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... ray showed decay into pulp, but no spread into sinus. Also serious increase in tooth grinding and jaw clenching during this period. ... (2 replies)
Tooth infection
Oct 25, 2004
... I also dont have any fillings of any kind. I only have this aching tooth and I wonder if there is a chance it could be infected? ... (6 replies)
... would it reveal infection in the upper area if small and not cause confusion with the location of the recently debrided and healed lower area? ... (2 replies)

... ray they took that day. They cut off the crown and cleaned up the tooth and then I went to an endodontist and he did a root canal. They weren't sure a root canal would work because it took so long for any problem to show up. ... (24 replies)
... Did they actually see an infection in the bone? ... (24 replies)
... on. THEN, I started experiencing tingling and numbness throughout the left side of my head and neck. At this point I went to the ER. While there they gave me an MRI of my brain, which check out to be normal. All of my blood work, normal as well. ... (3 replies)
... Well it's now March and my daughter is still experiencing pain and swelling that varies in intensity. We had another MRI that showed no sign of infection, so we are assuming the pain is nerve related. ... (2 replies)
... days, he would need to open it up again. It was not better, so he opened it up and discovered that the infection had gone into her jawbone and made a hole all the way through it. He scraped out the dead bone and the recovery from this surgery took a long time. ... (2 replies)
... nt. Look it up and see if this is feasible in your situation. The cost is expensive when speakinf of a whole mouth but may be significantly lower with only one tooth if there is bone loss. Check it out..... ... (1 replies)
... I have an appointment this monday. And it seems like this place just take tooth out at the moment. But I have read, antibiotics are sometimes needed if theres some sort of infection, and so on. ... (1 replies)
... Always had "bad" teeth. Had at about 9 root canals, crowns and bridges you name it. Had a root canal upper right 6 months ago, pain continued after root canal.Yes, saw 2 entodonists, peridontist,oral surgeon and neurologist. They are all shaking their heads and quite frustrated that they can't get anything diagnosed. I have 3 missing teeth around the most frequent root... (0 replies)
... Hi - I am so sorry you have been going though this jaw issue for over 20 years - and I do hope also that anyone on this forum that finds help, lets us all know what they did or who they saw for help - my story is a long one too, because it started a long time ago, so I will summarize as best I can - my problems began in 1993, when I got braces - I was 29 - I had 4 pre- molars... (72 replies)
... hey just wondering if you solved your problem with your jaw - just found this forum and hoping some of the people with major jaw problems are still around (72 replies)
... they did root canal on 15 and 13 and again no infection. Tooth 14 always hurts dull and hurts at tapping but does not show any sign of fracture. ... (3 replies)
... I believe it is. Once, I had the crown placed, I would get twinges of pain off and on, but nothing serious. That tooth bothered me for yearssss, so it was a relief to finally have it over with, although I hated that it was one of my front teeth. ... (72 replies)
... I cannot imagine facial pain, the most I have felt was from ONE wisdom tooth pulled a month ago and it hurt for one night... ... (72 replies)
... wing this thread for a while, and so sorry for the long post. I wanted to post here because I too have experienced chronic jaw pain for about five years. Had a tooth abscess that resulted in two root canals. But even after the root canals the pain persisted in the lower left jaw. ... (72 replies)
Absessed tooth
Apr 28, 2009
... I would think if this was infection related, then why haven't I been able to stop it. I've taken Keflex it feels like forever. ... (10 replies)
... well,even though im no dentist or doctor ,im sure it isnt possible to have infected your spine, as for giving headaches yes because the ear ,nose and throat ,are all contected,so can cause headaches and other pain around those area;s but doubt very much in the spine (3 replies)
... our teeth can raise all sorts of problems with you due to an infection. I was having HORRIBLE headaches and could not think straight and it was all caused by an infection under one tooth. When the dentist lifted the cap that was there, my gum was black!! ... (3 replies)


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