Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Calc Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Fistula dentalis on lower jaw.
Gums and teeth
Canker sores, especially during teething.
Toothache after drinking cold liquids, or excited by draught or cold; drawing, shooting or boring; during and after menstruation; during pregnancy; worse from warm or cold drinks.
Teeth particularly sensitive to cold air.
Gums painfully tender; swelling, bleeding.
Mouth slimy; blisters on the inner surface of cheek and tongue.
Tongue coated white.
Dryness of tongue at night, and morning on awaking.
Burning pain at the tip of tongue, as from soreness; worse from warm food or drink.
Soreness of the tongue, either on the tip, sides, or dorsum; can scarcely talk or eat.
Offensive smell from the teeth.
Taste; sour; bitter; offensive.
Difficult, indistinct speech; also in ranula.
Swelling of sublingual glands.
Ranula; burning in the mouth.≡ more ...