Oral Health

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Posted by: sly bersay | 2010-12-01

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in dec, 2008 i removed my wisdom tooth, on ma left side of my ,mouth because it grew abnormally. i.e it grew from under my gum, it was so painfull, i couldnt eat for weeks., recently i get this pangs at both ends of my mouth, at both ends of my lower mandibles. its some times goes when use salt solution and panadol, but i need a permanent solution to this pain.
thanks for assistance render able
sly bersay

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Oral health expert

you need to have x-rays taken to see if there is any reason for the pain in the area. It could also be a problem with another tooth/nerve.

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Posted by: harriet kaari | 2011-01-19

10years ago i was extracted a wisdom teeth and next to it a tooth was permanently filled.l have been experiencing on and off pain emerging from the filled tooth. An x-ray was taken and i was diagnosed with trigeminal neuragia what medicine can i take to relieve the pain

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Posted by: Dental Expert | 2010-12-01

you need to have x-rays taken to see if there is any reason for the pain in the area. It could also be a problem with another tooth/nerve.

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