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Dental or Neural Problem

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • March 25, 2010
  • 09:56 AM

Hi I've one dental problem.
When I eat any thing, be it any thing other than water or fruits, after three-four hours there occurs a sharp pain in my teeth and in the gums as well.The only remedy to this is that I've to clean my mouth throughly after any food consuption. Also this sharp tooth pain starts if I eat any hot food or drink hot water etc. However eating sweet or cold or chilled items doesnt affect the tooth. Alsohowever that the pain doesnt persist to a particular tooth. It may affect one tooth and after some days there will be no pain in the former tooth yet some other tooth will start paining.
I wonder whether it is any dental problem or any neurological problem.Please help me find out the correct diagnosis of my disease.

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