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Dental Tooth Ache

Suffering From a Toothache in Adelaide?

Stop putting up with unnecessary pain. We can relieve your toothache at Perfect Smile Adelaide.

Get fast toothache pain relief with same day appointments in Adelaide!

When a tooth starts to ache, it can be tempting to just wait it out and hope that the pain goes away. But if you have a toothache, it’s important to see a dentist as soon as possible. 

Ignoring a toothache can lead to serious issues down the line, such as tooth decay or even an infection that spreads beyond the mouth. Seeing one of the dentists at Perfect Smile right away can help prevent these complications. This ensures that any necessary treatment is completed sooner rather than later. 

Putting off your dentist appointment may lead to worsening pain and more expensive treatment in the future. So when it comes to toothache pain relievers, don’t delay – contact the team at Perfect Smile Adelaide today.

Our services

General Dentistry

Perfect Smile in Adelaide is fully equipped with all the latest technology to bring you the best dental experience. From routine checkups and cleans to fillings, extractions and root canals.

Dental Fillings

Fillings seal any holes in your teeth and thereby prevent further decay and protect against harmful infections. Not only do filling alleviate current pain, but they can also prevent future dental problems from developing.

Dental Veneers

Get porcelain veneers and elevate your smile. Our dentist have years of hands-on experience in crafting custom veneers. Click below to find out how it works.

Why choose Perfect Smile ?

Expert, Friendly Team

With years of experience in dentistry procedures, our friendly staff will be with you through each stage of your treatment.

Convenient Location

We are conveniently located in the Adelaide CBD at 50 Hutt St, with 2 hours free parking nearby. Check our contact page on how to find us.

Innovative Technology

We have the latest dental and procedures for shorter treatment times and the best outcomes.

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Frequently Asked Questions

It can be frustrating and even alarming to suddenly experience dental pain, but there are a few common reasons for it. 

One possibility is that you have a cavity, which can lead to inflamed nerves and sensitivity to hot or cold foods. Gum disease can also cause discomfort in the teeth and gums, as can a cracked or broken tooth. In some cases, the pain may actually be caused by sinus pressure or an ear infection. 

Regardless of the reason, it’s important to schedule an appointment with Perfect Smile as soon as possible to diagnose and treat the problem. 

Ignoring dental pain can lead to even bigger issues down the road, so don’t hesitate to seek professional help for your oral health.

When it comes to dental pain, a toothache is just the tip of the iceberg. In addition to discomfort in the affected tooth or teeth, patients may also experience headache and earache as referred pain spreads through the nerves in the head and face. Swelling of the affected area and even fever can also occur. 

Some individuals may also experience difficulty chewing or sensitive responses to hot and cold food or drinks. 

It’s important to seek treatment for dental pain as soon as possible, not only for relief from these symptoms but also to prevent further damage to the tooth. 

Untreated tooth decay can lead to infection and, ultimately, tooth loss if not addressed promptly.

There are a variety of treatment options that are available for toothache relief and dental pain. While over-the-counter pain medication may be effective in the short-term, they may not address the underlying cause of the pain. 

A visit to Perfect Smile can help to diagnose the problem, whether it be decay, infection, or nerve damage. From there, they can recommend further treatment options, such as a filling, root canal, or extraction. 

While dental problems can be uncomfortable in the short term, undergoing appropriate treatment can save you from even more pain in the long run.

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