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Toothache, Pain & Sensitivity

Symptoms of Tooth Pain   Prolonged sensitivity to hot or cold foods without any recent dental treatment. Lingering or prolonged sensitivity to hot or cold foods after recent dental treatment. Sharp pain when biting down on food. Constant and severe pain with pressure, swelling of the gum, and sensitivity to touch. Pain radiating from a single spot while touching in or near your mouth triggers a sharp, severe tooth pain lasting a few seconds.

“Toothache” usually refers to the sensation of pain around the teeth or jaws that may be an outcome of some dental problem, such as dental cavities (dental caries), a cracked or fractured tooth, an exposed tooth root, a worn tooth, or gum disease. Serious disorders of the jaw joint (temporomandibular joint) can also be one of the reasons for toothache.The severity of a toothache varies from chronic and mild to intense and agonizing pain. The pain may worsen when you try to eat or drink, especially if you are consuming very hot or cold food and beverages. Toothache can spread to the entire jaw area, making it tender and sensitive. You may notice a slight increase in intensity of pain when you lie down, because of the increased pressure on the tooth.
Added by Dr Kinnar Shah Dentist Castle Hill on Sunday 12 May 2013
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