constant shock waves of pain in gums and teeth in the bottom row, after cold wind blew on my teeth, used to occur when i was a kid, first time happening in years, been 3 days

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  • cheryl hendricks

    cheryl hendricks 05 - December - 2012, at 11:00 AM

  • Sounds to me like trigeminal neuralgia also. I have that and had to have surgery. This is a good website.

  • Dr.Ritz

    Dr.Ritz 04 - December - 2012, at 03:00 AM

  • It sounds like it could possibly be Trigeminal Neuralgia.Trigeminal Neuralgia is usually a benign but debilitating disorder where electric shock-like pain is triggered by laughing, chewing, brushing your teeth or even touching the face.You need to seek the care of a specialist to help you get the proper diagnosis.My advice is for you to seek out an endodontist; endodontist are specialists at diagnosing pain (either related to teeth or nondental pain).  The endodontist will be able check out your front teeth and make sure it's not a dental problem and then treat or refer you accordingly. For trigeminal neuralgia along with alcohol injections there are ther options ike oral medication and the surgery. For detailed info on trigeminal neuralgia you can visit the following link on our website....

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