ive been drinking diet coke daily for the past couple of years and my teeth are white and i have never had any fillings, however my teeth are quite sensitive and feel slightly sore if i eat or drink cold things.
I just had my wisdom teeth removed and the teeth next to the wound were very sore for about a week and a half.
it is normal if you had your teeth out in a day hospital because they put a tube down your throat to breathe hope that helps makkaattack
Yes it is perfectly normal. In fact if they are sore then it is a cause for concern
Yes, you can ask. It might be sore to sit for awhile.
Soft rice with sweet yogurt is good, anthing soft and not sour in taste will work. This is what I eat when I have sore teeth.
Yes it is normal :)
At first they don't, but after awhile they start making your ears feel sore.
It is normal to have some swelling and redness on your cheeks after having your wisdom teeth removed. If this swelling and redness lasts for more than 2 days you should contact your dentist.
Actually, braces don't hurt. Your teeth are just sore from the orthodontist treatment you've been receiving. Your teeth are moving. In my case, my teeth aren't sore anymore because I've had them for almost two years. But your teeth could become sore if your orthodontist tightens your braces. Don't worry... the soreness will get away soon. Just hang in there.
If you're experiencing a sore jaw underneath your teeth, chances are you have a tooth infection, gingivitis, or lock jaw. Your best bet would be to get to your dentist ASAP.
Sometimes the teeth beside a sore tooth can feel sore also. This is called 'referred pain'. The pain will never appear on the opposite site (ie. left vs right), but it may be felt on the upper or lower teeth on the SAME side. This happens because the same nerve trunk supplies all of the teeth on one side of your mouth.
When teeth are pulled, you will be sore for about 5 to 7 days with each day better than the last.
Not necessarily, although tender or bleeding gums (gingivitis) can be caused by hormonal changed during pregnancy so it depends whether it's your teeth or gums that are sore.
No special foods are needed. Eat anything you soft and mushy unless your mouth is too sore to chew it. In a day or two, considering how many teeth were removed, your mouth will be back to normal.
it depends, but generally about a week
only if you want it to be sore and itcy
If the period wasn't normal yes. Because your period was normal, your not pregnant.
yes, very normal
Its not normal you probably just got a cold