Hey there Ashley! I have been looking on the internet to find anyone that has been experiences pain like I have since a dental procedure. Yours in the one that most closely mimics my symptoms.
I have had three weeks of severe ear pain and been unable to open my mouth fully since having a filling replaced. The DDS has downplayed the entire event telling me to take large doses of ibuprofen that it is normal swelling. Following my visit to her I have seen another DDS, chiropractor, ER doc and an ENT. The final diagnosis...the DDS hit a nerve.
In the meantime, I am in such constant pain that I do not feel I can go to work or take care of my toddler. Hope your situation continues to improve!-Your pal from the Northwest
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