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... just an FYI, excessive chewing on ice can be a sign or iron deficency. I was one that was always chewing on ice. ... (2 replies)
... Chewing on ice is very bad for your teeth over time. Usually it does not cause problems quickly. I am in my mid 40's and have chewed ice on an doff since I was a kid. ... (2 replies)
... My husband and I have a disagreement that maybe someone can help us settle. My kids like to eat ice cubes and I don't worry about it at all. My husband thinks that it could damage their teeth. Any input? ... (2 replies)

... Now dont't laugh, but I heard that chewing ice is a sign of sexual frustation- and a little bit of OCD. Don't you feel better now? Ha Ha- But seriously-hope it's not that bad- But it's like any nervous habit- nail biting, etc! just replace it with something else! Compulsive cleaning can get a LOT of excess energy out! For example... (1 replies)
Help! Huge pain!
Oct 19, 2011
... The sort of pain you get when a dentist cleans your tooth and it hurts your nerves because that air he blows in is so damn cold.. it's worse than biting ice cream. ... (10 replies)
Chipped Tooth
Feb 24, 2006
... It is possible that you are grinding or clenching your teeth in your sleep. Or, perhaps you have a habit that is causing the teeth to chip. Nail biting, ice chewing, etc.. ... (1 replies)
... sensitivity has not improved. While chewing food using the filling area was still tolerable, during empty mouth clenching, the filling area still felt sore from biting pressure. ... (0 replies)
... d coughing very badly. I've inspected my gums and teeth to the best of my ability. Gums are still pink the "sore" teeth have a pale red ring around the gum line. Biting and heat doesn't hurt. However cinnamon doughnuts hurt and burn incredibly badly. ... (0 replies)
... I'm feeling the same way, but my dentist said is normal to have pain in my jaw and my other teeth I'm taking Vicodin and its helping me a lot, the pain is terrible but there's nothing u can do just hang in there try to focus and something else, I have 2 babies imagine :/ Good luck hope you feel better. (3 replies)
... cannot open my mouth without having a horrible pain in my jaw. I can get it open wide enough to fit one finger in between my top and bottom row of teeth. I keep biting the sides of my cheeks and they feel like raw skin at this point. ... (3 replies)
... Keep biting down on gauze until bleeding stops. ... (4 replies)
... operative instruction page to bite down hard on the gauze for 45 minutes, then repeat if necessary. And biting on a moist tea bag wrapped in gauze is also recommended. ... (9 replies)
Help
Nov 10, 2010
... You should keep your foods room temperature for a few days. Eating hot soup and freezing cold ice cream aren't great choices for an already sensitive mouth. ... (2 replies)
Tooth pain
Sep 19, 2009
... f bleeding. Well I flippin was trying to eat just tuna fish sandwich earlier and i can't chew on either side of back teeth. So I just can't eat. I just made some ice tea been drinking on my soda before drinks does not bother it. Noticed tried to brush teeth flipping hurt again to painful just can't do it.. ... (0 replies)
Sensitive Teeth
May 26, 2009
... We've checked for a cracked tooth...nope. No pain to biting down pressure, cold, heat, sweets..... ... (4 replies)
... do it for an hour. If you see no relief or it seems to make the pain feel more intense than try ice packs instead of the heat. ... (3 replies)
Tooth is Cracked
Jan 8, 2007
... ray to see how far the fracture goes and if there is any decay present. It's possible he may recommend a crown. In the meantime, be very careful about biting hard foods. Chew on the other side of your mouth and whatever you do, don't crunch ice! That is one of the most common causes of cracked fillings and teeth. ... (1 replies)
... it wears off midmorning and later in the afternoon it's the worst. I think lying down it feels better because my neck, back and facial muscles relax more. The ice definately helps too. ... (51 replies)
... nful as that sounds.... Dental pain takes time to subside. The area has been traumatized. A root canal is necessary if you find that the pain is aggravated by biting down or if there is extreme sensitivity to heat or to cold. ... (3 replies)
... It could actually be a number of things. The fact these teeth were crowned means the area was worked on at one point. No pain, when biting down on the teeth or no tooth sensitivity, doesn't always mean a root canal won't help. ... (5 replies)




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