Re: What does a toothache feel like?
I am sure you remember me. Sorry to hear that you are still suffering post gland removal. I have had the remaining three wisdom teeth removed so that they can not be used as an excuse anymore. My pain also persists in the submandibular and parotid glands. For some reason, they keep reacting but my ddt eliminates teeth being the problem. God knows what. Re. tooth ache and x-rays...the tooth I had root canalled never showed any problems on x-rays and when my whole body became affected, it continued to show no problems on x-rays. Only when the tooth was extracted did the ddt prove his urgency to extract it as being necessary as at the bottom of one root was a vac of pus. Some things just don't show up even on pc x-rays due to the positioning, angle of whatever is causing the pain be it a crack, abscess etc...Give it some more time, the gland operation isn't so long ago. Try B complex vitamins for nerves and sensitive teeth products. It takes a long time for nerves to settle down again so you don't want to do anything drastic. I am working through the pain at the moment as well before I go ahead with any further testing or dental work that I may regret one day. Healing is a long process and generally a half a year is a fair chance for something to heal.
Take good care,