How To Respond To Discomfort

When it comes to your smile, discomfort can appear in various forms – much to the dismay of everyone! The good news is that if you know how to respond to this occurrence, you will be able to manage any new sensation and keep your eye on the goal of diagnosing and addressing the underlying concern. Allow us to offer some helpful advice regarding pain and sensitivity, so you continue to feel confident about your oral health – even when a slight bump in the road shows up.

Stay Calm

Keep in mind that we are prepared to help you with whatever is going on with your oral health. Whether you are dealing with a benign concern like general sensitivity, it turns out that you need wisdom teeth removed, or otherwise, we’ve got you covered. We provide a comprehensive selection of dental surgery treatments to get your oral health back (and to help you regain a comfortable state).

Call Us

You should call us the moment your instincts tell you something is not quite the way it should be. For instance, if you are suffering from a mild toothache for a day but it clears up and does not recur, you may wait and check in with your general dentist. However, if you are experiencing severe pain, discomfort, sensitivity, the appearance of visual changes (like a bump or color change), or other symptoms, we encourage you to come in. Contact us for a regular checkup or let us know you need emergency dental care, so we can address your oral health needs.