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... also getting some occasional sharp pain. In fact the bruising pain can get worse yesterday then before I went to the surgery yesterday. It sometimes feels like a tooth would feel after the local has warn off following treatment. ... (8 replies)
... anal and said probably not but there is a possibility of it. When they woke me he said it wasn't necessary to do a root canal. I have had a feeling around this tooth now on and off for the week it sort of feels bruised. Not throbbing but sore. It is more on the tongue side of the molar. ... (3 replies)
Bruised Tooth?
Sep 21, 2005
... Yes, a dentist once told me that you can "bruise" or "sprain" a tooth by biting into something hard. Actually, it's not the tooth but the periodontal ligaments that get bruised or sprained. ... (1 replies)

... Hi there! Glad you're feeling better. Your thread caught my eye because that's exactly what I'm feeling. Bruised gum on the inside of the tooth (same tooth). Our problem sounds the same, but I did have a root canal (over 2 months ago) and it still is this way. I haven't gotten the crown on it yet, am going to try to hold out to see if this goes away. Anyway, good luck! (3 replies)
Bruised Tooth?
Sep 19, 2005
... I saw my dentist, and he saw nothing on an xray. I know tooth fractures a hard to detect. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks. It is feeling better today. I took 2 Advil and I am ok today. I am not sure what exactly the problem is but I think it may a combination of both the trauma from the gum treatment and then soreness from working so deep into my tooth. If it persists, I will try to get in to see him sooner. Thank you. (3 replies)
... for tooth pain. Symptoms may persist for awhile espeically if you had a deep filling. It would also be more at risk for a root canal in the future. ... (3 replies)
... This tooth feels bruised. If I clench my jaw together, it feels like it does when you press on a bruise on your arm. It's not unbearably painful, just feels bruised whenever I chew on it! It's been like it for a couple of days. ... (0 replies)
... anything to her that she hasn't dealt with already. Iam assuming a root canal was done since the Dr. is in preparation of placing the crown. Has she drilled the tooth down and made you a temporary yet? ... (8 replies)
... anything to her that she hasn't dealt with already. Iam assuming a root canal was done since the Dr. is in preparation of placing the crown. Has she drilled the tooth down and made you a temporary yet? ... (8 replies)
... hello, as a previos poster said, your dentist is being very conservative. she used a type of bonding agent to try and hold the tooth together. ... (8 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)
... 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)
... I have a tooth located upper left rear that has both a root canal and a crown that were done back in 2005. ... (3 replies)
... extend perhaps 1mm below the gumline it is possible to do some minor tissue repair in order to allow a crown to to hold the tooth together. the base of the crown has to be on sound tooth structure in order to be successful. ... (8 replies)
... stating that i should have gone back before now! The tooth was then supposed to calm down? ... (8 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)
Help! Pain/ache
Jun 13, 2005
... left hand side. This is the 4th tooth from the front, counting the front tooth as 1. In any event, I had a filling and some bonding done on the outside of the tooth. ... (2 replies)
... My daughter is 9 and her tooth is coming in but the gum is bruised. What could be causing this? ... (2 replies)
... This is my first time posting, but I thought someone here might be able to answer a couple of questions. Last night while brushing, I realized that one of my front bottom teeth is turning a grayish color. It does not hurt, it not sensitive or anything, just a different color. I have had no trauma to it. I cant get into my dentist for a coulple of days and I am worried that... (2 replies)




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