Monthly Archives: September 2013


What Causes…. Toothache

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September 28th 2013

Toothache can be from a live tooth or one that is dead or dying and in each scenario the cause may be different. In general I would recommend an over-the-counter painkiller as an immediate treatment for toothache and then a visit to the dentist to determine exactly the cause of the toothache after which the correct treatment can be carried out and the pain relieved.

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What Causes…. Sensitive Teeth

September 14th 2013


Tooth sensitivity occurs when the outside layer of the tooth is compromised and the dentine underneath is exposed. This can result in anything from mild discomfort to a sharp, sudden, shooting pain and is triggered by a range of factors including eating or drinking something hot or cold, sweet or sour or it can be as simple as just breathing in cold air.

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