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#11700 7-Feb-2007 03:56
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it is 4.00am why does toothache cause so much grief


anyone got a solution for toothache, second nite in a row


Have the dentist this afternoon

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#59935 7-Feb-2007 06:37
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Clove oil will give you some short term relief. Do you know what's causing the pain?

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#59979 7-Feb-2007 12:13
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Why don't you just go ahead and rip that sucker out. Will save you a lot of money and you'll never have that tooth bother you again.

Or you could try lots of extra strength Panadol

 
 
 
 


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  #59986 7-Feb-2007 12:34
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Your visit to the dentist this afternoon is paying for the dentist and family to fly to Disneyland later this year

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  #59987 7-Feb-2007 12:40
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1 hour 40 mins and i am doing what brad said and the sucker comes out

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#60152 8-Feb-2007 15:08
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a glass of whisky follow that will help kill any germs to get into your gum. Will definitely help you sleep too. Laughing




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#60172 8-Feb-2007 21:06
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I'm probably going to have at least one impacted tooth extracted this year, as soon as I pluck up the courage. Still, it shouldn't be as bad as the wisdom tooth extractions that I had done a couple of years ago.

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  #60176 8-Feb-2007 21:45
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I used to moonlight as security, and had 2 x wisdom teeth badly cracked in an altercation. The half fell out within weeks, and they remainder was painfully removed...







 
 
 
 


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  #60211 9-Feb-2007 09:18
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I had all wisdom teeth remove at the same time, in Thailand.. have to eat non solid food for 2 days.. I was due to come to New Zealand when one of my wisdom tooth played up. My dentist thought that was wise thing to do.




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