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Dental Abscess Treatment in Gordon

Dental Abscess Treatment for Managing Dental Infections

Dental Abscess Treatment is an endodontic treatment used to remove and heal a dental abscess; a pocket of pus in or around a tooth caused by a bacterial infection. Dental Abscess Treatment involves draining the abscess, root canal or tooth extraction and treating the infection with medication. The treatment and duration of the healing period afterwards can vary depending on the severity of the condition.
Dental Abscess is a serious condition that requires urgent attention from a dentist. Left untreated, a dental abscess can become very serious and even life-threatening as the infection spreads to other parts of the body. See your dentist at the first sign of symptoms.
Book an Appointment If You Have Dental Abscess Symptoms:
  • Discomfort or pain around your mouth or jaw
  • Pain and sensitivity around your mouth and jaw
  • Swelling
  • Bad breath
  • Fever

What To Expect

The goal of treatment is to get rid of the infection and where possible, save the affected tooth. The procedure to treat a dental abscess will involve your dentist making a small incision to drain the abscess and reduce swelling. To eliminate the infection and save the tooth, your dentist will likely perform a root canal treatment. If the condition is severe and the tooth cannot be saved, your dentist will extract (pull) the tooth. Medication may be prescribed following the procedure to eliminate any remaining infection. Dental Abscess Treatment can take two or more visits.

Dentists in Gordon: Dental Abscess Treatment and Endodontics

Do not wait to contact our friendly reception for support if you are in pain.If you are experiencing a severe toothache or any other dental abscess symptoms, professional treatment is necessary as soon as possible to avoid further discomfort and complications.The Atria DentalĀ® team is highly skilled in performing endodontic treatments including Dental Abscess Treatment and Root Canal Therapy and patient from other clinics are often referred to our dentists for such treatments.To learn more about dental abscess treatment, or book a consultation contact our team today on 02 4006 8310 or make an appointment online.

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