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toothache

a pain in or about a tooth
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toothache

[′tü‚thāk]
(medicine)
Pain in or about a tooth. Also known as odontalgia.
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The adjusted probability of a refill appeared to decrease with increasing initial prescription duration for some conditions (e.g., back pain with radiculopathy, nephrolithiasis, or dental pain), whereas for other conditions, the adjusted probability of a refill remained relatively constant regardless of the amount initially prescribed (e.g., joint pain or nonradicular back pain) (Table 2).
Dentists have raised concerns about the impact conditions such as dental pain, oral sepsis and extensive tooth decay are having on older people's quality of life.
Later on, with my exposure to dentists who had all but eliminated dental pain with more effective anesthetics and more sophisticated instruments, my phobia may have eased somewhat, but it never left completely.
Other results and analysis symptoms were facial pain, halitosis, anosmia/hyposmia, fatigue, fever, epistaxis, cough and dental pain (Table 4).
Untreated dental caries generally leads to dental pain. Although dental pain can seriously affect peoples' daily life, negatively affecting quality of life, few epidemiological studies on oral health include questions on dental pain.
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Experiment 1 sought to compare the relative effects of priming either Ebola or an aversive control topic (i.e., dental pain) on the relationship between extrinsic religiousness and national-security concerns.
The second group wrote an essay about a time they experienced dental pain. Then the groups were presented with the scenario of being 65 and retiring.
PPS said prisoner Ibrahim Abu Mustafa, 36, from Khan Younes, incarcerated in Eshel prison, has been suffering from multiple health problems, including heart convulsions, elevated cholesterol, peptic ulcer, gallstones, and dental pain, in addition to other neurological problems.
About 46 per cent of the workers were suffering from dental pain. Severe dental problems were found in 44 per cent of the workers, who required dental extractions, whereas close to 30 per cent of workers had missing teeth requiring fixing or removable dental prostheses.
| If you are suffering from dental pain you can contact the emergency dental helpline on 029 20 444 500 which is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
When it comes to dental pain, the root canal pain is usually so severe and throbbing that it interferes with the daily activities of patients and even deprive them from having adequate sleep.