provide advice on how to minimize the pain from your injury. read more

How long does it take to ease the pain after a root canal procedure?

By Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, January 02, 2018
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Patient's Concern

“I recently had a root canal performed on tooth #19. I had a temporary crown made for it which went well. I had a permanent crown placed on it which was too wide and surpassed the margin of my gums. The dentist took new molds and prepared a second permanent crown. 3 weeks ago I had the permanent crown placed with temporary cement. For a week, it was fine and pain-free. Last week I began to have massive pain in my jaw, mouth area, and temples. read more

When will you need a tooth extraction & will it hurt?

By Emergency Dental Service - Friday, December 01, 2017
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There are several reasons that can lead to your tooth being extracted which include: tooth infection, tooth decay, not visiting a dentist on a regular basis, making room for permanent teeth, to prepare for braces, and to remove broken or badly damaged teeth. Once a dentist determines that a tooth needs to be removed/extracted, a plan will be created in order to map out the best way to remove the tooth without affecting any other area in your month. read more

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