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 Do you have a beautiful smile?
Just a simple yes or no please and if no why not....


 I think my molar tooth needs to get pulled out. would it hurt?
My right molar tooth has cracked open alittle and now anytime my tounge touches it it hurts... it hurts and its throbbing which keeps me awake at night =( there is a cavity on top of the tooth to. A...


 Ive just been told I have to pay £700 for a brace for my 10 year old daughter. whats happening to dentists!?
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 Can you actually die from tooth absess?
My friend said u could die if your tooth abcess leaks out poison. Is this true? I think I have a tooth abcess, so could i drop at any moment or is there a warning sign or something?...


 How can I get my 2 year old to let me brush his teeth?
Everytime I try to brush my sons teeth we go through a battle. He cries and pushes me away etc. I have to literaly hold him down everyday. What do I do?...


 I hav bulimia. would the denists say anything about my teeth?
im 16. i got braces on a few months ago and do monthy checks. i just went in for one today - i drive. the tops of my bottom front teeth seem to be wearing down a bit and they arent in the greatest ...


 Abscessed tooth! Face is swollen! Has anyone ever died from this because the pain is killing me?
I'm on antibiotics and Vicodins and as many Advils, Aleves and aspirins I can swallow. Can't get into dentist until Tuesday! What can I do to get through this? Any suggestions? Please ...


 What r some of the things u can't eat w/ braces?
I have to get them soon and I'd kinda like to know exactly what I won't be able to enjoy in life anymore:(...


 Getting Braces?
My two front teeth are uneven and i have an overbite and i have a tooth so far in my gum that i have a bump in my gum. Do I ahve to have braces?
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 Well answer me now plese?
hey people tommorow march 15 2005 im gonna go to the dentist and their gonna take 1 or 2 teeth out will it hurt????????????...


 Does anyone remember those little red tablets you got when you were little?
I remember when I was a little kid, we got these little red tablets from the dentist that you could chew up and spit out to see if you were brushing good or not. I loved those things! I would chew ...


 I'm so scared..Wisdom teeth removal?
I'm getting my wisdom teeth out this friday and I am FREAKING out.

I'm probably going to have a huge panic attack right when I get in the little operating room..(i'm having ...


 How do you pull teeth out without going to see a dentist?
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 Bad Breath Cures serious answers only please?
I constantly have bad breath, I brush 2 times a day, floss, use mouth wash, I use a tongue scrapper and everything, I've even taken pills that claim bad breath is caused by something in your ...


 How should I deal with a chipped tooth?
I chipped a upper front tooth two days ago. Its not too bad, and you might not notice unless I pointed it out, but it is then pretty noticeable. It is also hurting a bit-how urgent is getting it ...


 Do a root canals really hurt?
I hear horror stories about root canals. Do they really hurt. I need to have one but dreading it....


 How can I take stuck chewing gum off my daughters dress?
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 Is it normal to have braces on when you've just turned 15?
It's so unfair, my second fang hasn't grown meaning I couldn't get my braces on, so my question is, is it abnormal to have say your braces on at 15 and off when you're 16 and a ...


 Was your day good or bad today?
Just wondering
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Mine was dandy. And why is this question in the dental category? Maybe its to remind people to brush ...


 Why do so many British people seem to have such bad teeth? It's true about a British Smile, but why?
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nikki c
I had a tooth removed 5 days ago n im still in as much pain as i was about 12hrs after it was removed?
the pain is mainly in my jaw tho, and radiates to my ear. ive been taking anti-b's as precautionary measure as have a heart murmur so dont think it can be an infection. My partner seems to think i may have a broken, or very badly bruised jaw. its still very swollen. it really hurts to talk or eat and so im still on a liquid diet. Is this normal or not?
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if it was dry socket tho, would the pain be in the socket. it doesnt really hurt there, its my jaw that hurts? oh, n the swellings centre is kinda on the edge of the lower jaw bone under a tooth i still have?
                     





Bren
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could be u have an exposed nerve i had this with wisdom tooth extraction and its solved by dentist packing the cavity. alternatively u may have an infection. best thing is to return to dentist to get it checked. u say ur taking antibiotics but they may not be correct ones to deal with tooth infection so best check.


Billy Shears
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I had a tooth removed and it is NOT like loosing a tooth at all. It is very painfull because all the nerves that ran to the tooth are severed, which is very painfull.


babiek
It could be dry socket's!! I'd call your dentist or who ever removed your tooth and ask what you should do. If it is dry socket, you'll have to go in to get them filled with gauze. Good luck!


~*~ i ♥ blue ~*~
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go call the doctor who took the tooth out and tell him/her what you are experiencing. this doesnt sound good.


njn001
You need to return to the dentist. Don't make an appointment just go and get him to sort it.


shortgirl1216
owwwww must hurt


Dr 8'lls
No, go back to your dentist.


KEIRA R
This does not sound normal to me, an extraction wound should only be sore for 24- 48 hours if that. You may be bruised if it was hard to take the tooth out but if it sounds like a good idea to go back to your dentist, he should be able to help you but if he does not give you any definite answers thebn go to your A&E department and you should find out an answer one way or another.


hamm42
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try taking Tylenol for pain,and swelling, and call your dentist!!!!!!


