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Posted by: NPOT | 2006/04/19

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TOOTH ACHE WARM & COLD

I have tooth ache, but only when I drink something warm or cold. After a while - 10 minutes or so - the pain goes away and only strarts aching again when I drink something hot or cold not inbetween. Is this only tooth sensitivety or could it be a hole in one of my teeth? I can not even feel if it is the tooth below or above, it just feels as if the whole left side of my mouth is aching. N

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Posted by: NPOT | 2006/04/21

Sorry, I have looked, but can not find any answers for this recently. How far back must I look and what heading would it have?

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