toothache

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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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Toothache is still one of the main problems that lead people to seek dental treatment, representing a substantial impact on public health.
Students with toothaches are almost four times as likely as healthy students to be doing poorly in school, according to a study in the September issue of APHA's American Journal of Public Health.
Hepar sulphuris (calcium sulfide): Toothaches due to dental abscesses.
The Question: How common are toothaches in children?
One ponders that as we see the fresh faces in Washington replace the bullheads who've been bottom-feeding for eight painful years, and one is full of hope that the replacements will do the right thing and serve the common good, but then we are the same people who planned to converse in French about toothaches, and that didn't happen either.
NEW YORK -- Oral pain is difficult to ignore; thus products to treat canker sores, toothaches and other painful conditions of the mouth are strong sellers in chain drug stores.
The latest North Tyneside Health Profile has recorded fewer toothaches for children, more elderly people being supported in their homes and fewer deaths or injuries from road accidents.
Fortunately, Philadelphia isn't exactly a hub of super-villain activity--there's Root Canal, who has the power to give people toothaches, and that's about it.
Pupils taking tests with toothaches are unlikely to score as well as those undistracted by pain:' In other words, we're unfairly expecting teachers and schools to administer tests before society has ensured adequate dental care for everyone.
Tobacco has also had a life as a remedy for toothaches and a tool of shamans.
Toothaches Toothache pain often seems worse at night because more blood goes to your head when you're lying down.
In between such visits, the use of our favorite herbal preparations, mouthwashes and toothpastes, as well as a little first aid in the temporary treatment of canker sores and toothaches, is a valuable addition to even the best care.