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Dr. Theodore Davantzis
1,117 doctors shared insights

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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Toothache that only occurs when i put pressure on my teeth?

Toothache that only occurs when i put pressure on my teeth?

See a dentist : You should go have the teeth evaluated by your dentist asap to determine the health of the nerve in the teeth ...Read more

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Can a toothache cause your blood pressure to go up cause of the severe pain its causing.

Yes: Stress and anxiety from pain cause the release of Adrenalin and cortisol which vasoconstrict blood vessels causing temporary increases in blood pressure. Should go back down when you relieve the pain. Take care of it. ...Read more

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Pressure on my upper teeth don't feel like toothache just achy and pressure feeling and it's the whole row of upper teeth?

Pressure on my upper teeth don't feel like toothache just achy and pressure feeling and it's the whole row of upper teeth?

Upper pressure: This is typically related to sinusitis, either from allergies or infection. However, you could also be experiencing pressure from other dental causes such as bruxism or a local problem. See your dentist to rule out dental cause and consult with your physician regarding sinus involvement. Note that more than one thing can also be occurring at the same time. Need exams and not assumptions. ...Read more

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Can suffering from a toothache be the cause of a really high blood pressure?

Can suffering from a toothache be the cause of a really high blood pressure?

Maybe: If the toothache is accompanied with anxiety of having the tooth treated by visiting to a dentist, then it can cause a higher blood pressure. Anytime there is an infection in the body, it may cause higher blood pressure. However, this doesn't mean that there could be other causes for the high blood pressure. It is better to see your primary care doctor, as well as your dentist to determine cause. ...Read more

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Can be a really hurtfull toothache .Very painful for seconds and after go a sympton of high blood pressure?

Can be a really hurtfull toothache .Very painful for seconds and after go a sympton of high blood pressure?

Perhaps: There are many causes of a temporary increase in blood pressure, and certainly pain and stress are two of them. However, what would seem appropriate would be for you to see a dentist to determine the cause of you pain, and a physician to check you out medically. There could be other causes of your increased blood pressure. Untreated dental and medical issues don't get better on their own. ...Read more

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H/aches for months when i put little pressure on the top of head its very so pain like toothache, when take pressure of it also hurt doc doing 0, help!

What is your history: It could be many things. From a dental standpoint i would be looking at your overall history. Is it tooth related or jaw related? Is it from trauma? After a thorough examination i would contact your physician to find out what his thoughts are and what future tests may need to be run, if any. Hopefully once all of the information is gathered a diagnosis and treatment plan can be presented to you. ...Read more

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I have always had low to normal blood pressure and i went to the dentist. Toothache can cause a little bit higher blood pressure?

I have always had low to normal blood pressure and i went to the dentist. Toothache can cause a little bit higher blood pressure?

Depends: Severe toothache can and does elevate the blood pressure, specially when accompanied by anxiety of going to the dentist. But, having said that, it is always more prudent to have your BP checked by your primary care physician. If they give you the go ahead, then make sure you have your teeth checked by your dentist, and have him/her treat any dental disease. ...Read more

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Can TMJ or Bruxism cause a toothache (or pressure feeling) on only one tooth alone?

Can TMJ or Bruxism cause a toothache (or pressure feeling) on only one tooth alone?

Definitely, yes: the common symptom of Bruxism is aching and sensitive teeth. It could be a single tooth or a group of teeth. If diagnosed early, finding and eliminating the original cause may cure bruxism and tooth pain. ...Read more

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Toothache help please my bottom row last 2 teeth in the back hurts really bad when applied pressure like if i close my mouth or ea. Do you think you can help me

I : I am sorry to hear about your troubles and i can sympathize with the pain. Unfortunately, no one can help you over the internet. Only your dentist can help to diagnose the problem and treated properly. Anything else i can tell you online is purely speculative and non-productive. Please go see you then as soon as possible. ...Read more

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Dr. Louis Gallia
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Toothache (Definition)

Dental pain is a symptom where one has pain in his teeth or gums, sometimes with sensitivity to cold or hot ...Read more