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Front Tooth Throbbing
So my front tooth is broke and I keep gettingthis like spazzing throbbing sensation that scares me cause of my anxiety I'm sure it's abcessed normal?
Throbbing tooth: It sounds like you need Root Canal Therapy. If the tooth is still able to be saved, have it done rather than having a front tooth extracted. See a dentist as soon as possible to discuss your options. Things will only get worse without professional treatment. Wondering want wrong and postponing treatment will only cause more anxiety. Getting out of pain and saving the tooth will be more comforting ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tooth on bottom toward front has small hole in it throbbing. Can it have a root canal or does it have to be pulled.
Internet Diagnosis: For the most part, teeth with severe decay will respond to root canal therapy. The decision to restore the tooth depends on the bone support and the condition of the rest of the arch. It's not a simple yes or no answer. Please see a local dentist for an examination and treatment planning. All the best... ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Tooth pain throbbing on left side. Left side molar hurts. Have a permanent retainer on the front bottom teeth, is the molar being impacted
See a dentist: Sounds like not impaction. It is dental abscess. The only way to cure a dental abscess is with dental treatment. We have now entered an era where some bacterial species are resistant to the full range of antibiotics presently available. See your dentist for evaluation and treatment. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
A few days ago I hit my front tooth against a fork by accident. Now it feels tender, almost like a dull throbbing pain. Gums are swollen too.?
My bottom front four teeth have been throbbing with an irritating cross between an ache and a tingling. Like an itch that I can't scratch. Whyyyy?
Front roof of mouth has been throbbing for a day and hurts to push on, front teeth and lower nose ache as well. Teeth look good, no sores or anything.
Several factors.: If you don't have a root canal therapy on that tooth, then a transient pulpitis can be happening. Meaning temporary inflammation in the nerve box of the tooth.. Which can be due to the work done on your tooth, or the gums around ur tooth. Bite discrepancy, or even from inflammation of the gumlines. Have it checked for sure. ...Read more
I had a tooth filled yesterday and today the whole right side of my teeth are throbbing? Is this normal?
Call your dentist: I don't know how big the filling was, so I can't really answer this question, but your dentist can answer this question for you. Call him and ask this question. He would want to know that you are having discomfort. ...Read more
I had root canal done on one tooth and they filled it with silver (military) its been 11 yrs it looks black and slight throbbing?
Black = staining and the alloy casting through the tooth as it becomes more worn.
2) if upper tooth = could be sinus related
3) root canal failure?? or unfound root
4) bite trauma (clenching/grinding)
Please have evaluated but I'd start with 600mg Ibuprofen to rule out #2, #4 above and then monitor. ...Read more
I have a severe pain around one tooth. When I bend over or engage in any activity- even walking-the tooth throbs strongly. What causes the throbbing?
Pressure: You have inflammation (and most likely an infection) at the tip of the root. When your blood pressure in that region increases (bending over, lying down, exercising) you feel the blood flowing through the tissues with every heartbeat... that's why it throbs. You are on the verge of a major dental issue with unbearable pain... please call a dentist ASAP for an appointment ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Failure: Unfortunately, even the best root canals and crowns eventually fail. Some may fail within months, while others may take decades. It is likely that your root canal is re-infected. If it is, a root canal re-treatment may be possible to save this tooth. Other possible causes are root fracture, gum infection, a problem with an adjacent tooth, or bite disbalance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer