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Multiple tooth pain - help!

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 20, 2009
  • 04:16 PM

I've got at least 4 teeth in pain, 2 lower molars and 1 upper and 1 lower front tooth.

No cavities detected. One molar needs a root canal but hurt previously.

Gums appear fine.
I've been through the dentist-o-rama: Dentist, Perodontist, and Oral Surgoen.

For some time I've had a... cringing... feeling in my teeth, kinda like they're trying to shrink on the inside, very hard to explain. It comes and goes but is more coming than going nowadays.

Any suggestions are appreciated!


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  • Update - yesterday during the day I felt better, but as it got later and later in the evening this crazy feeling kept getting worse.By the time I went to bed ALL my teeth, but particularly the front ones, were doing the cringe/wierd ache/almost itching feeling.I did take a 5 mil valium and did sleep throught the night, thank goodness. When I first woke the feeling was gone, but now at 9:00 am it is back, at least in my front teeth top and bottom, with the bottom worse one minute and the top the next.It's not pain, but extreme discomfort. I'm 42 and smoke a pack a day, no other meds.Pete
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies Flag this Response
  • there's a good dentist here in SE AZ who might help you; with the correct adjustment, it might help...I've been working on getting all the mercury out of my mouth..
    Monsterlove 2,921 Replies Flag this Response
  • Have you had your maxillary sinuses checked? Sometimes sinus infection can feel like tooth pain. Been there--frequently!
    aquila 1,263 Replies Flag this Response
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