Scheduling Urgent Care To Have An Infected Tooth Treated

If you start to experience tooth pain or sensitivity that refuses to subside, it may be a warning that your tooth is infected. In time, an infection can do serious harm to your oral health – without the right treatment, you can lose your tooth! Between the risk of tooth loss and the potentially severe discomfort, it can be hard to ignore symptoms of an infection. Fortunately, your Katy, TX dentist is prepared to help you on short notice. During an emergency dental appointment, your tooth can be evaluated, treated, and restored so that an infection no longer concerns you!

Problems With An Infected Tooth Should Not Be Ignored

If you have reason to believe that your tooth is infected, you should seek treatment as soon as possible. Putting off treatment means spending more time in pain, and it could lead to a tooth’s health worsening to the point where it cannot be restored. Infections attack a tooth’s living tissues, which is why the problem can become painful enough to make a patient seek emergency dental work.

We Can Meet With You To Discuss Severe Pain And Sensitivity

If you are in pain, or if sensitivity makes any biting and chewing difficult, our practice can see you on short notice to determine what the matter is. These issues can occur if an advanced cavity has led to infection, or if your tooth is physically injured. When an infection forms, the bacteria will eventually make their way through the roots of a tooth and spread beyond it. The harm can become severe enough to make a tooth extraction necessary. When the matter is brought to your dentist’s attention in time, root canal therapy can be performed.

Will My Treatment Affect My Smile?

If you experience pain in a tooth that is hard to hide when you speak and smile, you can have some understandable fears around treatment and your appearance. Will the work to save your tooth affect the way you look? You can be relieved to know that when we provide care, we can use a custom dental crown that actually matches your tooth structure. By doing this, we can keep your tooth safe without changing the way you look!

Our Katy, TX Dentist’s Office Is Ready To Address Your Infected Tooth

If you start to experience problems with pain or sensitivity, you can find yourself eager to see a dentist as soon as possible. At our practice, we provide emergency dental services when patients are struggling with discomfort – in addition to resolving pain in less time, this increases our chances of responding to an infection before the tooth cannot be saved! To find out more, call Lathrop Dental Center in Katy, TX, at 832-437-3849.