Without a root canal the chances are slim to none. You are in for some serious pain.
Make a dental appointment. Or if money is an issue, contact a dental school to see if you can get low-cost or no-cost treatment.
i agree, go to the dentist now, if the pain starts (and trust me when it does it will be at 2am Saturday on a holiday weekend) nothing will help it, it is the most unbearable pain ever, go get a root canal, or depending on the damage they may just be able to direct pulp cap it...good luck and godspeed
Xbox genious here, if the chip is small then yes, if the chip is big or small on the any 360 console at the back of it within the holes whereabout the cables can be placed then No! Hope I helped!
Yes it will with small nozzle.
The small bones that protect the nerve cord are the vertebrae.
well when i had my braces, it chipped a little but it was only a small chip and they fixed it but i think it depends if its near your braces they might not, ask you dentist
From the quest "Funny Bone" or "Chipped Tooth" from BattleonTown the New one.
that its larger than the small opitic nerve
It depends on the type of nerve agent.
Never heard of the vagnus nerve, but if you're referring to the vagus nerve that is the parasympathetic nerve to the SAN in the heart.
No, not exactly. There is a head of a child, quite chipped up, that some think may be Caesarion, but this is only a maybe. There is also another small head that may be Ptolemy Philadelphos. This head too is chipped. Then there is a small statuette of a child who might be Alexander Helios, but this too is a maybe.
he trochlear nerve (the fourth cranial nerve, also called the fourth nerve, IV) is a motor nerve (a "somatic efferent" nerve) that innervates a single muscle: thesuperior oblique muscle of the eye.The trochlear nerve is unique among the cranial nerves in several respects. It is the smallest nerve in terms of the number of axons it contains.
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In man, the normal speed of nerve impulse is 45meter/sec and is about 100-125m/sec in medulated nerve fibers In nerve a small fiber conduct about 250 impulses per second
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It is made up of about 1 million small individual thread-like nerve fibers that come from the retina.
If it is a small chip, it won't matter too much. If it is a little bigger and could develop into a crack, then obviously it could break.
Small pox is eradicated. You no more see the patients of small pox. It is not likely to see the patients in future also. Patients used to get the fever before showing the signs of blisters in small pox.
A nerve synapse is the small gap between two neurons. There are ions, most commonly Sodium ions in the synapses. These ions help carry the electricity pulses from one nerve cell to another.
The frog schiatic nerve gives a graded response because the nerve is a bundle of axons and not a single axon (thus it does not show the all or none response of an axon-either generating an action potential or not). If one axon is generating an action potential then a small nerve impulse is witnessed, if all axons are simultaneously generating action potentials then a large nerve impulse is witnessed. Thus the nerve impulse is graded (it can be none, small, medium, large, larger, maximal).
Yes, this is a common event after extraction. It might be a piece of tooth that was left out, or a small piece of chipped bone.
In simplified terms, the sciatic nerve is a nerve that runs from your spine to your legs. Irritation of the sciatic nerve, commonly known as sciatica, is a medical condition where the nerve root, upon leaving the spine is irritated. The irritation of these nerve roots can cause back pain, and if the nerve roots of the sciatic nerve are irritated, then pain can be felt in the leg of the affected side, and this is known as 'sciatica'. The nerve roots can be irritated in many ways: the discs between the lumbar vertebrae can protrude and squash the nerve root as it leaves the spine (such as in a lumbar hernia, after lifting a heavy weight in a bad way for exemple); the spine can like any other articulation can tend to wear out, and the inflammation or formation of small protruding bones can also cause the nerve roots to be irritated. In the case of pregnancy, sciatica can happen. As the pregnancy evolves, the weight of the fetus will mean that the mother's spine slightly changes in shape to better support the weight she is carrying. As the mother has to hold herself in a unusual position, it is possible that the nerve roots passing by the vertebrae on their weigh out of the spine get slightly compressed and cause sciatica, assuming no other underlying condition exists.