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Tooth Ache After Nose Cauterization
Started with sore lower nose entry and tooth ache. Now is increased largely and everywhere on my face and body is aching?
Soon nose/tooth: Without examination cannot provide a diagnosis. Could be anything from abscessed tooth to sinus infection to many other possibilities. Start with either your General Physician or General Dentist. They will be able to begin the diagnostic process, then either treating you or referring you as required. ...Read more
Have a severe toothache in upper front tooth accompanied w numbness in my left nostril was slight runny nose. Can this be sinus or tooth ache?
Differential Dx: A clinician makes a list of possible diagnoses when trying to figure out what is going on. You have made a list of two and either or both is possible. You need the next step of your doctor testing and identifying or ruling out what is happening. Please and good health. ...Read more
Go see Dentist: Tooth + Pain = Need an examination ...Read more
Good day how can I get ride of a tooth ache that gives headache as well. It feel like my head want to explode....Any help will be appreciated?
Call dentist: There is not much you can do at this stage... Appears you have a serious problem with one or more of your teeth. Otc pain meds may provide slight or temporary relief. Make a call for an emergency appointment and feel better soon. The longer you wait the worse it will get. ...Read more
Certain teeth w/ inflamed pulps cause referred pain that result in headaches
upper molars refer pain to the temporal area causing headaches
lorwer molars refer pain to the ear
these are just 2 of the more common examples causing headaches. ...Read more
I have had bad tooth ache with my wisdoms. But my head is really sore. I get shooting pain through it and pressure. I am worried its something else. What should I do?
See your dentist: Toothaches, whether they are from your wisdom teeth or other teeth in your mouth, can also cause radiating and referred pain. Chronic pain can cause stress, which in turn can cause a host of other symptoms such as headaches, etc. If you want to feel better, you need to see a dentist to take care of all your dental problems. You may also need to see your physician. ...Read more
I have mild head ear & tooth ache at the same time, right side of face only, neck ache & pain above eye.
Need to see a doctor: You do need to see a dentist and then a doctor, just getting an answer over the email is not the answer, can be so many things. ...Read more
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Ear issue??: It sounds like you could be a ear issue but x-rays need to be taken to rule out wisdom teeth issues. ...Read more
The right side of my head is in pain. Under my eyes, my jaw my ear and it feels like I have a tooth ache. Is this likely to be a sinus infection?
Probably: Assuming you are otherwise healthy, the answer is probably, especially if you have had a recent cold, and/or plane travel. Call your doc. Rx may include something to open nasal passages, something to thin out mucus, something to kill germs. ...Read more
I feel feverish in the evening but now associated with jaw, cheek, eye sockets and tooth pain with a pounding ache at the back region of my head.?
Dental Abcess: You may have a dental infection but could also be suffering from a sinus infection or a virus. I would see a dentist or doctor as soon as possible. Go to the emergency department at local hospital if you have a temperature higher than 101f or have difficulty breathing or swallowing. ...Read more
Hi doctor, I need to know...Is there such a thing as uneven blood flow? I was told this by a cranial sacral therapist. I have tightness (tooth ache throbbing feeling) on my left side from head to toes. When I lay on the left side, the tightness becomes mu
Dentist: I specialize in tooth root canals, sorry. ...Read more
Seek help from Pro: Treating an acute infection is not a diy project, you need professional help. You must see a dentist now. The longer you delay, the more the infection will spread and can even become life threatening. Pain is your body's signal to you that you need help! ...Read more
Dentist is the best: There is no natural remedy to treat a toothache. If you have toothache, it is best to visit a dentist ASAP before the problem worsens and you might lose your tooth or have an serious health problem. ...Read more
Cold compresses: Or otc analgesics such as aspirin, ibuprophen, or acetaminophen. Sometimes alternating Acetaminophen with ibuprophen using no more than recommended dose of either for a 24 hour period attacks perception of pain on two different levels with different mechanisms. But still must find a definative cure for the pain from a dental professional. ...Read more
It's not...: A cure for the toothache will usually require treatment that cannot be completed with a simple home remedy. Sometimes tooth pain can be intermittent, however, so don't let it go without investigation and it will likely return. Heed the warning signs that your body is giving you and be evaluated by your dentist. Early treatment has many advantages. ...Read more
No: Peroxide may help inflamed gum tissue, but an aching tooth will not be helped by applying peroxide on the tissue or tooth itself. See a dentist asap. ...Read more
A dentist can: Antibiotics might help control an infection but does not really solve dental problems nor take away toothaches. See a dentist as soon as possible to diagnose the problem and discuss appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Decay: A three year old probably has all the the deciduous or primary teeth already. The adult teeth don't start coming in until about six years old. If there is decay in any of the teeth, that could be the cause of some pain. There is also the possibility of a sore somewhere on the gums, cheek or lips that could also hurt. ...Read more
You need: Urgent dental intervention. If you can't get to a dentist (it is thanksgiving) then go to your nearest emergency room. Help from the er will not replace dental evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
See your dentist: Promptly. This type of dental pain is an urgent matter. ...Read more
Yes: Oxaproxin, advil, alieve, tylenol (acetaminophen) & Motrin will all give you some relief from a tooth ache... The problem is that the underlying issue is being masked only and the damage continues. Please see a dentist to avoid more pain and a more costly solution to your tooth pain. ...Read more
Ask your dentist: Tooth ache caused by severe infection is perhaps what you are referring to. Keflex is not a usual antibiotics used in dentistry for infection, but can certainly be used for severe infections with puss and abscess. Dosage ranges from 250mg up, but usually is 500 mg every 6 hrs. As the infection subsides the pain will also go down. But still need to seek treatment for the cause of infection. ...Read more
A Dentist: Generally dental pain arises with the inflammation from infection. This inflammatory pain responds well to the normal naids like Ibuprofen and naproxen.If you let the infection go, it can spread into the bone, sinuses or the brain. A dentist will clean out the infection and seal the source of infection if possible. You also probably need an old fashioned antibiotice like pennicilin. ...Read more
See your dentist: To treat the problem correctly, you need to have the right diagnosis so the cause of the pain can be established. So instead of treating the symptom, you need to treat the cause. See your dentist so that they can take a radiograph (xray) to determine if you have a large cavity, an infection, etc. This way, you are not using a band aid type treatment. In the meantime, you can take tylenol (acetaminophen) 500mgx2. ...Read more
Toothache: It's not uncommon to have sensitivity following the placement of a filling, especially to cold. If it aches on it's own it might indicate that the bite needs to be adjusted. The greater the intensity, frequency ; duration of the ache, the more likely it might require root canal therapy. See your dentist asap for an evaluation of the tooth. It might be a quick simple fix or something more serious! ...Read more
Ibuprofen better: Feldene (piroxicam) is a rx drug that is typically used for the following: osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis. Dentists typically recommend taking an otc med such as Ibuprofen (advil) or Naproxen sodium (aleve). Nsaids are recommended for both their analgesic & anti-inflammatory properties. Obviously, if you are allergic or have sensitivity to this family of drugs, consult w/ doctor. ...Read more
Yup: An infection from a non-vital tooth can spread into your bone and soft tissues. Please call a local dentist and have it promptly treated. Swelling may also be coming from a periodontal infection. ...Read more
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