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Feel Pulse In Teeth
I have started to get a pulsing butterfly feeling in my front bottom teeth, it has been like this most of the day and it started a bit yesterday.
Pulsating tooth: All teeth have a nerve and blood supply to them that enters through the tip of the root. Anything that traumatizes that area, clenching, grinding, a blow to the jaw, etc may have a negative affect on the tooth causing the death of the tooth due to strangulation of the blood and nerve supply to the tooth. The "pulsing butterfly sensation" may be an indication that this is the case. Seek tx asap. ...Read more
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
I have been having really bad headaches the past 5 day and they're all day everyday and I can feel my head pulsing and even in my teeth.
Headaches: You need to see a physician and be evaluated. There are many causes and we cannot diagnose the cause or help you over the internet. Please see a doctor asap. ...Read more
Why does my jaw and teeth clench? Always feel jolted awake during day naps. Feel blood pulsing in face and jaw comes together in naps. Teeth grinded
Bruxism (grinding/clenching) is a very complicated symptom that a lot of people deal with. The most common excuse for bruxing is stress related, however recent studies have linked clenching and grinding with sleep apnea.
You could be clenching because you are not getting enough air while sleeping.
You can have different splints made to help with the grinding and pain while sleeping. See a specialis. ...Read more
I had dressing to treat dry socket after impacted wisdom teeth removal. Dressing removed 2 days. Still have dull pulsing pain on one side. Is this ok?
The rule of thumb: The gauze packing should be removed and replaced every 24 hours until symptoms subside. If concerned see your surgeon for management. ...Read more
My one teeth was crack & half broken 3 yrs ago because of cavity. Root canal treatment done on that teeth. But now pulse is rising out from that teeth?
Please see below: Please see the dentist who did rct. ...Read more
1) tmj/muscle dysfunction problems are treated by a dentist. Select a dentist that routinely treats TMJ with functional orthopedic type applicances. Many dentist treat tmj, however only about 5% are really good at it.
2) at home - work with the jaw exercise on my web sit: dentalproblemsolvers. Com. ...Read more
I have heard about lipus (low intensity pulse ultrasound), that it regrows natural tooth. Is this true?
No: This is untrue.Get a more detailed answer ›
What do you recommend if I had a root canal in january. But can feel a pulse in the tooth. It is the top right side. Second from the back.?
What can be the reason for tooth with root canal done 8 years ago to suddenly starts to hurt. It's not very bad it does not pulse and it's not constant?
RCT tooth pain: There are many possibilities which include root fracture, crown fracture, periodontal or apical abscess, bruxism or even an adjacent tooth with a problem. This needs to be evaluated by dentist in person with a clinical exam, x-rays and possible some other tests. We can only guess, your own dentist can determine the actual cause. ...Read more
Tooth pain front anterior (#26) - electric shock tooth pain -pulse of sort of pain - pain rating : 3 pain last about 1 sec?
Visit your dentist: Did you have a trauma to your lower anterior jaw area? It sounds like maybe you may have a chip at the edge of the tooth, and you may even have exposed dentin (inside part of tooth under enamel) or even an exposed nerve. If not, you may have tooth abrasion caused by overzealous brushing or even an occlusal issue. Visit your dentist, and he/she can tell you what is going on. ...Read more
Toothache can cause headache and dizziness? I'm experiencing these symptoms during the day. My tooth pulses and I can hardly chew. What should I do?
Yes, it can: It appears you may have an infection, which is also taxing your immune system. Not eating right and not sleeping well can also cause your symptoms. Why are you waiting to call a dentist for an appointment? This will not pass by itself, but will become worse in the near future. Call today and feel better tomorrow. ...Read more
Loose tooth front bottom crack in tooth small bump at bottom of tooth sometime with pulse in it no tooth pain is that normal?
Contact DDS: See your dentist ASAP for an evaluation. Possible history of past trauma or decay, if the tooth can be saved, treat it immediately, if the tooth is deemed non-restorable, have a treatment plan for the replacement if possible. ...Read more
Had root canal small bump on gum looks pulse like is that normal do I need more antibotics before getting crown I don't want tooth pulled no pain are?
