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What Can You Do Immediately For A Painful Toothache Teething Gel
NSAID + Dentist: You can take tylenol or another med such as an NSAID like Ibuprofen to help, make sure to clean the area really well. Teething gels may help but remember all these things are usually a temp relief and you need to see a dentist to find the problem and solve it, not just mask it and hope it goes away. Best of luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Otc teeth whitening gels are painful. Can I brush my sensitive teeth with just straight baking soda and hydrogen peroxide?
Need guidance: You need professional guidance. First must determine reason for sensitivity and have addressed. Then follow your dentist's tooth whitening recommendations. Otc products are less effective than in-office guided therapies, and in the long run about the same cost. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have an extremely horrible toothache in my molars, I've took meds, salt water, oral gel.. Everything just about. And nothing is working. What's left?
Toothache: The best answer to your problem is to go see a dentist for evaluation. Your problem will only get worse if you wait. It might even mean going from a tooth that might be savable to a tooth that has to be extracted. Or maybe a bad infection that spreads throughout the body. Go get it checked out before your problem gets worse. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Try hydrogen peroxid: While any whitening gel can cause sensitivity and aching of the teeth, hydrogen peroxide requires less wear duration per application than carbamide peroxide. Typically h.P. Is one hour, while c.P. Is several hours. We caution our patients to back off and use less frequently when this occurs. Ask your dental professional for daywhite hp gel. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Toothache in middle 2 bottom teeth and severe chin pain which is worse at night for past 2 days? Does this need to be seen urgently?
Yes, it is emergency: Appointment is warranted. All pains about the mouth and the face to be of dental origin until proven otherwise. Dental infection due to tooth abscess, gum abscess or combination of both. It is a treatable condition. See your dentist for evaluation, x-rays and treatment. Most medical specialists cannot diagnose many cases of dental problems. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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 moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is it possible all of my teeth can feel like it's a toothache or is it more likely from not wearing my invisalign for a few weeks. I did 2 yrs already?
Occlusion: If all of your teeth hurt, it is likely there is a common factor... And that would be your occlusion. You may have accurately diagnosed your own problem: the teeth may have shifted without the aligner(s). Start wearing the aligners and allow them to nudge your teeth into proper position. If the problem subsides, you've found your answer... Otherwise discuss with your orthodontist or dentist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
2 separate problems : 1. Toothache, see your dentist for exam, x-ray and treatment. No home remedy is applied. 2.Sensitive teeth, a few simple home remedies: Sensodyne tooth paste, avoid using hard-bristled toothbrushes and avoid hard foods. Also avoid or limit acidic items like sodas, tomatoes, oranges and lemons. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: Clenching and grinding your teeth together while you're awake or asleep can stress your jaw joint as well as your teeth. If there are particular teeth that interfere with each other as you grind your teeth together, these teeth can become especially sensitive or painful. See your dentist for an evaluation. You may be helped by a "brux splint". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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