Becky
Your partner could be right. Or the infection could have moved into the jaw bone/tissue. You may want to contact the dentist and have them do an x-ray just to be safe!


matsystud
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i would say go back to the doc, 5 days sounds too long..... good luck :)


d_marie_n
yeah it's normal...happens to me every time. If it doesn't slowly start to feel better then I would talk to a doc but a lot of times to pull teeth they have to open your jaw more than it was ever intended to open. If you have a small mouth it's even worse. After getting my wisdom teeth out my jaw hurt for weeks, however, after the first week it did slowly feel better.


Sabine É
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I think you should see a dentist. I had a tooth removed and the pain gradually subsided over 3-7 days. On day 5 I was feeling much better although it was still swollen, it didn't hurt nearly as much as before, so I don't think yours is "normal". You could have developed dry socket. Call your dentist and have it checked out.


Shaun of Egg
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Two years ago, due to 80% bone loss in my jaw, I had 21 teeth removed in two sittings, first the 10 back ones, then 2 weeks later the remaining 11 front ones and woke up with the prosthetics already in place. I was awake for all the work although, as a "Dental Phobic" I had slight sedation. I was aware of everything going on, and felt no pain during, or indeed after. In this day and age you do not expect anything other than mild discomfort from dentistry. they should have sent you for an orthodontic x-ray on the tooth to determine the angle of the roots. This would enable the dentist to extract it at the correct angle using least resistance. you dont want to have an infection in your gums if you have any sort of problem with your heart, so go back and get this checked as a matter of urgency. and remember, even if you have thin bone to your jaw as I had, an x-ray would have shown that and if it turns out you do have a fracture to your jaw, and that was due to excessive force used to remove it, and you did not have an x-ray that could very well mean your dentist has been negligent. I do agree that water with a bit of salt as hot as is comfortable to rinse your mouth, is good practice in that it cant make matters worse....see the dentist a.s.a.p


Kyra
I feel for ya, I would go back to the dentist for advice or a prescription if an infection has set in, or your jaw might just still be bruised.
I had the last of my wisdom teeth out a month ago and it was the only one to cause complications as the gum was also sliced to get it out.
On day 4 or 5 the pain got even worse and I sobbed for 4 hours. I got antibiotics for the infection but the open wound was still bleeding by the end of week 2 and I didn't eat a single thing during this time.
Its now been a few weeks and my jaw is still aching and the hole hasn't closed properly so it might just take a bit more time for ya.
I would go back to the dentist to put your mind at rest if your worrying though.
Good luck with it


ursula!!!
I had a wisdom tooth removed 2 weeks ago and i m still in pain...it was a huge one and the doctor said that it would hurt ! and it does! i dont worry...i take antibiotics and stuff....but....i suggest you call your doctor...just in case! gd luck


joey h
you probably have some food in the raw hole that is causing an infection, go back to yuor dentist


candpcampbell58@btinternet.com
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No go back to the Dentist far too long to have pain there other than that cant help best wishes


goldenlover
It sounds like it could be a dry socket. Call your dentist they need to see you to diagnose the problem. If it is a dry socket they can put some medicine in the socket where the tooth use to be. Yes the jaw can be painful too, but it is possable it might be something other then a dry socket. Usually with a dry socket the patient says it started to feel better a day or 2 after the surgery and then like 5-7 days after the surgery it was really painful. Dry sockets can take a long time to get better, you might need to see the dentist several times. They might give you some pain meds to help.....

Dry sockets happen because the extraction site is not healing correctly (clotting process), and bacteria gets into the wound. Smoking, drinking through a straw, lower teeth being extracted are more likely to contribute to the likelyhood of a dry socket.

It will not go away on it's own.

Call Your Dentist ASAP!!!


Em x
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Its sounds as though you may have dry socket - basically when the clot of blood that helps it heal comes out - go back to your dentist as you must be in agony!


memphisms
Ask your dentist whether you have a 'dry socket'...


Army mom
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This much pain, 5 days after the extraction, is not normal. the pain should be getting a little less each day, not remaining the same. Contact your dentist ASAP.

In the meantime, ice your jaw, take Advil for the pain and swelling.


Kelly W
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i had 5 removed at one time the doc told me if the pain last more than 3 days to come back because it means i have a dry socket he said a dry socket is extremly painful


carolinahigh12
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This does not sound normal. It sounds as if you either have something called DRY SOCKET which can radiate pain into the jaw area and other parts of you dental arches. Or you can have a fratured jaw line, which is possible also. What I would do is go back to the dentist and they could check for dry socket and if that is not the case, then go to urgent care to check your jaw for fractures.


FieryDragon
Well, this is not normal, you may want to talk the whole situation to your dentist. If he/she can't help, I advise you to see a doctor.


Mary Jo D
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i had the same thing mine was from tmg its when ur jaw is out of place get it checked out


bridport
go back to your dentist. It could be that where the tooth was removed the nerve hasn't been removed and is infected.


keg_roxx
i think so when ur tooth was pulled out it probably hit a nerve and it will hurt sooo take some Advil or Aleve it will go away soon


WHO am i?
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i had 4 wisdom teeth out 15 years ago and it still aches now.


jacah5
Sounds like Dry Socket to me!! OUCH!!!! Not much you can do for it but wait, don't drink Carbonated bevarages or drink with a straw! no smoking!!!!! Try to keep you mouth moist at all times, keep food out of the whole! Some people take longer to heal, and you may need an antibiotic just incase of infection!


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