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Can a untreated tooth pain cause a lip twitch intermittent does the nerves connected to the lip? Same side
Yes and yes: Sensory nerves to the teeth also go to the lip. Twitch not uncommon . Your body is telling you that you have an untreated infection that will only get worse, hurt more, and will spread to bone, gums, lymph nodes, etc. Get it treated now rather than dealing with the consequences. It will not get better by itself. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Toothache: Toothaches are caused by problems either with the tooth or gum and need to be addressed with a dentist to see the cause. Till you can see one on monday would advise taking ibuphrophen if your able to. If it gets worse over weekend contact a dentists emergency number. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Toothache to cold: There is nerve tissue within the tooth whose purpose is to detect stimuli and transmit it to the brain as a protective mechanism. In similar fashion if you hold your hand near fire, the brain says : "careful, danger"? The cause can be from merely extreme cold, to defective filling, to decay, to cervical erosion, the fractured tooth, to exposed nerve. See a dentist to determine which one it is. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Inflammation: Inflammation of the nerves in the tooth or surrounding tissues will cause a toothache. The inflammation can be caused by trauma, a cavity, a non-vital nerve, even a cracked filling or tooth. You'll need to be evaluated by a dentist to determine the cause. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Try the phone!: In reality, the best home remedy for a terrible tooth ache is a visit to the dentist. Use your telephone to make an appointment to permanently solve your pain. Home remedies are for the most part a a temporary band aid and don't give comprehensive relief. A great toothache mandates professional attention! Good luck and don't be afraid...modern dentistry is painless! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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Toothache: The answer is possibly yes depending on the source of the toothache. The problem is that usually this means the nerve or the tooth has died or possible infection has penetrated through the bone and relieved the pressure that was causing pain. You need to get seen by a dentist ASAP to prevent future problems including severe pain and or infection that spreads and causes more serious problems ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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