Tooth Pain: Cracked tooth syndrome

A cracked tooth is such a common occurring problem that it has its own syndrome named after it.  Cracked tooth syndrome is a term used for a transient (not long lasting) acute pain experienced occasionally while chewing.  It is sometimes difficult to locate and reproduce.  It is most likely to occur among individuals who crack […]

Tooth pain due to Sinus problems.

This is a timely blog because it is about this time of year that we see a lot of patients that come in with pain that is due to sinus problems and not dental issues.  This is a year round problem due to allergies, colds, and sinus infections, but seems more prevalent in the spring […]

Dental pain: Hypersensitivity (extremely sensitive teeth).

Dental hypersensitivity is defined as an adverse reaction to contact with specific substances in quantities that usually produce no reaction in most individual.  It can also be an allergic tendency to contact with specific substances and usually has an unusual violent, or intense  reaction.  Hypersensitivity can be divided into 2 types: 1) immediate; and 2) […]

Tooth pain: what you need to tell your dentist.

Probably the most frustrating thing for both patient and dentist is when the patient has been having dental pain and the dentist is unable to tell them why they were having the dental pain.  The most common reason for this because of the amount of time between the dental pain and the patient’s visit to […]