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Ear itchiness, teeth grinding per dentist, swooshing noise in left ear. Worse w movement. Subtle and not effecting hearing on and off x 1 year
Mouth guard?: Has your dentist prescribe a mouth-guard for you? If not ,this should be considered since TMD problem can cause all the symptoms described except for the itchy ears . ...Read more
I had a tooth pulled 5 days ago and the hole is itchy. And my teeth around it hurt. Is this normal? When will it stop?
Post operative pain: its not uncommon to have complications following an extraction. The most common one is called alveolitis or dry socket where the site of the extraction does not heal well. It's normal to have some pain or discomfort 1-2 days after the extraction but 3-5 days after if pain persists possible dry socket or a bone spicule or tooth remnant . Return to dentist that performed the extraction for exam. ...Read more
My gums are red, itchy, achy. My teeth feel loose. My lips itch. Eyes hurt. Tongue spot hurt. Red dot in the back of my mouth. French kissed a week ago.
Examination: Could be viral, bacterial, allergic. Please see dentist for examination. ...Read more
Lower gum line inflammated and looks boggy all of a sudden. It has not swollen and does not hurt but the lower front teeth has itchy feel; what to do?
My teeth is itchy, my ulcer won't go away. Used a mouthwash that was so painful and my gums turned white. Why did my gums turn white?
See dentist: Not normal. See dentist for evalluation.Get a more detailed answer ›
Hi and thanks in advance. Is excessive sleep, sleep attacks, grinding teeth, and itchy face and scalp caused by my ocd, depression and anxiety?
Most likely: All the symptoms you are referring to are anxiety related, certainly the teeth grinding , unspecified dermatitis.. the sleep excess or sleep attacks would require further evaluation though questioning and history taking for them to be properly diagnosed. I recommend you to do a formal psychiatric consult. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My teeth have become very sensitive to sweets especially dates.When i eat few dates my teeth get very painful and itchy as id describe it and painfull?
Cavities and sugar: Sensitivity to sweets, sugar (like dates) usually occurs when one has cavities or marginal breakdown around existing fillings. See your dentist for a complete and thorough checkup and x-rays. Limit the amount and frequency of sticky starchy sugary foods as they contribute to tooth decay. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer