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I had all my wisdom teeth extracted almost 2 wks ago & I'm still experiencing tingling, burning, nump in my chin&lip & teeth hurt at bottom of mouth?

I had all my wisdom teeth extracted  almost 2 wks ago & I'm still experiencing tingling, burning, nump in my chin&lip & teeth hurt at bottom of mouth?

Long Recovery: The length of your recovery is heavily dependent on the difficulty of your extractions, your past medical history, including any comorbidities. I would return to the surgeon who performed the surgeries and discuss further, especially if symptoms persist. ...Read more

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Dr. Bennett Machanic
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Tingling (Definition)

Tingling is a pins and needle like sensation anywhere on the body. May also be termed paresthesia. Can experience when elbow is bumped (funny bone), or even from frostbite. On its own, unlikely significant but may be part of nerve pathology from ...Read more


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Hi .Was trying to sleep , grinding teeth off/on then felt burning sensation & tingling near temple area. Then in bed, woke up .palpations , & tingling , burning ache everywhere ? Could TMJ cause this?

Hi .Was trying to sleep , grinding teeth off/on then felt burning sensation & tingling near temple area. Then in bed, woke up .palpations , & tingling , burning ache everywhere ? Could TMJ cause this?

TMJ not the cause: TMJ would not be a cause of palpitations and aching all over. Why not clear the TMJ? Draw a vertical line on your mirror. practice relaxing your jaw so that it opens midline. see www.grossaninstitute.com for more details. ...Read more

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What causes tingling nerves in your teeth?

What causes tingling nerves in your teeth?

Decay, nerve damage: When you say "tingling nerves, " it is hard to know if you mean a sensitivity, such as when you are eating or chewing, or a sensation all the time. Have a dentist check and an x-ray of the area you are experiencing the sensation to rule out decay, a fracture or nerve damage. ...Read more

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Tingling nerves in front teeth?

Tingling nerves in front teeth?

front teeth: Have you been using whitening gel, had a blow to the front teeth or other recent concerns? Have you seen a dentist to evaluate the teeth to check for potential reasons for the tingling? An x-ray of the front teeth will help to diagnose or rule out nerve damage. See your dentist if you haven't. A sensitivity tooth paste may help alleviate the feeling, but is not replacement for the dentist to ck. ...Read more

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I used whiting strips last night. Now this morning I woke up and my teeth feel like they are burning. What's a quick reliever for this?

I used whiting strips last night. Now this morning I woke up and my teeth feel like they are burning. What's a quick reliever for this?

White strips: Although whitening strips are an over-the-counter product, the fact is that you are putting a strong chemical in your mouth. For that reason, Teeth whitening is best done under a dentist's supervision. Many people are very sensitive to whitening products for a variety of reasons. You need to see your dentist for an examination to diagnose the cause of the sensitivity, and treatment recommendation ...Read more

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When you are wearing a soft splint at night how long does it take for the tingling sensation s in your teeth to stop?

Depends: If you are wearing the splint to help with nocturnal clench/grinding of your teeth, and if the "tingling" is due to the bruxism, then soon. Usually a hard nightguard works better. Check with your dentist. ...Read more

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It feels like the side of my tounge is rubbing against my teeth, it's very irritating. And sometimes my tounge has a burning sensation.

It feels like the side of my tounge is rubbing against my teeth, it's very irritating. And sometimes my tounge has a burning sensation.

Tongue inflammation: Or possible macroglossia. It is an abnormal enlargement of the tongue. The common cause is a result of trauma, tongue biting or dental irritation. The condition also called self-inflicted traumatic macroglossia. Your doctor may prescribe an anti-inflammatory drug or suggest an otc Ibuprofen to help minimize inflammation and reduce pain while the underlying cause is treated. ...Read more