ToothacheAcute toothache can be a cause for concern.

Toothache can be continuous and intermittent, both spontaneous and due to the influence of various stimuli.


● Caries - in the beginning, the pain is minor; it usually emerges mainly while using hot or cold, sour or sweet food and liquids. Deeper caries cause pain while every eating and brushing your teeth.

● Teeth enamel erosion and cracks - can cause tooth hypersensitivity.

● Pulpitis - unexplained stabbing toothache mainly at night. The pain may expand to the temple area of the head and the ear.

● Periodontitis - a constant, sharp pain, mostly throbbing. Pain intensifies while touching a tooth. Periodontitis can be incorporated with a dental cyst.

Toothache can be a sign of state complication. If the pain disappears on its own, it doesn’t denote any health improvement, but rather it is a sign of the next stage complication. The nerves get damaged, and this process's continuation often leads to such complications as periostitis, abscess, phlegmon, and osteomyelitis.

It is necessary to consult a dentist in the emergence of the first signs of pain.

Only a specialist can diagnose the disease and the real cause of pain. In that case, he will help you to avoid further complications.