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Square by Square by Sarah M. Patient Expert either - just square by square, nice and gently until he is stable enough to come home again. ...
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. Best wishes Ian
Yoga in Times Square by Stephanie B. 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...
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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
Depending on the kind of injury and where it is, signs may include abnormal position of the jaw (i.e., the upper and lower jaws no longer line up like they used to or the right and left sides...
Sounds like it could be an infection.  I would advise you seek emergency diagnosis froma dentist or hospital emergency room before it spreads into your neck or brain.
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.

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