Told Had Tooth Infection Needed Root Canal Now Waiting For Crown I Can T Bite Down Without Pain

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I feel like my bite has been affected let alone I can't chew on that side of my mouth. I'm also told my wisdom tooth will need to be pulled which is right next to crown awaiting tooth. I feel like from this point on my mouth will not feel Normal again.

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David Says:

Hi Driver,

Sorry to hear about your tooth pain. Dental related pain always seems to be some of the most concerning, since it's in such a sensitive area. Have you talked to your dentist about prescribing any sort of pain reliever (such as Hydrocodone + Acetaminophen) to help alleviate most of the pain in the mean time, so you can at least enjoy your food? It just may be that you have to have more of a liquid diet until the procedure is said and done.

As far as the infection goes, I personally suggest looking into a natural remedy like 100% pure therapeutic grade Clove Essential Oil. It's known for being used in dental offices for treating various dental issues, including alleviating tooth aches (anaesthetic/pain relieving properties) and fighting infections (antibacterial, antimicrobial, and antifungal properties). This option can be much cheaper than a prescription and "in my opinion" is more effective since you're not only treating the tooth, but you're also doing your body a favor with all the antioxidants present in cloves. Furthermore these antioxidants can act to build up your immune system over time if used regularly in a capsule; and you may not have to worry about another tooth infection for quite some time. If you are interested in taking it, you should be able to find clove oil for anywhere between $10-$20 for a good brand. Pure Vanilla Extract is also great for numbing tooth pain and killing infections. :)

I hope this advice helps!

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