tooth ache / jaw acheHi hope you can help me. I went to my dentist's a couple of months ago when I had cracked a tooth. She put a filling and was quite rough as another tooth was very close to the cracked one. Since then I have a weird feeling on my jaw but cannot pinpoint which tooth it is. If I bite teeth together it is not worse. If I drink cold it is ok but if I'm outdoors and it's cold it is hurting the way cold can make old bones hurt.It is sometimes worse from drinking hot coffee.
I have tried arnica (rough dental treatment) and hypericum (possibly nerve pain) and no help yet. Have booked a dentist but do you have any suggestions?
pangolin on 2008-06-06
♡ gavinimurthy last decade
before I read your reply I had already decided to try Merc Sol in case it is a problem because of all the mercury in my mouth and the new filling being in the same tooth with an old filling. That took the symptoms away for more than 12 hours. After reading your reply I have taken coffea and it has reduced the problem so that I don't notice it as often. I had a feeling as if I had a wedge in my jaw and haven't had that since. Should I stop drinkin coffee while taking coffea as remedy? I didn't. Also if I touch the teeth with my tongue it can be painful but if I press with my finger it is not. Also the upper jaw above the filling has the same feeling. Please advice what next. Will have the dentist appintment in 24 hours.
pangolin last decade
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