Scheduling Treatment To Discuss Dental Pain

Why would someone choose to spend more time in pain? If you try to ignore dental discomfort, or if you postpone an appointment in hopes that tooth pain will go away on its own, you could be guilty of making this kind of choice. You should know that our Ankeny, IA dentist’s office is here to help patients who experience dental discomfort and want to address it. In fact, we can even work with you on providing prompt care in order to address a possible dental emergency! We provide restorative treatments that can give you back your confidence in your health and bite function, and we can take care to properly restore your smile!

Dental Pain Can Be A Sign Of Real Trouble

Just how concerned should you be about dental discomfort? You should bring up aches and pains that you feel during a dental exam, as it can help us look out for problems with teeth, and it can help us recognize the need to address bruxism. If the pain is serious enough to impact your quality of life, we can take the extra step of bringing you in on short notice to see how we can help.

We Can Work With You To Provide Care On Short Notice

Our office takes pride in delivering reliable services to our patients. Part of what makes this possible is our commitment to delivering care when scheduled, as well as our commitment to maintaining office measures that limit infection risks from coronavirus. Even as we honor both of these, we can work with patients who need to see us on short notice. We understand that pain can be more than just alarming. It can stop you from biting and chewing in a way that feels natural, and it can be severe enough to make it difficult for you to stay focused. Once we bring you in, we can find the cause of your discomfort and recommend the appropriate care!

Will My Treatment Affect My Smile?

After restorative dental work occurs, we can provide protection for a tooth in the form of a dental filling, or by providing a dental crown. Both of these restorations can closely match the appearance of healthy enamel. The substances we use can preserve your smile, which can be especially important if you need work done on a front tooth. These materials are also strong enough to provide functional support that can preserve your biting and chewing functions.

Talk To Your Ankeny, IA Dentist About Your Dental Pain

If dental pain starts to impact you, we can work with you to make sure you have the right treatment provided as soon as possible. If you would like to learn more, or if you need to arrange your visit with us, please contact Dental Impressions at (515) 965-0230 to schedule a visit.