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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References in classic literature ?
"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.
Toothaches are one of the leading reasons that people visit the dental clinic.
KISSING a frog is a well known fairy tale but according to new research, it was believed putting one in your mouth cured toothaches.
2 It can lead to plaque build-up Unresolved toothaches can create a build-up of plaque - producing bacteria on your teeth and gums.
It can help relieve toothaches due to its antibacterial and analgesic properties.
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?
I would say that there were too few 'toothaches' at the recent exhibition of the Charm of Horror.
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.