It’s normal to occasionally grapple with sensitive teeth, unhealthy gums, a dull ache in teeth, or even a sharp pain in a tooth. As much as we try to brush twice a day, floss every day, and eat foods that are healthy for our teeth, none of us are perfect. And even those of us with impeccable dental hygiene can suffer from dental issues merely because of bad luck. Accidents can damage teeth and cause pain. Or you may be genetically predisposed to having more brittle or sensitive teeth.
First things first: Cascade Endodontics wants to applaud you. If you’ve searched or stumbled upon this blog, that means you’re doing the due diligence needed to take care of a dental issue. Whether you’re experiencing tooth pain that makes it hard to eat those sugary treats you love, or if you’ve injured a tooth and are looking for expert treatment in the Orem area, we thank you for taking your dental health into your own hands.
Pain can be your body’s way of telling you something’s wrong! And if you’ve ever felt the sharp pain or the dull throbbing of a toothache, you know that tooth pain can be hard to ignore. But if you search the Utah Valley area and get 100 toothache sufferers together, you might get 100 different stories about how, where, and even when the pain starts.