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toothache

a pain in or about a tooth

toothache

[′tü‚thāk]
(medicine)
Pain in or about a tooth. Also known as odontalgia.
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Researchers found that school absences caused by dental pain or infection were significantly related to parents' reports of poor school performance, though absences related to routine dental care were not.
Of those tweets, 83 percent were primarily categorized as a general statement of dental pain, 22 percent as an action taken or contemplated, and 15 percent as describing an impact on daily activities.
A snapshot of the global therapeutic scenario for Dental Pain.
8220;Poor dental hygiene and chronic dental pain leads to lost school hours, problems eating and inadequate nutrition.
A number of studies have reported that dental pain exerts considerable impact on the psycho-social wellbeing of children [Shepherd et al.
Stronger and Effective for Longer Versus Standard Paracetamol Tablets, as Shown in a Dental Pain Study[sup.
According to Oregon's Smile Survey, students lost 16,000 school hours in 2007 due to dental pain.
The discovery could lead to a new generation of intranasal drugs for noninvasive treatment for dental pain, migraine, and other conditions, the scientists suggest in American Chemical Society's bi-monthly journal Molecular Pharmaceutics.
But in the case of dental pain, you are on your own.
Since discovering just how debilitating pain can be - in my case dental pain - I've looked with new eyes at those around me.
Many practices across Teesside will treat people with one-off chronic dental pain or add patients to a waiting list.
Global Markets Direct's, 'Dental Pain - Pipeline Review, H1 2012', provides an overview of the Dental Pain therapeutic pipeline.