read your note of Nov 22 to the person with a bruised tooth. Are you a health professional of any kind? Have you had any kind of training? You can certainly bruise a tooth, the same way you can bruise any other bone, and it is normally excruciatingly painful. It is different than a bruised muscle. But, because i see you are interested in yoga and "alternative" medicine, you probably dismiss actual scientific fact out of hand. In the future, perhaps you should leave medical advice to professionals. i certainly hope that person will ignore your "sage wisdom" and seek treatment from a trained, licensed professional. otherwise they will be in pain for a long time to come.
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