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Suffering from dental problems
Last Post 12/27/2017 11:11 PM by Bazitta85. 0 Replies.
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Bazitta85 Posts:1
12/27/2017 11:11 PM
I have been getting frequent pain on the right side of my mouth. It is getting worse and has become almost unbearable for the last week. My teeth are not sensitive. Usually, I feel like that the pain is at the top. I often have to use Paracetamol and Ibuprofen to get relief from the pain. I think it's worse when I'm stressed. I doubt that I have got some sort of neuralgia or TMJ.
The only other detectable problem I have in the area now is that the gums between one tooth and the other side of it are chronically inflamed. But I don't think the pain is directly from the gums, they cause a sharp pain when flossed which quickly goes away. The floss sometimes comes out bloody, but not usually smelly or with bits of food.
I am planning to visit a dental clinic which provides family dentistry services Is there anybody over here who has faced a similar situation? How was your experience? Please share!
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