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Old 01-14-2015, 02:33 PM
 
Location: North Texas
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Rule out the obvious: popcorn kernels is the #1 culprit. Those slippery little baisteges would worm their way under the doors of Ft. Knox if they thought there might be a human gumline beneath them. Once they do, all aych ee double-hockey-sticks will break loose. Then rule out chicken bone or fish bone splinters, tiny little nut shell remnants, or even just having one bristle on your toothbrush sticking out funny and hitting that spot all the time and irritating it.

If any of those things are going on, they'll irritate it for as short a period as 15-20 minutes after they wedged themselves under the gumline, til a couple days later when they finally wriggle themselves back out again.
I floss and use a water pik, so there shouldn't be any food trapped there!
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Old 01-14-2015, 06:08 PM
 
Location: In a house
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I floss and use a water pik, so there shouldn't be any food trapped there!
Well you know there's only one option left then - clearly you have a sigrimillera of the eustacian tube, and will need to have an earendectomy.






(I don't know what's wrong - but figured at this point you could use a giggle)
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Old 02-12-2015, 05:55 PM
 
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There is a little more than that when you have so much pain after the seating of the crown.It is hard to diagnose only on the symptoms only,but looks like you have a serious imflamation that might not be reversible. If your bite is not "off"(high) than root canal is the answer,.Grinding ,unless severe,has no role in the symptoms you are describing.
Radiogrph (xray)will not be conclusive and will not help in early stages of irreversible pulpitis.
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