Tooth Pain Guide for Boston & Lynnfield areas

Please select from the list below the title that best reflects your pain.

Momentary sensitivity to hot or cold foods


Sensitivity to hot or cold foods after dental treatment


crack in the tooth. There may be damage to the pulp tissue inside the tooth.</p> <h3>What To Do</h3> <p>See a dentist for evaluation. If the problem is a cracked tooth, your dentist may send you to an endodontist. <strong>Cracked tooth pain</strong> comes from damage to the inner soft tissue of the tooth, the pulp. Endodontists are dentists who specialize in pulp-related procedures. Endodontic treatment, also known as root canal treatment, can relieve that pain.</p> <p>”>

Sharp pain when biting down on food


Lingering pain after eating hot or cold foods


Constant and severe pain and pressure, swelling of gum, and sensitivity to touch


Dull ache and pressure in upper teeth and jaw


Chronic pain in head, neck, or ear