Tooth nerve damage is usually a result of a cavity that has progressed through the tooth into the nerve.
A broken or cracked tooth may cause a very painful toothache, especially if the inner pulp of the tooth is exposed.
That’s where the tooth’s blood vessels, nerve, and connective tissues are, and if that area becomes inflamed or infected, the pain can be excruciating.
While any damaged tooth needs to be seen and treated by a dentist, you can try some solutions for temporary pain relief while you wait to be seen.
Watch our for warning signs of tooth nerve damage, such as throbbing pain and biting sensitivity with tips from a dentist in this free video on dental health and oral hygiene.
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