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Several factors can cause toothaches.

Cracked teeth and cavities are the culprits of sharp, stabbing pains that occur when biting down on your food. If you experience throbbing pain that will not let up, chances are you may have an abscessed tooth or infection. If you are experiencing these symptoms, it is highly recommended that you seek dental treatment as quickly as possible.

Your dentist knows best:

Toothaches are a common issue even for those that practice good oral hygiene. Some toothaches are minor and may not require you to make an immediate dental appointment. Waiting until your pain worsens is not a good choice. Scheduling an appointment with your dental provider ensures that you will receive a proper treatment plan that will aid in keeping problematic conditions from turning severe.

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