The pain is in the front tooth and there is no sign of a cavity
DONSELLERS; Please get into a dentist as soon as you can this could easy be root damage that only a dentist can find out Really this is good sign pain prior to damage to the tooth and the only one that can help is the dentist. You sure don't want to have the tooth breakout of nowhere.
I agree with Chuck.
It's hard to imagine but pain is our body telling us something is wrong.
You could have a cavity that is deep in the tooth but there is a small cavity on the outside.
You could have nerve involvement. It's usually an unexplained bad pain.
It could be referred Pain from somewhere else that follows the nerve.
I'm not a dentist so I'm just guessing.
You NEED to see a dentist because if it's nerve it's not going to go away.
You need to go to the dentist and have an x-ray taken.
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