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I don't know, it differs among the folk who use different things and many work wonders temporarily of several minutes to near permanent.

My teeth are terrible. A lifetime of neglect. Reasons major is cost. Never been afraid of the dentist or pain. And I've had super severe pain in these teeth. If you get though it without infection, is the miracle worker you are.

Then, keeping a dead tooth intact is impossible. Once the nerve dies, the tooth starts to crumble and becomes like really old concrete.

All you can do is keep the mouth clean as possible every 24 hours at least. That's because of that plaque that forms from bacteria. If you can keep that down, you won't have pain.

However, teeth that have pieced themselves out over time, tend to move. Especially when eating. Right now I have a situation of an upper eye type tooth, left side, long, long, ago decayed away. What happened is I ate something and the gum tissue moving maybe, moved the still in the gum leftover, piece of tooth up.

I thought it was infection, but, know now it is not that. That jagged piece has moved like a needle stabbed into tissue, which, causes pain. There is no swelling, like an abscess. It is a tiny swollen as with a minor cut to cause inflammation.

I put tooth ache med on the area up to that mouth part, it's nearest where the front cheek and muscle area meet, it helps some. The Eugenol gark.

What has helped is the old fashioned take enough pain killer to kill yourself, if they find me in the morning they'll never believe it was suicide. Or end up with liver cancer caused by too much pain med.

This is not an infection pain, it is like someone cut the tissue up in there with a tiny knife, and that's the problem. I just have to wait till the body heals it.

One time I went to a dentist to get these teeth out, he would not. He recommended me to an oral surgeon, which I ended up going to costing around $700. The guy had to saw out the tooth it was so tough. My teeth are deep rooted and long.

Now a days, they are so bad I would have to be hospitalized and go that route. Can't do that. Cost.

One person here posted mind over body thing. Yes. Works. Our bodies heal, and better if it's not in pain. I have found just powering up the mind to control pain, and have had success for a very long time.

Maybe I have super high pain tolerance, I don't know. Right now I'm pumped on pain killer. That will keep inflammation down, and gradually I will adjust to the sensation. This time it was severe as I have ever encountered. I must have really bit down on something to cause it to move in the jaw like that. I usually don't have this type trouble.

Anyway this is my post. A lengthy pondering about me teeth. It does seem true that we are modern in every which way some, yet we live with 19th century teeth problems.

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my dentures are better than my natural teeth ! LOL !!!!

been there seen it and DONE IT as in extractions--all front teeth upper and lowers were disatatched from the jaw bone for years and fully functional without any problems..( I never had bleeding gums nothing)..until one day 1 or 2 shifted and bit me hard in the gums/ whatever- JUST like you described. WOW--then the fever started--
i was fortunate enough to be able to literally shop around until i found a dentist that in spite of being young had OLD TIME VALUES and understanding and a payment plan was worked out-impressions were made and 10 teeth were extracted and later on the dentures slapped in.
try and find someone similar and take care of this.
borrow money from a trusted friend,do what you have to do--
many fail to UNDERSTAND that after many years of dental pain,problems and suffering ,getting extractions and a decent set of dentures IS LIBERATING and healthier than mucking around with these teeth.
some are truly blessed and others simply have crappy DNA for dentation etc.

man of God

Your post made me cry sorry for your pain God bless you in take care.


I'm going through the exact same thing right now and I have tried everything! The only thing that helps is painkillers. Oragel numbs it for 3 minutes, maybe. The garlic does ease up the throbbing a tad, but not for very long at all. It's the most pain I have ever experienced in my life.

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