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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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What drink is too sweet and make a toothache worse?

Your priorities?: If you have a toothache, see a dentist to get it fixed. Find out what's wrong and what needs to be done. You should be able to eat and drink whatever you want in comfort and without pain. ...Read more

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Why do I get a toothache whenever i eat something cold, like ice cream, or drink a hot beverage? This never used to happen but has been getting worse for a while now. Do teeth get more sensitive as we get older?

Why do I get a toothache whenever i eat something cold, like ice cream, or drink a hot beverage? This never used to happen but has been getting worse for a while now. Do teeth get more sensitive as we get older?

Pulpitis: If you are getting lingering pain to hot and cold stimuli, then you have a pulpitis, or inflamation of the pulp of a tooth. This would necessitate a root canal on the offending tooth. As we get older, we may get more decay, fillings, crowns etc on a tooth. All these cumulative things traumatize the pulp and the result can be a pulpitis. ...Read more

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How effective is whiskey or mixed drink for a toothache?

How effective is whiskey or mixed drink for a toothache?

Not Effective: I guess if you're drunk enough, you won't care about your toothache for a while, but alcohol doesn't cure or help a toothache in any significant or long-term way. Your symptoms may subside for a while, but they will definitely come back vehemently in the future. The only way to take care of this problem is to see a dentist. The sooner the better! ...Read more

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Hi I have toothache for a few days but X-ray didn't show anything. It's now become painful when I touch the tooth and hurts when I drink hot and cold.

Hi I have toothache for a few days but X-ray didn't show anything. It's now become painful when I touch the tooth and hurts when I drink hot and cold.

Mysterious Toothache: Good day; There are various tests to evaluate the health of a nerve in a tooth. A scan of tooth, a pulp tester might be helpful. May be possible hair line fracture of tooth. Do you notice more intense pain on opening versus closing? A perfect time to see an endodontist-- specialist in root canal therapy. This specialist utilizes a microscope to diagnose pulpal health. ...Read more

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What should I do if I have been drinking, am a little tipsy, have a toothache and want to take ibuprofen. Is that safe?

What should I do if I have been drinking, am a little tipsy, have a toothache and want to take ibuprofen. Is that safe?

Yes, you can: If you’re taking ibuprofen, after the alcohol consumption, take the lowest dose necessary to alleviate your symptoms. Alcohol can interfere with ibuprofen, making it less effective. See your dentist ASAP for dental treatment. ...Read more

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Had severe constant toothache for 2 days making me cry, can't eat or drink painkillers not workin, cnt see dentist till 2moro what can I do for pain?

ER: If you can't get in to see a dentist for dental pain, go to an emergency room at a hospital. Some will have a dental resident, but all can prescribe a stronger pain medication to help you over the hurdle. ...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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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. 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