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Diseased Teeth Can Throb and Ache Nonstop


Posted on 3/6/2023 by Ankur Johri
Diseased Teeth Can Throb and Ache NonstopThrobbing pain in your tooth is a sign of trouble inside the tooth. More often than not, toothaches are caused by bacteria spreading and causing damage to the tooth and its surrounding tissues. Tooth decay is a major cause of toothaches and is caused by bacterial infection.

Bacteria found in your mouth feed on sugars in your food to grow and help it spread. It produces acids as a byproduct, which help it to weaken the protective layer of your tooth called the enamel. Once the enamel is damaged, the bacteria finds its way inside your tooth, causing more damage to the soft pulp inside the tooth. This pulp helps the tooth stay alive by containing nerves and blood vessels. Once the pulp gets infected, the tooth may get inflamed and start to decay from the inside.

The pulp inside the tooth might also die and start to decay. The decaying tissue then starts to form pus that has large amounts of bacteria, causing an abscess. An abscessed tooth is also very painful to deal with. A cracked or damaged tooth might also result in an abscess as space lets bacteria in easily.

Treatment for an Aching Tooth


At our clinics, our professionals will be able to fill any holes left by bacteria in your teeth as they spread their way inside. They will also rid the affected tooth of plaque and administer medication to help you clear the infection.

Your tooth will also get drained in the case of an abscess and the crack or open space filled and sealed off to prevent further bacterial infections. You will thank yourself later for choosing to repair and restore your tooth the right way. Visit our offices for the best medical care by the best-trained professionals.
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