Tag Archives: tooth pain

Root Canal Awareness Week March 17-23, 2013

This week, March 17-23, marks the 7th Annual Root Canal Awareness Week. Through this national effort, the American Association of Endodontists are raising awareness about their profession, so that patients and general dentists know to contact a specialist when a root canal is needed. Endodontists play an important role in maintaining our dental health. Watch […]

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Ask A Dentist: Tooth Pain Relief

Question: “I have a toothache but it’s not constant. It’s a pain that comes and goes, sometimes when I eat. What can I do to relieve the pain until I can make an appointment? Is this considered a dental emergency?” Answer by Dr. Darbro: “I am here to help think through this problem with you. […]

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Ask a Dentist: Overcoming Dental Fear

This week our “Ask a Dentist” question comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous, however it is a topic that many will find relevant:  “I have a terrible fear of the dentist but my tooth pain is unbearable. What can I do?” Here is what our featured dentist wrote in reply: “Hi, my name […]

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Don’t Deny a Dentist a Toothache Visit

You have been doing well.  You brush regularly, floss just about as often as you should, and visit the dentist every six months.  The health of your teeth is something you don’t have to worry about.  What about that nagging and increasingly painful feeling in your mouth?  Do you have a toothache but think it […]

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