Might be time for a different dentist. You might have irritated or even (temporarily) dislocated your temporomandibular joint, commonly known as TMJ. Of course, your pain might be a cavity but cavities don't tend to cause c
These may be signs of stress, but there are a number of physical illnesses that may produce such symptoms. Your physician will be able to determine the cause.
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This is an interesting article about a group of people practicing yoga in the middle of Times Square. I think this is an interesting project and would love to see it; I'm not quite sure if I'd want...
Sounds like you have caused a strain in your jaw joint. Depending upon you age-this could take a while to heal/return to normal. Go see your dentist for an examination and a good diagnosis. Your info...
I have two ideas:
1) Ask a dentist for an examination and treatment, and
2) Ask your physician or ENT spcialist for an examination and treatment.
What you describe could be either tooth related or sinus related-you need
A burning feeling often is indicative of a pinched nerve. It doesn't sound like a dental problem per se. Have you twisted/injured your neck recently? Maybe slept on it wrong? It wouldn't hurt to see a doctor if it continues.