Oral Trauma Can Cause Toothache Pain

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Sometimes an accidental fall or blow to the face can impact a tooth without causing any initial pain or causing overt damage to the tooth’s enamel layer. In some of these cases, you might only suffer some minor swelling or facial bruising. But a few days later, you could develop... Read more »

A Toothache is Often a Symptom of a Serious Problem

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A pain deep in the gums or radiating from inside of a tooth should be seen as a serious warning sign of a more significant problem that is developing. Dr. Seth Rumley strongly suggests that if you have a toothache develop, especially if there’s no direct trauma associated with it,... Read more »

My Tooth Is Killing Me! Why?

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There’s one word that makes people wince even more than phrases like “Monday morning” or “income taxes,” and that word is “toothache.” But what is a toothache, exactly? And what causes a toothache? Simply put, a toothache is pain in or around a tooth. And you may know from sad... Read more »