Having a Tooth Out

Lots o’ fun. The bigger the tooth, the more needles and freezing used. To the point that it takes a week or more for freezing to move out the area affected. One may not feel pain for a few days after. Ibuprofen/Advil works/seems to penetrate more than Tylenol with mouth/tooth pain. Have to use ice packs periodically, too. Whatever you do, leave the area clot alone. You don’t want to lose it–very painful if you do. Because mouth/tooth pain are located in the head, close to the brain, this kind of pain can be more intense than those elsewhere.

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