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... I haven't noticed the tooth start to turn darker than the others, although I'm guessing it probably should do if the tooth is dying. ... (17 replies)
... After not going to the dentist for 7 years, I found myself with a dying tooth and lots of pain. ... (2 replies)
... Actually I have tried a lot of different medications to help with the pain and nothing works. I will try the mouthguard but I really feel that the nerve in the canine tooth is dying or is already dead. I am just going to follow through with the root canal after the mouthguard thing if it does not work. ... (4 replies)

... Actually I have tried Tylenol, Motrin, Vicadin and nothing helps for the pain. I think that the nerves are slowing dying and that is what is the problem. If I tap the tooth it hurts and it hurts even when I do not even touch it. ... (17 replies)
... So is it quite normal for an irritated nerve to give this kind of severe pain? ... (17 replies)
... You are in the first stages of a dying nerve, but eventually it will die completely, and then it won't respond to the cold test. When the xray looks normal, you have to go by the person's symptoms. ... (17 replies)
Dying Tooth
Jun 19, 2004
... canals. Last fall and winter I had a terrible tooth ache that seemed to "move" around my mouth. I couldn't tell which tooth was the problem, but it seemed to be one of the teeth on the upper right. ... (5 replies)
Dying Tooth
Jun 18, 2004
... My dentist has told me that I have a tooth with a dying nerve it in. I have an appointment to go back in a couple of weeks to have the tooth extracted. At the moment it is giving me a lot of pain though. What can I do to help me control the pain until my appointment? ... (5 replies)
... A "dead tooth" is a tooth of which the pulp and nerve tissues have been infected and damaged by bacteria beyond repair. The tooth is literally dead and does not have a sensation. ... (5 replies)
... How is your daughter's tooth now? ... (1 replies)
... front tooth two weeks ago. I brought her to the dentist and he bonded the broken half back on and said it didn't look like there was any nerve damage. ... (1 replies)
... If the fillings are not deep, then it can't be hurting because it is close to the dentin or nerve and causing pain. I think it is a good thing to put a filling material in fillings that have a desensitizing agent. ... (4 replies)
... If your tooth is changing color, good chance it is in the process of dying. ... (1 replies)
... I did go back to my dentist. I had procrastinated further and the tooth was only getting more sensitive. Unfortunately, the diagnosis of a cracked tooth was quite clear, even though the crack was not visible. My dentist prepped the tooth and gave me a temporary crown. ... (20 replies)
Broken tooth ):
May 5, 2012
... Hiand thank you for reading this. My tooth broke yesterday... there was a singing...yeah... ... (10 replies)
Dec 18, 2011
... I am SO sorry you are in this much pain. Anytime both hot and cold sensation elicit pain, the tooth nerve is usually dying and needs root canal treatment. ... (4 replies)
... I went to the dentist a few days later and he examined me, did an xray, etc and said the tooth looks fine. He said I grind my teeth and I probably did some lateral grinding and it can take a few weeks to let the peridontal ligament uninflame. ... (1 replies)
... He believes after everthing looked normal that I have a inflamed nerve from grinding my teeth. He said it will need 10 to 14 days to heal. No hard foods, etc. ... (0 replies)
Tooth throbbing
Apr 22, 2011
... All was fine with it. Then about 3 weeks ago one of my wisdom teeth started coming in. I have the other ones taken out. There wasn't a tooth where this one is coming in and I was told it would have enough room. Well it hurt like hell. I was in pain for three weeks. ... (0 replies)
... There could be many reasons. Best to get to a dentist. You gum may have receded enough that the nerve is exposed. The nerve may be dying. You could have decay below the gumline. There could be infection anywhere. ... (1 replies)

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