Pain in a tooth when I eat chocolate?

Answer Maybe it's because it's not a sweet tooth :P

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Is it normal to have neck and shoulder pain in addition to jaw pain when a wisdom tooth is coming in?

I've been working on my honey's back and neck for years, and I've noticed that it's all connected. You may be tensing your shoulder and neck because of the pain in your mouth. Or a nerve could be ... Read More »

When gums have bacteria in them can it cause tooth pain?

Get a dental appointment. Even where I live a person can get dental treatment and pay like 10-20 dollars. Call today, because there is usually a wait. Meanwhile, use the gold Listerine and ... Read More »

Emergency: Can tooth pain be "transferred" from one tooth to another?

It is called referred pain, the teeth run along a set of nerves that intertwine and you can feel pain in a perfectly good tooth and find out that another tooth is the culprit. Pain can be transfer... Read More »

If you had an abscessed tooth removed but you still have swelling and pain where the tooth used to be could the infection still be in the jaw or gums?

Answer That depends on how recently you had the tooth removed. If it was a few days ago, some swelling and pain are normal. But if it's been a week or more, that's not good. Yes, the infection co... Read More »