Take some ibuprofen or another type of store bought pain reliever and rinse with warm salt water. Take the pain reliever every 4 hours or as directed on the bottle. Don't wait for the pain to come back before taking more, take it before it starts to hurt, hat will make it easier to keep the pain away. And also rinse with warm salt water through out the day as often as you are able to. This should help some, but you probably have an infection in your tooth and need to get into a dentist right away. It will most likely just get worse and worse.
My cheek was swollen after I had a tooth extracted.
It may be a bad tooth, but there are a whole range of posibilities
Buccodental means pertaining to the tooth and cheek.
You should probably tell a dentist or oral surgeon.
Your tooth is giving you an important message. Tooth pain that bad doesn't clear up on its own.
yes you do and be very catious , because the blistering will eventually cause a infection, which will eventually cause a swollen cheek !
because it hurts in the tooth. most of the time only one tooth hurts. if more than 1 tooth hurts, its called multiple toothaches. if your whole mouth hurts, consult a dentist.
a tooth extractor is basically a gadget that dentists use to remove you tooth/teeth... some of my friends got there teeth extracted and they said it hurts really bad!
Depends on how fast swelling occurred. Could be a type of allergic reaction called angionuerotic oedema, but if it does not cross the midline of your face then it is probably an infection and if lip was the first swollen area it is probably from an infected tooth.
you yank it out fast it will hurt at first but then your tooth is out or you can get somelse to pull it out
The most obvious symptom is swollen gums or jaw; you may appear as if you have a big lump of something in your cheek. You also will probably have a bad toothache but not always. (I personally had a toothache for several days, then woke up one day with the toothache gone but with a swollen jaw; I had to go on antibiotics to treat the infection, and eventually had the tooth extracted.)
well its not a disease a tooth ace is when ur tooth hurts thats all if it hurts alot i suggest u go see ur dentist
There are no nerves IN a tooth. The nerve is above the tooth. That's why when it's loose and you eat, your tooth hurts. Hope this helps
an infected tooth is possible
if your tooth is bleeding hurts or turning gray see a doctor
Well, if the tooth hurts only a little bit, try gargling warm water with a pinch of salt in it. If the tooth hurts unbearably, (like a canine), then you should buy tooth/gum cream and apply it. If it is a canine, then it will hurt a lot while coming out (esp the bottom canines) Hope I helped :)
Ni it is NOT normal, pain and swelling are NEVER normal. It is probably caused by an infection getting in through the hole in your tooth. If you don't get it treated by a dentist IMMEDIATELY you are going to be very sick.
If your tooth hurts when eating or drinking hot ot cold things then you have a sensitive tooth.
pull it out
my tooth was pulled four days ago and it still hurts,it had an infection under the tooth.Is this why it's hurting?