I will try to be brief and I would really appreciate any advice you can give me.
About me - I am 25 years old, living in London, smoker.
In 2009 I was offered to take a panoramic x-ray that showed I am a lucky owner of 6 wisdom teeth (WT): two on each side on the top and one on each at the bottom. Back then I had both removed, one was ok, second (left hand side!!!) resulted in broken jaw and after 5 injections, was still painful in what felt like sinuses.
THE ISSUE: In the last 1 year or so, I have struggled with: strong neck pains, pressire in jaws, severe dizziness and loss of balance, migranes, electric shock like feeling on the cheeck (inside/ on the left) and eye and nose ticks (eye right/ nose left), bruxism (I got a mouthguard for that but helps only for a short time), anxiety, swollen glands, difficulty opening mouth or talking/ smiling too long, pressure in eyes and ofter broken veins, one nostril blocked (left side) and what feels like loose painful teeth. I was writing a diary to see what causes it, as was recommended to do by the professor in Kings College Hospital (KCH), but still cannot figure it out what causes it, as it is not a permanent consition, sympsoms come and go and sometimes randomly happen one at a time. Also seems to get little better when standing and walking, but only for short time, them symptoms come back.
My back WT are impacted and all teeth are located close to the nerve (left bottom WT grown around the nerve and already has a cavity in).
I am again hurting and if there are any professional dentists/ doctors/ professors I would greatly appreciate advice on what to do.
P.S went to GP - would give me antibiotics that does not work (thinks its a nerve pain) and offered the referral, then said surgery dont have anough money to refer. Professor at KCH said that teeth will need to eventially come out, but she does not want to touch them until they start disturbing. I guess that means, she would not see me unless I am in tears, I dont know what to do, because all those things greatly affecting my everyday life - please help.