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Can Tooth Pain Just Come Randomly?

Toothache or tooth pain may develop for many different reasons. Such as sensitivity, cavities, and many more. There are different types of pain one may feel, such as throbbing pain, sharp pain, and even constant pain.

However, as per the majority of dentist Bayswater sudden pains mostly occur due to either sensitivity or biting down something hard.

It is important to figure out the reason for such pain sooner rather than later as it may harm the overall oral health.

Here are a few explanations why pain may take place suddenly.

  • Gum Disease

Most adults get affected by gum disease due to their lifestyle habits. At times gum tissue may wear off as the age of an individual increases. These kinds of gum recession leave the roots which lead to diseases.

Some of the potential signs of these problems are bad breath, pain in the jaw, sensitivity towards cold or hotness, and missing teeth. People dealing with this disease may also face bleeding or swollen gums.

Mostly there are 2 stages of gum disease i.e., primary stage or gingivitis and later stage or periodontitis. Primary stages can be taken care of by inhabiting good oral hygiene but the later stage might require medication depending upon the severity.

  • Weak Enamel

Enamel is the outer layer of the teeth which is comparatively harder than the inner layer of dentin. Due to the eating habit, using hard toothbrushes and a high acidity diet of today's generation the enamel protection of teeth gradually weakens.

These kinds of pains are certain and sharp. The issue can be treated with the help of a dentist. In minor cases, most of the dentist in Bendigo suggest opting for toothpaste specially made for sensitive teeth. But for the further presence of decay careful treatment might be necessary.

  • Tooth Sensitivity

Weak enamel directly leads to tooth sensitivity as worn enamel exposes the tubules of dentin which connects nerves inside the tooth and exposes them to extreme heat or cold. It is one of the sharpest and most sudden pain that one might feel in their teeth.

Biting certain foods sometimes boosts such pain. The first thing that such patients do is to go for desensitizing kinds of toothpaste and start using any desensitizing agent like fluoride gel to protect the existing enamel. For further treatment, they can consult a doctor.

  • Dental Abscesses or Cavities

Dental cavities are very common problems that many people have suffered with. When the enamel wears off or develops a hole in the surface the roots get exposed to infections and they get spaced between gum and tooth.

When left untreated these infections may grow further and let you know their presence through sudden pain. Symptoms like swollen cheek, severe pain in the jaw or gum, red gums, and fever for severe cases are indications that a pocket of infection has been formed inside.

Consulting a dentist is necessary to get rid of this problem as the cavity needs to be drilled out. People suffering from Abscesses will also require a few antibiotics in case they are having fever and swelling.

  • Teeth Clenching

Not intentionally but some people clench or grind their teeth when they are stressed or in anxiety. Other than this it can also be a sleeping habit for a few individuals. This grinding causes chronic sensitivity of teeth.

The habit usually increases in poor sleep or high-stress circumstances and leads to the following symptoms - ear and jaw pain, headaches, enlarged jaw muscles, and tension in neck muscles.

To help with such habits primarily one can use a mouth guard but for long-term benefits, one should seek ways to reduce stress or anxiety like breathing exercises, yoga, meditation, etc.

  • Sinuses Inflammation

One of the rare yet painful oral problems is sinus Inflammation which is called sinusitis in medical science. Infected sinuses create pressure at the ending point of the nerve which is directly connected with teeth which results in sudden pain in the jaw and teeth along with forehead, eye, and cheek pain.

Bad breath, yellow or green discharge from the nose, and high fever are other symptoms of cush inflammation. In case of severe pain, one should consult a doctor. It takes at least 2-3 weeks to cure sinusitis. In between, one can apply primary treatments like warm compresses or nasal decongestants.


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