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... but get it checked out to be sure. Also, the off feeling could be a bruised periodontal ligament which should get better over time. ... (2 replies)
... Please could you tell me what kind of symptoms your boyfriend had when he bruised the ligament? ... (16 replies)
... s and when he went to the dentist, the Doc was adament that you should go in when you experience such pain as there are SO many things that can be wrong. Even a bruised ligament needs to be watched for a couple of years as it can potentially lead to resorption. Go figure. ... (16 replies)

... whew! There was pain when she put pressure on the tooth with her finger and pain when I push my tongue against the tooth which she stated occurs from a bruised ligament. She said it could also take a few weeks to settle down. Oh dear! ... (16 replies)
... If I have bruised the ligament, how long will it normally take to settle down? ... (16 replies)
... stop. your dentist can have a look and trim it down, because that tooth is exquisitely sensitive without being disturbed unneccesarily. if that is not the problem, the tooth will need to be examined to be sure there is no fracture. ... (1 replies)
... I bit into a hard sunbtance last week and now I have pain in one tooth, my dentist said my periodontal ligament is bruised. No cracks on the tooth or anything else. ... (0 replies)
... While the teeth themselves cannot be bruised, either the pulp (the nerve tissue in the middle of the tooth) or the PDL (the ligament that suspends the tooth in the bony socket) can become irritated (inflammed). Both problems are related to trauma (heavy bite, decay, exposed dentin, fracture, ect.) and can be helped by an over the counter anti inflammitoy, so long as the... (1 replies)
... with a toothpick. I managed to get the toothpick kind of stuck a bit between the two teeth, so I pulled it free and I felt a bit of pain in one of the teeth. The tooth has been aching a bit ever since. It's not a bad, severe toothache or anything like that, just more of an annoying constant dull ache. ... (3 replies)
... He was not in terrible terrible pain. It hurt to bite down on it, and it hurt to push on it, but is was not sensitive to hot/cold. He said it felt exactly like what you would expect a bruised ligament to feel like - a very strong, full, dull pain; nothing sharp. Within 2 weeks it was almost resolved. What concerns me about your description of your symptoms is the... (16 replies)
... It was not hurting until I bit down on a pecan by accident two days after my root canal was done. It has been downhill since. My dentist says it sounds like I bruised the ligament surrounding the root. Yesterday she took off some of tooth to get it out of my bite and started me on Prednisone. ... (1 replies)
... It's possible that you bruised your PDL ( the tiny ligament that surrounds the roots of your tooth). This usually results in a sore type of pain. Take ibuprophen and see if that helps. It could also be something else, so it's good that you are seeing your dentist. Good luck! (3 replies)
... ray over about 6 mths to make sure the root and ligament are ok. ... (2 replies)




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