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What Drink Is Too Sweet And Make A Toothache Worse
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 moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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 moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Have toothache been to dentist and told it's not an infection. Pain is so bad can hardly eat or drink and when I do manage to I'm sick. What 2 do?
What should I do if I have been drinking, am a little tipsy, have a toothache and want to take ibuprofen. Is that safe?
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?
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