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My tooth pain happens when eating or drinking cold things?

My tooth pain happens when eating or drinking cold things?

Yes, that happens: The nerve pain can cause sensitivity to hot or cold liquids or foods such as ice cream. Warm is better, you should see a dentist. ...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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Wisdom tooth cavity. Burning nerve pain behind tooth. No tooth pain but very sensitive mucosa around tooth. Cold drink brings pain. Is tooth culprit?

Wisdom tooth cavity. Burning nerve pain behind tooth. No tooth pain but very sensitive mucosa around tooth. Cold drink brings pain. Is tooth culprit?

Tooth ache: This pain is most likely related to a possible cavity since you have sensitive to cold fluids. Take ibuprofen for pain and see your dentist asap. You may need antibiotics. You may also apply orajel to the affected tooth. ...Read more

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Please help! tooth pain only when drinking liquids?

Please help! tooth pain only when drinking liquids?

Cavity ?: Cracked tooth? Cracked filling ? Gum recession ? Had to tell without examining you or your radiographs. Have a local dentist take a look. ...Read more

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Please help! tooth pain but drinking water helps?

Please help! tooth pain but drinking water helps?

See dentist: If drinking water helps reduce or stop tooth pain, then it's possible that you might need to have a root canal. Call your dentist to have the tooth evaluated. ...Read more

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I just took 2 Tylenol for my tooth pain. Is it safe to drink a fair amount in a few hours? I rarely drink and I rarely take Tylenol either.

I just took 2 Tylenol for my tooth pain. Is it safe to drink a fair amount in a few hours? I rarely drink and I rarely take Tylenol either.

Not a good idea: Get to a dentist before your tooth becomes worse. The Tylenol won't help for long. Postpone heavy drinking till after the tooth is treated or removed. While you're at the dentist get x-rays and an exam so you don't go through this again with other teeth. ...Read more

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My tooth hurts, because I have lost a temporary filling. It is causing teeth pain. It feels like, when you drink something cold. Is it dangerous?

My tooth hurts, because I have lost a temporary filling. It is causing teeth pain. It feels like, when you drink something cold. Is it dangerous?

Infection: If the tooth becomes infected (abscessed) it could be dangerous. You MUST have temporary filling replaced as soon as possible to seal off the opening into the tooth. Note the word "temporary." That means just a few weeks, not months or years. Please call your Dentist before your chronic problem becomes an acute problem. ...Read more

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I have a teeth pain when i drink cold water or any colling ilem..What step I have to taken for solving this pain..?

I have a teeth pain when i drink cold water or any colling ilem..What step I have to taken for solving this pain..?

Hypersensitivity.: Your sensitivity to cold liquids could have so many different reasons such as gum inflammation and recessions leading to exposed roots, or abrasion of the teeth enamel at the roots from excessive brushing. So you need to see your dentist asap to determine the cause of your hypersensitivity to cold drinks..And treat it. ...Read more

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Had surgery few weeks ago and woke up after with teeth pain all over I drink cold water or eat something sugary. Tried sensodine but no luck. Cause?

Had surgery few weeks ago and woke up after with teeth pain all over I drink cold water or eat something sugary. Tried sensodine but no luck. Cause?

More Info Needed...: What type of surgery? Surgery in your mouth? Extractions or gum surgery? If other surgery, were you intubated? For how long? Sinus problems? Are the teeth still hurting or getting better? It may be coincidental, or it may be as a result of a dry mouth or the procedure. Consult with your dentist. ...Read more

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I have an intense tooth pain and sensitivity to cold after getting cavitities filled. What can be going on? Its been 2 weeks already.

I have an intense tooth pain and sensitivity to cold after getting cavitities filled. What can be going on? Its been 2 weeks already.

Tooth sensitivity: Sensitivity to cold is often dependent on the type of filling material used. Silver fillings are often sensitive for several weeks, especialy if the are large and/or deep. Cold sensitivity is also often a result if a filling is too high. Check back with your dentist. If the filling is high, it just needs a simple adjustment. ...Read more

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