The pain may be a result of a few things..
1) The nerve of the tooth may be injured (cavity may have gone into the nerve)
2) The bitemay need adjustment (filling may be too high)
If your dentist thought the tooth wa
The possibilities are so endless that we can go nuts with the little bit of information that you've mentioned. I don't mean this to belittle you but to explain why we often ask as many questions as we do to go with all the
Inflammation of any organ or body part is designated by "itis". So appendicitis and bursitis are inflammation of your appendix & bursa. Likewise, inflammation of the liver is hepatitis (hepat- or hepatic- is the Greek orig
Hi Smoky, Thanks for your question. As a phsycian, I'm quite concerned about the symptoms you describe, and suggest that you get yourself evaluated right way. If you don't have your own doctor to call, I would suggest getting
It sounds like it could be a TMJ disorder, which you would need to see an oral surgeon or someone who specializes in TMJ disorders. I just recently went to the oral surgeon for similar pain in my jaw & ears, thinking it was b