Pain to chewing
Pain to chewing can often indicate a cracked tooth or filling. The pain may come and go, but it is important to have the tooth evaluated as soon as possible to avoid further damage.
Filling or crown
Sensitive to sweets
Sensitivity to sweets typically indicates the presence of a cavity. Left untreated, cavities can cause more serious problems such as the need for a root canal or an extraction.
Filling or crown
Sensitive to hot
Sensitivity to heat often indicates a dead or dying nerve. If you have a tooth that is sensitive to heat, see a dentist right away.
Root Canal
Sensitive to cold
Sensitivity to cold can indicate gum recession and a need to visit your hygienist. Also, sensitivity to cold can indicate the presence or start of a cavity.
Crown, Filling, Cleaning
Bad taste in my mouth
Unhealthy gums, periodontal disease, fractured tooth or filling. Bacteria typically causes the bad taste. It may be gum or tooth related. You should be evaluated by a dentist to determine the cause of the problem.
Cleaning, Periodontal treatment, filling, crown
Bad breath
Bad breath can be an indication of gum disease, a serious condition that can cause you to lose your teeth.
Periodontal Treatment, LANAP, Cleaning
Broken or chipped tooth
A broken tooth is best handled immediately. Your tooth could be damaged further or become infected. Obviously, broken teeth do not get better on their own. See a dentist right away to avoid further damage or tooth loss.
Crown, filling, root canal, extraction
Jaw is clicking
TMJ Disorder, Wisdom tooth pain
TMJ Consultation, extractions
Swollen bump on the gum
A bump on the gum is often related to a dental abscess, which is an infection. You should see your dentist immediately. The bump can also indicate a periodontal condition that should be checked by your dentist.
Root Canal, Periodontal treatment

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