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Dental pain after root canal treatment because invasive treatment or infection?

Dental pain after root canal treatment because invasive treatment or infection?

Very common: After the root canal treatment, you may have some pain for 24-72 hours. If pain becomes worse or does not improve after 72 hours, call your dentist for post-op evaluation. ...Read more

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Dr. Theodore Davantzis
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Tooth Pain (Definition)

Just what it says. Pain may be localized or diffuse, sharp or dull, aching or throbbing. May be from a host of different causes, the most common being infection. It requires immediate treatment, pain indicates the cause has significantly progressed. Please ...Read more


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Are there any home treatments for tooth pain from grinding teeth?

Are there any home treatments for tooth pain from grinding teeth?

Diagnosis needed: You need to determine the cause of your grinding problem that leads to pain. Your dentist can make you a mouth guard to protect your tissues and reduce the level of pain while the cause of your grinding (malocclusion, skeletal imbalance, muscular imbalance, stress, parafunctional habits, reaction to medication, etc) is determined. No, you can't fix this with an otc. ...Read more

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Tips on how to deal with dental pain?

Tips on how to deal with dental pain?

A Dental Appointment: Obviously if you are in pain, it will be high on your priority list to get it gone and move on. One of the wisest decisions you can make (if you haven't already), is to regularly visit your provider to prevent surprises like you are currently experiencing. There is really no good time for an emergency, and the majority of them are avoidable :-). ...Read more

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What do you suggest to relieve dental pain?

What do you suggest to relieve dental pain?

Dental Treatment: is the only option for your dental care. Take NSAIDs or Tylenol (acetaminophen) OTC and see your dentist ASAP for evaluation, x-rays and treatment. ...Read more

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Chronic dental pain which medicine should I take?

Chronic dental pain which medicine should I take?

Pain: Where is the pain?-is it keeping you awake at night? Does it occur when you chew or bite hard things?- start with Ibuprofen 400mg to see if it helps -you should see a dentist asap. ...Read more

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Can you please explain why dental pain is not considered an emergency?

Can you please explain why dental pain is not considered an emergency?

It is: Dental pain is nature's way of informing you that something is wrong and that you should do something about it as tooth pain rarely resolves itself. Most emergency rooms do not have dental staff so resolution of your problem is diminished at a hospital. ...Read more

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How to stop dental pain so i can sleep?

Dr. Paul Grin Dr. Grin
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How to stop dental pain so i can sleep?

Simple solution: The proper diagnosis of your condition is the key to a successful treatment. See your dentist for evaluation, x-rays, diagnosis and treatment. Good luck. ...Read more

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Could spinal damage lead to dental pain?

Spinal Damage: Very unlikely sense the nerves that go to the teeth branch off of the 5th cranial nerve known as the trigeminal nerve. This nerve goes directly from the brain and passes thru holes in the skull to get to the teeth and it doesn't actually connect up with the nerves in the spinal cord. ...Read more

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I want to know what's the best dental pain drug?

I want to know what's the best dental pain drug?

Best Pain Drug: Different medications work differently, sometimes in the case of infection antibiotics can actually relieve pain although they are not pain medications. The best pain drug is to find out from a dentist what the pain is coming from, sometimes no drug is necessary at all. Pain medications are merely a mask, the real problem is hidden. You really need to find out the cause, please do that first. ...Read more

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I have dental pain on a tooth that was filled 6 weeks ago. Should the tooth still be hurting?

Not really: 6 weeks is a long time. See your dentist to make sure filling isn't over contoured. May also be sensitive "nerve" if cavity was large. Could be need for root canal rx. Your dentist will know. ...Read more

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What is the best brand of antibiotic for dental pain?

What is the best brand of antibiotic for dental pain?

Need painkiller: Antibiotics treat an infection, not pain. If you are looking for a medication to treat dental pain, the most common and preferred drug is ibuprofen, if it is safe for you to take. Otherwise you may try tylenol (acetaminophen). If over the counter pain medications dont work, see a dentist for the proper pain medication and an evaluation to identify the cause. The best way to eliminate pain is to treat the problem. ...Read more

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What is the best drug of choices for dental pain? And antibiotics for dental pain

What is the best drug of choices for dental pain? And antibiotics for dental pain

Depends: In cases where the pulp is inflamed, that is where teeth are sensitive to hot and/ or cold, anti inflammatories like alleve or advil (ibuprofen) work best. When a pulp is necrotic (dead and infected) then an antibiotic in addition will help, along with pain meds. Either way, don't self treat. See your dentist asap. ...Read more

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Can gps prescribe antibiotics for dental pain?

Can gps prescribe antibiotics for dental pain?

Yes: A doctor or dentist can perscribe you antibiotics. However, with dental pain, sometimes it is not an infection causing the problem and in this case, antibiotics will not help you. Best to see a dentist and have the problem properly diagnosed and treated. If you do, you may find no antibiotics are necessary at all. ...Read more

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Is cipro (ciprofloxacin) good for dental pain?

Is cipro (ciprofloxacin) good for dental pain?

See a dentist ASAP: If you rely on Cipro (ciprofloxacin) or other not a definitive treatment, the tooth infection always will come back. Dentist will treat a tooth infection by treating the cause and getting rid of the infection. Do not delay. See your dentist ASAP. Good luck. ...Read more

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What should I do about dental pain that is triggering epilepsy?

See your dentist: The simple solution is to address the dental pain, if it indeed is triggering epilepsy. Don't delay in doing so. One less day of having to suffer through an episode of epilepsy is well worth you taking prompt action and see a dentist asap. Keep smiling. ...Read more

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Can I use lidocaine hydrochloride jelly USP 2 for dental pain?

Can I use lidocaine hydrochloride jelly USP 2 for dental pain?

Be careful: Taking too much topical anesthetic by mouth can be not only upsetting to your stomach, but dangerous. It would be best to seek evaluation and treatment rather than repeatedly placing topical meds on it. ...Read more

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I have severe dental pain at bridge. The pain goes away withcold water but returns after i swallow. What should I do?

I have severe dental pain at bridge. The pain goes away withcold water but returns after i swallow. What should I do?

Dying Nerve: Generally if hot things bother a tooth and cold relieves the pain, it means there is inflamation of the pupal tissue (the nerve in the tooth). This is a result of the nerve in the tooth dying. As the nerve dies, it forms a gas trapped inside the tooth. Warm temperature makes the gas expand causing pressure in the tooth resulting in pain. Cold makes the gas contract and relieves the pressure. ...Read more

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Dr. Louis Gallia
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Toothache (Definition)

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