Schaumburg Tooth Pain Dentist

Don’t let a toothache ruin your day, we can help!

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Your comfort comes first!

At Schaumburg Smiles, we understand toothaches can be uncomfortable and painful. That’s why we provide gentle, effective care to help alleviate your pain and get you back to feeling like yourself again. Our team of experienced dentists uses a variety of techniques to treat toothaches.

We’ll work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that meets your unique dental needs and gets you the results you’re looking for. Book an appointment with us today and take the first step towards a pain-free smile!

Schedule your tooth pain appointment

Don’t let a toothache stop you! Our team at Schaumburg Smiles will assess your needs and determine which treatment is the right option for you. We make professional dental care stress-free and super easy!

Call (847) 397-7161 or book now.

When to see your dentist for a toothache

Knowing when to see your dentist for a toothache is essential to avoid further damage and pain. Here are some signs and symptoms that indicate it’s time to schedule an appointment:

  • Persistent pain: If your toothache lasts longer than a day or two, it’s a good idea to see your dentist.
  • Swelling: Swelling in your face, gums, or other areas around the affected tooth can be a sign of infection.
  • Temperature sensitivity: If your toothache is accompanied by sensitivity to hot or cold temperatures, it could be a sign of nerve damage or decay.
  • Pain while biting or chewing: Pain while biting or chewing can be a sign of a cracked tooth or decay that has reached the nerve.
  • Bad taste or smell: A bad taste or smell in your mouth, could be another sign of an infection.

If you’re experiencing any of these signs or symptoms, schedule an appointment today with our caring dentists. At Schaumburg Smiles, we’ll get you feeling better in no time!

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Common causes of toothaches and how we can help

Toothaches can be caused by a variety of factors, and our experienced dentists at Schaumburg Smiles can help you identify the root cause of your tooth pain and provide effective treatment options. Here are some of the most common causes:


Tooth decay is a leading cause of toothaches. If left untreated, cavities can cause significant pain and even lead to tooth loss.

We can provide gentle, effective treatment options to restore your tooth’s health and relieve your toothache pain, either with dental fillings or same-day dental crowns.

Gum Disease

Gum disease can cause toothaches as well as other symptoms like bleeding gums, bad breath, and receding gums.

We can address the underlying causes of gum disease and promote healthy gums through regular dental cleanings and exams.


Toothaches can also be caused by physical injuries to the teeth, such as a chipped or cracked tooth.

We can repair damaged teeth and relieve your toothache pain. We offer various restorative treatments, such as veneers, tooth bonding, and implants.

No matter the cause of your toothache, our caring dentists at Schaumburg Smiles are here to help. We use the latest technology to accurately diagnose the root cause of your toothache and provide effective treatment options. Book now to restore your oral health and relieve your smile!

Toothache prevention for kids: start good habits early

Helping your children maintain good oral hygiene habits can prevent toothaches and promote healthy teeth and gums. At Schaumburg Smiles, our friendly and experienced dentists can provide tips on how to help your kids brush and floss effectively to help them develop good oral hygiene habits for life.

Call (847) 397-7161 to learn more about toothache prevention!

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Your tooth pain questions answered

Can a toothache go away on its own?

A toothache may go away on its own if it’s caused by a minor issue, such as a small cavity. However, if your toothache persists or worsens, it’s important to book an appointment with your dentist to identify the underlying cause and prevent further damage.

How can my dentist treat a toothache?

Your dentist can treat a toothache by identifying the underlying cause of the pain and providing appropriate treatment. Depending on the cause, treatment options may include fillings, root canals, extractions, or antibiotics to treat infections.

Why do patients choose us

High-quality Treatments

Less is more in dentistry. Only the care you need — nothing more.

Friendly Environment

Patients can’t stop talking about our wonderful team of providers and support staff.

Convenient Experience

Online booking, emergency visits, and an average waiting room time of just 3 minutes!

Approachable Care

All ages are welcome. Transparent pricing. Easy payment options. We make dental care easy.

Get help in a hurry

Does your crown feel loose? Lost or cracked a crown? Don’t wait. We offer emergency exams to help you feel better quickly.

Call (847) 397-7161

Join our membership program and save 15%!

Worried about how you’ll afford the dental services you need? We’ve got you.

We’ve designed a membership program to help keep your dental care investment at a comfortable cost. Plans are available for kids, adults, families, and for those with periodontal needs.

Learn more about our dental savings options.

Payment Options

We accept most PPO insurances. We also offer no-interest financing through CareCredit. Have questions about the estimated cost of a specific dental service?

Contact your insurance or give us a call: (847) 397-7161.

You’re in great company

“I always receive exceptional service. Whether it’s routine cleanings, fillings, or crowns, this is the absolute best dental practice in Schaumburg.”

— Stan L.

“Dr. Hardenbergh explained my treatment options and answered all my questions. Appointments run on time and they never leave me waiting.”

— Stephanie H.

“The best experience. Thoughtful, caring, and most importantly they all make you feel welcome. A great dentist!”

— Mike

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1622 E Algonquin Rd.
Suite C
Schaumburg, IL 60173

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Monday: 10am – 2pm (office hours only)
Tuesday: 8am – 5pm
Wednesday: 8am – 5pm
Thursday: 8am – 3pm
Friday: 8am – 3pm

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Take advantage of our $99 new patient special. Book online or call us at (847) 397-7161.