Tooth Pain Treatments in Portland Metropolitan Area
Columbia Clinic Urgent Care & Walk-In Clinic Specializes in Tooth Pain Treatments Near You in Portland, OR. Call Today for More Information!
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Don’t let tooth pain interrupt your life!! Tooth pain can be so severe that it leaves you feeling completely debilitated. No one has time to be down-and-out because of pain in their tooth. But what if you can’t get in to see your dentist right away? Help is available at Columbia Urgent Care & Walk-in Clinic. Our knowledgable doctors and medical staff are here to get you feeling better and back on your feet as soon as possible.
The pain felt in a tooth is often the result of an irritation to the nerves in the root of your tooth. The central part of your tooth, known as the pulp, contains nerve endings that are very sensitive to pain. Infection and inflammation in the gums can cause pain to radiate to a tooth. Biting into something too hard can leave a tooth with a chip or crack in it that leads to pain. Decay in a tooth can cause tiny holes to develop that then leave your tooth with an aching feeling. At times food particle becomes lodged in between teeth creating irritation or inflammation and can lead to infection. Hypersensitivity occurs when the inner (dentin) layer of a tooth becomes exposed. In some cases pain appears to be in a tooth but is actually originating from your jaw joint, sinuses, or ears. Occasionally this pain can also be an indication that you are experiencing heart problems.
If your tooth pain persistently lasts for more than 1 or 2 days you should seek medical help. If the aching pain in your tooth is preventing you from going to work or keeping you from completing your daily tasks, it is time to see a doctor. And immediately seek medical help you if you injure a tooth, develop a fever, swollen gums, or have any discharge from your gums.
Here at Columbia Urgent Care & Walk-In Clinic our trusted doctors specialize in diagnosing and treating tooth pain. Your doctor will examine your tooth and determine the cause and origin of the pain. X-rays might be required. Antibiotics and/or pain medication might be prescribed. Depending upon the diagnosis of the cause of pain your doctor will discuss with you whether you need to see your dentist. If your doctor determines that your tooth pain is related to a serious medical condition then your doctor will explain what treatment options are necessary. Should your doctor prescribe antibiotics to treat infection and/or pain medication then Columbia pharmacy can quickly and accurately take care of all your prescription needs.
If tooth pain requires that your or a loved is in need of immediate medical attention then Columbia Urgent Care & Walk-In Clinic is the answer for you. Our 6 clinics are conveniently located throughout the Portland metropolitan area. Call today and speak with a member of our friendly medical staff to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced physicians. Columbia Clinics are also proud to offer walk-in medial services at 3 of our locations in the Portland area. Columbia Urgent Care & Walk-In Clinic is the place you can trust for all your families medical needs. Check out our website today to find the location nearest you!