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Old 09-04-2017, 09:05 PM   #16
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Re: Toothache due to suspected cracked teeth

Sorry to hear you are still having issues with that molar. Usually if you need a tooth to be extracted you will know it by not being able to sleep or in some cases it might need a root canal. But no question you would want to make sure its that tooth like the dentist suggested. Also you state that it comes and goes. At least its not constant. I had a root canal done once that took about 6 months before it stopped aching and now its about 90% good with only slight sensitivity from time to time.

Regarding the front tooth occasionally you'll get a little excess come off after a filling but the fact that you have a gum issue should be investigated. Have you considered visiting a periodontist? That might want to do a deep cleaning. Sorry to hear that you are still having so many issues after seeing various dentists. No fun I know!

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Old 12-09-2017, 09:57 PM   #17
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Sorry to hear you are still having issues with that molar. Usually if you need a tooth to be extracted you will know it by not being able to sleep or in some cases it might need a root canal. But no question you would want to make sure its that tooth like the dentist suggested. Also you state that it comes and goes. At least its not constant. I had a root canal done once that took about 6 months before it stopped aching and now its about 90% good with only slight sensitivity from time to time.

Regarding the front tooth occasionally you'll get a little excess come off after a filling but the fact that you have a gum issue should be investigated. Have you considered visiting a periodontist? That might want to do a deep cleaning. Sorry to hear that you are still having so many issues after seeing various dentists. No fun I know!

Robb
I just wanna update u on my teeth problems. All the problems have not solved along with an added TMJ problem that appeared recently, I started a thread in the other forum if u r interested. The dentist that did my filling didn't take any responsibility that him filling my tooth affected my bite problems but I honestly dunno because many problems started after he did the filling, teeth hv shifted becoz of swollen gums etc. He just gave me a referral to orthodontist for bite problem but it is my jaw that is misaligned now so from googling info, thats not gonna help and may even make it worse. Im surprised I haven't killed myself by now coz thats how bad it feels and how hard it is to function daily as I can't even eat properly anymore. I dunno which teeth problem to deal with first coz everything is happening all in a span of a few months!

 
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