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... You are correct, a tooth neither has to hurt or be sensitive to have a cavity. Only large cavities that are starting to damage the nerve will have any symptoms. So yes, more than likely you have a few cavities. ... (1 replies)
... te that has alot of flouride in it. I'm supposed to use it several times a day after brushing my teeth to put on my teeth around the temporary bridge. He said to make sure that I don't get any cavities around the teeth while the permanent bridge is being made. ... (3 replies)
... Oh Allie, Oh Allie, I hated to see you on this board, although I so appreciated your sweet comment. You do not deserve to have anything else wrong and I think that mouth pain ranks right up there with some of the worst pain there is. ... (53 replies)

... and I have to say I have felt very alone in my misery. It is nice to read and find out I am not quite as alone as I felt. I have had dental problems as long as I can remember. ... (1 replies)
Feb 14, 2004
... Another concern I have is that I have been sick for 2 weeks with sinusitis. It has caused me to have a tooth ache, basically all my gums are sore. ... (6 replies)
... Im 22 and havent been to the dentist since I was 16. For as long as I can remember I have had ugly teeth. From what I remember it goes back to the second grade. ... (5 replies)
... I took the pill when I got there, but have heard that alot of people do take it while they are still at home. I guess my dentist just wanted to make sure I was safe and sound in the chair before I was sedated. ... (15 replies)
... involved. What I find is that they say nothing or say they don't know who to blame. THey might criticize but they say it's really hard to prove for dental if you want to sue. I've found they are vague and stick together. I think they know they can get away with it and it's your tough luck. It's just I am ticked off. ... (6 replies)
... s only. We need them to eat with. Also they have nerves and things do happen to them just like everything else in our bodies. If they get infected and not tended you may become sick or even die from bacterial infection. ... (3 replies)
... Almost a year ago, in July 2011 i had 5 teeth extracted from my top jaw, 3 on one side, 2 on the other all in the back. i had some cavities and some were wisdom teeth, and i hadnt been to the dentist since i was really young. ... (3 replies)
... The reasons your molars are breaking is because you have mercury fillings in them. That is what happened to me. Mercury in a thermometer expands and contracts according to the heat. ... (16 replies)

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