Flatbush oral pain
At our dental practice, we specialize in saving teeth. Our top-notch endodontist, Dr. Michael I. Feinberg, can help you if you experience dental trauma and have a resulting dislodged tooth. Additionally, if you are experiencing Flatbush oral pain, you should make an immediate appointment to come to our endodontic practice, Michael I. Feinberg.
At our practice, our endodontist can help you with Flatbush oral pain or by providing emergency endodontic care for teeth that have experienced trauma. Two common trauma injuries of teeth are when teeth are dislodged or avulsed. When a tooth is dislodged, it means that the tooth has been pushed back into its socket. This can happen when there is tooth trauma during some type of accident, or even sports participation. If the tooth is partially pushed out of its socket, our endodontist may be able to reposition the tooth. This will stabilize the tooth, and hopefully save the tooth. Our dentist will need to check that the pulp is remaining healthy, and if this occurs, no additional treatment will be necessary. But if our endodontist determines that the pulp is becoming damaged or infected, a root canal treatment will be required. Root canal treatment is effective in saving teeth in over 90% of cases; it can be performed while our patient remains perfectly comfortable in our dentist’s chair due to our use of state-of-the-art equipment and techniques, and modern dental anesthesia. When root canal treatment is necessary, it is usually started just a few weeks after the initial injury has occurred. At a later time, a permanent root canal filling will be placed and the root canal system will be sealed. When a tooth is avulsed it has been knocked out of your mouth. In this case, contact our office immediately and let our office staff provide you with the safest way to transport the tooth to our office.
If you have a dislodged or avulsed tooth, or Flatbush oral pain, contact our office for an immediate appointment.
Toothache in Boro Park
A cracked tooth can put you at risk for a toothache, an infection, and even for losing your tooth. As such, it is something that should not be ignored. A toothache can have a variety of causes, and even a cracked tooth is not always evident. Whenever you have a toothache in Boro Park, you should seek out the help of Dr. Feinberg.
In addition to a common toothache, other symptoms that can indicate a cracked tooth are pain when you chew or release your bite, or from hot or cold foods and drinks. Pain may be intermittent, seeming to go away and then returning. Initially, and if a cracked tooth is caught early, diagnosed, and treated, you may be fortunate to avoid damage to the tooth’s pulp or the onset of an infection. A crack leaves your tooth open to bacteria. Ordinarily, your tooth enamel forms a protective barrier all around. So this is another reason to take action right away when you have a toothache in Boro Park. If there is no pulp damage or infection, the solution can be as simple as taking impressions for a dental crown, which has to be made at the lab. Fortunately, you can be fitted with a temporary crown, which will protect the tooth and prevent any additional damage until the permanent crown is completed. However, with pulp damage or an infection, the solution is going to be root canal therapy. Fortunately, though, advanced techniques and equipment have led to a situation where you need not be fearful. Most patients report very little or even no pain when getting one. Best of all, your tooth can be saved that way. The worst case scenario is that the tooth will have to be extracted, which happens when root canal therapy is not a viable option.
Make our office your first call when you have a toothache in Boro Park. We will get you seen as quickly as possible.
Michael I. Feinburg
1718 East 17th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11229
Emergency dentist in Boro Park
Dental trauma is an often-underestimated source of discomfort and pain. Even a little hairline crack can cause a great deal of pain and needs the help of our emergency dentist in Boro Park to alleviate the pain and cure any infection. A crack in a tooth can be caused by any number of different traumas. Cracks can be the results of an injury due to being hit in the tooth by some object, or biting into something to hard or due to decay. When a crack occurs it can allow bacteria and contaminants to get to the soft inner core of the pulp and cause infection as well as causing movement of the pulp or its protective outer layers of enamel, dentin and cementum. The pulp contains blood vessels, nerves and connective tissue, which can become irritated when exposed to movement.
There are many different types of cracks, and the type of treatment needed and its success depends of the type of crack, its location and severity. Cracks and fractures in the tooth can immediately split the tooth if they are severe enough or may start out affecting only area of the tooth; however, even small cracks can get much bigger over time if not attended to by our emergency dentist in Boro Park. Unlike bones cracks and fractures in teeth do not heal completely, so our doctor focuses on relieving pain and stabilizing the tooth to prevent further loss. An endodontic treatment, root canal, and equipping the tooth with a porcelain crown top is the best way to prevent cracks from spreading. Teeth that have had endodontic treatments and crowns generally function for many years usually as long as any natural tooth.
Other dental traumas include teeth that have been chipped into two or more pieces as well as those that have come completely out of the mouth. Sometimes our emergency dentist in Boro Park will be able to re-establish the knocked out tooth or shifted in its original socket and save it. If you experience a cracked tooth or any other form of dental trauma please call our office and set up a consultation with our doctor as soon as possible.
Treat dental trauma in Boro Park
If you have a dental problem caused by dental trauma, you should make an appointment immediately to come in to see our endodontist at our endodontic practice, Michael I. Feinberg. When you need to see an endodontist who can treat dental trauma in Boro Park, you will definitely want to seek out the services of our expert endodontist, Dr. Michael I. Feinberg.
At our endodontic practice, our goal is always to save the tooth. Many patients come to our endodontic practice when they need an endodontist to treat dental trauma in Boro Park caused by a tooth which has been dislodged or knocked out, or who suffer from other traumatic injury. When a tooth has been dislodged, it has been pushed back into its socket. If a tooth has been pushed partially out of its socket, our endodontist may likely be able to stabilize your tooth and reposition it in your mouth. As long as the tooth pulp remains healthy, there will not be a need for any additional treatment. But, if the tooth pulp becomes damaged you will need to have a root canal procedure at our office. If you need a root canal treatment, it is usually performed within a few weeks after the original injury. Initially a medication such as calcium hydroxide will be placed inside the tooth. Finally, a permanent root canal filling will be placed into the tooth, the canal will be sealed, and the tooth should recover. If a tooth is completely knocked out of your mouth it is very important that you contact our endodontic practice right away. In this case time is definitely of the essence. At that time, our staff will tell you exactly how to safely transport your tooth to the office. Once you come to our office, our endodontist will decide on the proper treatment that is needed in order to save the tooth.
For an appointment to see our endodontist to treat dental trauma in Boro Park contact us immediately; let our staff know that you need an emergency appointment.