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Tooth pain can occur at any time, and it's one of the reasons that people go to a dentist, and we don't want you to wait overnight.
Strong biting can fracture your tooth and you may have severe pain in result. Tooth pain also can be occured by hot or cold drinks and food. Tooth pain is a sign that your tooth needs care and it can't be ignored. The injury can also damage your nerves or blood vessels. If an infection occurs and you keep ignoring the pain, you may eventually lose the tooth, so you should make sure to contact our emergency dentist in Bonney Lake immediately, so we can see what causes your tooth pain and what treatment needs to be done to prevent any further infections.
If you have dental emergencies when we're closed, just call 253.863.5188 because we have on-call dentists at night and on weekends. Our dentist can talk to you over the phone and determine what the next step is. To determine if your tooth pain is an emergency, we always advise that if it hurts, it's an emergency. Even the minor pain can affect the living tissues inside the teeth. Even if you aren't in much pain, any structural damage to a tooth — from a sports injury, for example — should be considered an emergency. Chips or fractures can affect the living tissue inside the tooth, causing more problems in the future. Your dentist can prevent the damage from getting worse.
Always remember. If you have tooth pain, call 253.863.5188 immediately. Your teeth are worth it.