People often come to our Dental clinic for a routine dental checkup are surprised to hear that they need treatment like a filling, teeth cleaning, or even a root canal and a crown.
"Do I need a dental treatment when I don't feel any pain in my teeth?"
The answer is simple. By the time you feel pain, the decay or gum problem has already processed to a more serious level, often causing more damage to the teeth and surrounding tissues and thus requiring more involved and expensive procedure.
Unfortunately, too many people only see a dentist when they are in pain. Like many other medical conditions, if you catch problems in early stages, they are usually easier to treat with simple procedures.