If you are experiencing tooth pain or jaw pain, our staff at Newingham Dental Center can provide immediate treatment to relieve your pain and identify the cause of your symptoms. Dr. Newingham and the talented members of our team are dedicated to giving our patients happy and pain-free smiles. There are many different potential causes for tooth pain or jaw pain, but if you call us to schedule an appointment, we’ll find a solution that works for you.
Do You Have Sudden Tooth Pain and Jaw Pain?
Did the pain appear suddenly and without warning? Your teeth and mouth may be suffering from serious infection or gum disease. Whenever you are feeling significant dental pain, you can always give our office a call to schedule an appointment. Our staff is trained to deal with dental emergencies, and if you call, we will do everything we can to see you and treat you on the same day.
Dr. Newingham gives his phone number and email to every new patient, so that every patient can seek treatment and get help when they need it. If you suffered from a fall or other injury and suddenly have tooth pain or have lost a tooth, you should contact our office right away. If we can see you and treat you soon, we may be able to save the tooth and prevent any lasting damage to your mouth. In the case of an emergency, please call our office at 248-972-8720.
Are You Experiencing Prolonged Jaw and Mouth Pain?
If you often wake up with pain or soreness in your face and jaw, you may be suffering from temporomandibular joint disorder. The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the joint underneath your ear that connects your jaw to your head. Misalignment and other issues can lead to long-term pain, soreness, and other ailments.
If you are feeling jaw pain or if you hear clicking or popping sounds as you open and close your mouth, you may suffer from TMJ disorder. At Newingham Dental Center we can provide customized solutions to help treat your jaw problems and relieve your pain. By examining your jaw, taking X-rays, and talking with you about the symptoms, we will devise a plan that meets your own body’s needs. Some solutions include adjusting your crowns and fillings. Our office can also provide oral appliances that will prevent tooth grinding and misalignment during sleep, which will ease the symptoms you feel while you’re awake.
Dr. Newingham always views surgery as a last resort. We will work with you to find less invasive options that can effectively treat the pain in your tooth and jaw and remove the factors that are causing that pain in the first place. If you are feeling any pain in your jaw or teeth, please give our office a call right away. You can reach our Birmingham, MI office at 248-972-8720 or schedule an appointment using our online form.