Upper left wisdom only one side is through my gums been having light pressure in that side of my head followed my often feeling my pulse in my gums where the tooth is. Is this normal?
Wisdom teeth: Sometimes wisdom teeth are valuable asset when healthy and properly aligned, but more often, they are misaligned and require removal. The removal of wisdom teeth is one of the most common procedures at ages 15-24. See your dentist for evaluation, x-rays, treatment or referral to OS. ...Read more
Possibly: Pain in a molar tooth can radiate into your face, jaw, and possibly your ear. It could also give you a headache. If you know you have a dental issue I would recommend you have it taken care of first, as this is the obvious pathology and if the pounding in your ear doesn't stop I would have you see an otolaryngologist (ENT) for an examination. ...Read more
Bump above tragus, I only feel it when I press on it&i feel pulse their, it is a bit painful. It disappears when I open my mouth. What could it be?
Seek exam.: Likely a reactive lymph node. If it persists another week. Seek exam by oral surgeon or ENT doc ...Read more
Could BP drop to 85/69 just from not eating enough during the day? BP was 85/69 pulse was 113 I panic put salt in mouth and BP went 113/85 pulse 120
Low blood pressure: Not taking enough fluid can cause this. It is similar to dehydration. You need to hydrate yourself by drinking a lot of fluid with electrolytes in it such as Pedialyte, gatorex etc. For the acute treatment. Eating complete meal with fruit and vegetables 3 times a day is the way to go for you in this situation to build up your blood pressure. Take at least 6 cups of liquid a day. ...Read more
My eight year old said he can feel his pulse in the roof of his mouth today? What could this be. No other health issues
Had an EGD done and everything looked good. I have an a discomfort in the mouth of my esophagus like a big pulse suddenly on & off?
Dr prescribed me Ativan 0.5mg by mouth every 6H for vertigo & sched MRI later. Wat happens if I take it if BP, pulse, and RR are w/in normal limits?
Ativan is sedating:
Hi, Thank you for your question.
You would feel sedated. Your BP HR and RR could lower but it may not be clinically significant.
Hope that helps. Contact me if you have any other questions :-)
Dr. M ...Read more
Could I be having anxiety attack with BP going from 114/74 to 143/92 pulse 122 shaking faint feeling dry mouth lasting more than an hour?
Get checked!: Before a diagnosis of anxiety is made, physical causes of your symptoms need to be ruled out. It is important to be sure that you don't have hypertension, thyroid problems, or other problems first, before assuming that your symptoms are due to anxiety. Please see a doctor for evaluation. ...Read more
I am currently breastfeeding and my gums for about 2 weeks have been pulsing and swollen. What can it be from? I have good dental hygiene.
How do you treat overactive adrenal glands? Doc says my s&s sound like adrenal...Insomnia, strong pulse, dry lips and mouth, polyuria.
Complicated: There ar many factors to be considered. First, a solid diagnosis. You need specific tests to confirm or rule this out. Next, if you do have excess hormone, the source must be determined: pituitary tumor, adrenal tumor, or ectopic production. Next, there are several medications used temporarily but, ultimately, the treatment is surgical. Is your doctor an endocrinologist? ...Read more
'asthma cold trigger with dry mouth and throat nont stop cough and trouble breathing during heavy work out how accurate are the finter tip pulse ox for oxygen?
Should work fine: A fingertip pulse oximeter should give an valid reading if it can follow the pulse, which means the reading is valid if the pulse shown on the oximeter matches the patient's actual pulse. One can check on its accuracy by comparing it with other oximeters, such as those at the doctor's office. No machine is perfect, so any oximeter can malfunction... thus beware of unexpected oximeter results. ...Read more
Please reask your?: I believe you are asking how can you relax your jaw so that your teeth are not clenching and causing tenderness, sensitivity and wearing them down which is called bruxing, but I am not certain that is your question. If it is, you are probably doing at night which is called nocturnal bruxism and a large % of the people do this. See your dentist and ask about having a bruxism appliance being made. ...Read more
Good Oral Hygiene: Brush and floss properly after each meal for approximately two minutes. Have your own dentist or dental hygienist make sure you are doing both properly. Don't skip meals or days. ...Read more