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Mouth Pain

Hello, for around 6 months I have had pain in my front upper teeth/gums, I went to my regular dentist a few days after this started. The dentist took x-rays, he said he could not find anything wrong, I have been back since and have had my teeth cleaned, I told him I am still having mouth pain. I went to another dentist with this problem, he did a examination, did not seem to find anything wrong. I am at my wits end with this, my symptoms are, the front upper teeth and gums are sore, palate close to the teeth is sore at times, even my tongue feels sore sometime. I have worn a night guard for several years, the dental hygenist suggested stress is causing this? Thanks in advance for your answer.
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The first thing that comes to mind is the possibility that your bite is causing this. Obviously I can not diagnosis it from this forum but I would certainly look into the fact that there may be trauma from your lower front teeth. If you get no satisfaction from the dentist it might be a good idea to see a periodontist.
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Look up Glossodynia burning mouth syndrome
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