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Bruised Tooth?
Sep 19, 2005
... Last week I developed some pain in one of my molars, kind of like a sensitivity pain. And yesterday it turned in to a biting down pain. A day or so before the pain started, I remember biting into something hard while eating. ... (1 replies)
... which is good news. It did act up a little with my cup of coffe this AM. ... (5 replies)
... filling in the tooth that was extracted? ... (8 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)
... I hope that you continue to get better. Hopefully it is just a bruise and nothing shows up later! ... (16 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)
... Hi Maria, I have had a few failed root canals so I can relate very well to these stories. The reason why you're getting extreme pain when you are touching the tooth, even lightly, is because your periodontal ligament is inflamed. ... (20 replies)
... I had 8 dental amalgams. The more a person has, generally the more exposure you have to mercury poisoning. ... (25 replies)
... What type of pain are you feeling? ... (3 replies)
... me to answer appreciate it. I didn't know they could stay swollen that long, I thought my doctor told me once the infection was gone that gland would go down. My tooth was taken out, and I did rinse with salt water, it healed quickly. I also use salt water to gargle when I have a sore throat, always works. ... (5 replies)
... Amy, I Just Read Your Post...i Haven't Been Able To Check The Board For A Few Days...sorry That You've Been Having A Small Set Back....but All In All You Do Seem To Be Doing Really Great!! I Know You're Glad For Each And Every Day That You Get Behind You...i'm 7 Weeks, And Still Glad For Every Day... ... (34 replies)
Aug 26, 2005
... My endo prescribed a small dose of halcion which I took before bed the night before the procedure and then again on the morning of the procedure. I went in and was really relaxed. ... (12 replies)
Jul 26, 2005
... hi, I am new to the boards. Hope someone can help. Yesterday, I had my upper left wisdom tooth removed. When the oral surgeon was injecting me with the novacaine my cheek immediately puffed out the size of a golf ball. ... (3 replies)

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