toothache


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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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"I have got an attack of toothache," she said, abruptly, to an elderly man who stood behind the counter.
"Have you got something for your toothache, my dear?"
"I thought he 'd get enough of our candy," laughed Polly; and then they fell asleep, leaving Tom to the delights of toothache and the tender mercies of kind old grandma.
Tristan Perry, a salesman, suffered years of "excruciating" toothache, several broken teeth - and even had a broken piece of a dental instrument left behind in a tooth.
Tristan Perry, a commercial vehicle salesman, suffered years of "excruciating" toothache, several broken teeth - and even had a broken piece of a dental instrument left behind inside a tooth.
According to local news channel reports, the woman patient identified as Asmat Junejo had come seeking help for toothache, and the government hospital Korangi No.
Asmat Khanejo, a resident of Ibrahim Hyderi, had gone to the Sindh Government Hospital Korangi complaining of toothache last week.
Summary: The 22-year-old Asma has gone to the hospital for treatment of toothache
KARACHI -- The wrong injection for toothache injected by doctor took out the life of a 26-year old Ismat at Sindh Government Hospital, Korangi 5, Karachi.
As the decay gets larger, it may cause signs and symptoms such as toothache, tooth sensitivity, mild to sharp pain when eating or drinking something sweet, hot or cold and a visible holes or pits in the teeth.
But she needed to return the following month when the terrible toothache failed to go away.
They said pain from toothache, especially in children, becomes unbearable and therefore it's pragmatic to have emergency sections for dental problems at health centres and hospitals.