At Arete Dental Studio, our experienced dental professionals understand the dangers of swelling and the importance of prompt treatment to manage pain and swelling. Swelling in the mouth can be a sign of a serious dental issue that requires prompt attention. If left untreated, swelling can lead to pain, discomfort, and in rare instances can become fatal.
While initial treatment can help manage pain and swelling, it is important to undergo definitive care to address the underlying issue and prevent future swelling. Our team of dental professionals will work closely with you to develop a personalized treatment plan based on your individual needs and goals, ensuring that you receive the highest quality care possible.
During a dental appointment for a toothache, our team will conduct a thorough examination to determine the underlying cause of your toothache. Depending on the severity and nature of the issue, treatment options may include fillings, root canal therapy, extraction of the affected tooth, or other restorative procedures.
If time allows, our team will work closely with you to develop a personalized treatment plan based on your individual needs and goals. However, in some cases, we may need to focus on managing your pain and discomfort until you can return for more definitive treatment. Our priority is always to alleviate your symptoms and ensure your comfort, while also addressing the underlying issue to prevent further dental problems.
At Arete Dental Studio, we understand the urgency of receiving treatment for toothaches. We strive to provide our patients with same day appointments and prompt treatment. Please contact us as soon as possible to schedule an appointment.
While home remedies may provide temporary relief, it is important to see a dental professional for proper diagnosis and treatment. Over-the-counter pain relievers such as paracetamol and ibuprofen may provide relief – and must follow the advice of your regular medical doctor.
It is important to seek prompt treatment for a toothache, as delaying treatment can lead to more serious dental complications. Toothaches can be a sign of decay, infection, or other issues that require immediate attention. It is always best to see a dental professional as soon as possible to address the underlying issue and alleviate your symptoms.
Our dentist and team are friendly, gentle, kind and will help you feel completely at ease. Our clinic has a welcoming atmosphere that will reduce any stress you have while visiting.