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I feel this constant tingling on my lower front teeth...Should I consult a dentist, or wait it out?

9 doctors weighed in
Dr. Arnold Malerman
Dentistry - Orthodontics
2 doctors agree

In brief: Go now

5 most dangerous words in the english language, "maybe it will go away.
" before the slight chronic problem becomes an acute emergency, get it checked out. You'll be glad you did.

In brief: Go now

5 most dangerous words in the english language, "maybe it will go away.
" before the slight chronic problem becomes an acute emergency, get it checked out. You'll be glad you did.
Dr. Arnold Malerman
Dr. Arnold Malerman
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Dr. Alfredo Garcia
Pediatrics
2 doctors agree

In brief: Tooth sensitivity

Tingling of a tooth is a sign that the nerve maybe irritated.
I recommend seeing a dentitst to evaluate your problem with the idea of saving that previous nerve.

In brief: Tooth sensitivity

Tingling of a tooth is a sign that the nerve maybe irritated.
I recommend seeing a dentitst to evaluate your problem with the idea of saving that previous nerve.
Dr. Alfredo Garcia
Dr. Alfredo Garcia
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Dr. Howard Schneider
Dentistry - Pediatric
1 doctor agrees

In brief: See your dentist

If it has been longer then 4-5 days, i would see your dentist.

In brief: See your dentist

If it has been longer then 4-5 days, i would see your dentist.
Dr. Howard Schneider
Dr. Howard Schneider
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Dr. Howard Banner
Dentistry

In brief: You should

You should consult with a dentist.
The most likely cause is clenching or grinding of your teeth. A bite guard may be indicated.

In brief: You should

You should consult with a dentist.
The most likely cause is clenching or grinding of your teeth. A bite guard may be indicated.
Dr. Howard Banner
Dr. Howard Banner
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