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Tooth and Jaw Pain
I am having lots of pain in the area of my front teeth.  It's a throbbing pain that is so bad I can't sleep at night.  I can't tell for sure which tooth is the problem because the whole bottom front area hurts.  It is not sensitive to touch or hot/cold.  It is a throbbing pain and feels like it is inside the gums.  Any ideas what could be the problem?
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It probably a cavity growing in the tooth causing some pain or it could possibly be a gum problem.  It would be best to have it checked out by a dentist to see what the cause of the problem is and to resolve it.

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