No decay but extremely throbbing pain in top front tooth
While surfing the net to find help regarding my tooth problem I found a thread on this message board by SDailey in which the author (Sherry) explained exactly the problem I am experiencing. However, I can't figure out how to reply to her to see if she got her tooth problem sorted. Heres what she wrote, and honestly, I think she had exactly what I have had for the last three years. Can anybody help a) me make conatct with Sherry or b) with info about how to fix my prob tooth? And can I say that I have been to 3 dentists who have all taken x-rays and report there is nothing wrong with my tooth, no decay!! One specialist said he thinks theres been some trauma to my tooth, but I can't think of anything other than hitting my head into a wall just prior to my tooth prob starting.
"Approx 2 yrs ago I started having strange sensations in my teeth almost as though the nerve was exposed. It would come quickly and leave quickly. Over the years it still happens and I have been two differnt dentist that have ruled out any problems so far. This is my upper front teeth approx the area of 4 teeth. When this happens I can't even touch my teeth with my tongue or a finger its that sensitive. Two weeks ago for the first time I had the problem but it lasted several hours. Now late today it happened again. I have been told it could be a sinus problem. I have talked to so many people and no one has heard of such a thing. This is not like a bad tooth ache. It feels as though the nerve is exposed. The only relief I get is pressing on my face above my mouth. Anyone that can give me a suggestion it would be greatly appreciated. Btw I did tell my MD about it and he put me on Allegra but had to quit that since it gave me an upset stomach. Thanks in advance for any information. Sherry"