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What is it when my tooth hurts bad when I drink anything or breathe ?

What is it when my tooth hurts bad when I drink anything or breathe ?

Cavity?: There are many reasons for your tooth ache. Hot and cold sensitivity in your teeth , when you drink hot or cold liquids or breathe in cold air, can be caused by a cavity, root exposure sensitivity, a nerve in your tooth dying, or just a temporary hypersensitvity. If it is consistent or has lasted over a week, call your dentist. They will be able to find the source and correct it. ...Read more

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I had a root canal last summer. Now that tooth is causing pain. It hurts to breathe air in through my mouth, eat from that side, or drink. I thought since the roots were gone, it could not hurt. What could be wrong?

You : You need to return to your dentist and have and x-ray and and examination performed on the tooth. The roots of your teeth are still there - during the root canal - the dentist cleaned the soft tissue out of the roots of the teeth with slender files and sterilized the roots with medications. During this follow up examination - the dentist will check to make sure that the tooth has been properly restored, that re-infection has not occurred, and that there are no hairline fractures on the tooth, and that your bite is correct. After gathering and assessing all of this information - the dentist should be able to develop a plan that will get you out of pain. ...Read more

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I brush my teeth for 3 minutes, i floss, i drink water, and i don't eat foods that cause bad breath (onions etc) but for some reason i still have bad breath?

I brush my teeth for 3 minutes, i floss, i drink water, and i don't eat foods that cause bad breath (onions etc) but for some reason i still have bad breath?

Bad breath: A foul odor coming from the mouth is usually bacterial. Very often from bacteria housed in tartar (calculus). Getting your teeth cleaned by a hygienist regularly is very important. Another area can be the back of the tongue. Be sure to brush your tongue or use a tongue scraper. ...Read more

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This last week, everything I drink tastes like mold. My breath is horrible and I have a moldy taste in my mouth. I take excellent care of my teeth.

This last week, everything I drink tastes like mold. My breath is horrible and I have a moldy taste in my mouth. I take excellent care of my teeth.

Get to dentist: Hard to say without your history and exam, but appears to be a gingivitis or periodontitis issue (need to have the teeth and gums thoroughly checked and cleaned.) Could be other problems brought on by meds, supplements, home care, etc. Get evaluated and also brush your tongue ...Read more

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Today i got my wisdom teeth out and it hurts very bad and i feel out of breath. Idk what it is. Should i drink singulair just in case its allergy?

Today i got my wisdom teeth out and it hurts very bad and i feel out of breath. Idk what it is. Should i drink singulair just in case its allergy?

Call your surgeon : If you think that you are having the symptoms of an allergic reaction such as hives, itching or difficulty breathing, you should call your surgeon immediately. Pain in itself is not a symptom of an allergic reaction. ...Read more

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Recently, my front tooth hurts when drinking anything cold what could it be? and how could i treat it?

Recently, my front tooth hurts when drinking anything cold what could it be? and how could i treat it?

Phone Call: You will need to call a local dentist for an appointment to have the tooth examined. If it is sensitive to cold there may be a number of things amiss... but it is impossible to tell exactly what the problem is, sight unseen, over the internet. ...Read more

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My tooth hurts to have anything cold or breathe air in it. What does this mean?

My tooth hurts to have anything cold or breathe air in it. What does this mean?

A few things: Gum recession, a fracture, a cavity, a loose filling are just a few of the possibilities. Have a local dentist examine your teeth to tell for sure. ...Read more

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My tooth hurts whenever i eat or drink something cold. What does that mean?

My tooth hurts whenever i eat or drink something cold. What does that mean?

Possibly indicates: A cavity requiring a filling. Sensitivity to cold and sweet can also be the result of gum recession and root exposure. Best to be seen by a dentist to be diagnosed and appropriately treated. ...Read more

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My tooth hurts whenever I do exercise like jumo up and down. It never hurts when I eat or drink cold stuff. Can you please tell me what it is?

My tooth hurts whenever I do exercise like jumo up and down. It never hurts when I eat or drink cold stuff. Can you please tell me what it is?

Jaw clenching: People subconsciously grit their teeth, clench their jaw and even snap the jaw open and close as they run. This will all cause dental pain especially if there is some infection brewing already. You want to see a dentist to check that out. If there is infection,you get treated and if none found,the dentist can make suggestions as to what can relieve this ...Read more

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Have a tooth in the front on bottom hurts in the am when i get up. And wen i drink coffee what is wrong. Can't see that it has a hole in it?

Have a tooth in the front on bottom hurts in the am when i get up. And wen i drink coffee what is wrong. Can't see that it has a hole in it?

Needs exam: Hard to say exactly what the problem is without seeing the tooth and looking at a radiograph. It may have a cavity that you cannot see, or you may be grinding your teeth at night, hitting the tooth and causing inflammation. Either way have a local dentist look at it. ...Read more

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