Toothaches aren’t just inconvenient — they can be downright debilitating. You shouldn’t have to deal with severe tooth pain on your own. Check out our blog post to determine if your toothache is actually a dental emergency, and ways to help alleviate the pain at home.
A dental abscess occurs when bacteria infect the dental pulp (the innermost tissue of your tooth), which in turn forms a pus. Dental abscesses can develop anywhere in your tooth, gums, or even in your jaw bone. Read our blog post where we uncover some of the causes of dental abscesses, along with how we can treat them.
An abscessed tooth is the result of an untreated bacterial infection. Infection causes a buildup of pus and debris underneath the gums on or near the root of a tooth. Read our blog post to learn about warning signs of an abscessed tooth, causes, treatment, and prevention!