Severe cases of jaw pain may include symptoms such as chest pain, breathing complication, difficulty in swallowing, locked jaw, nausea and vomiting. Sometimes, pain in the jaw is triggered by some dental conditions such as dry socket, impacted tooth and tooth decay. In other cases, jaw pain could be a symptom of life-threatening health conditions like heart attack and oral cancer.
Talk to your dentist or physician when you notice the early signs of jaw pain. Consult your dental care partners here at Penrith Dental Clinic and we can help you to be well informed about the condition. Through performing a thorough exam, we can find the best treatment for you so you can have better oral health for life.
Contact us today for our FREE Dental Consultation for emergency appointments or claim our PAY NO GAP offer for General Dental Treatments if you have a health fund. Call us on (02) 4721 7771 or simply book your appointment online.
Penrith Dental Clinic
Address: Suite 4A, Penrith Medical Centre / 61-79 Henry St, Penrith, NSW 2750
Phone: (02) 4721 7771