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Where does the pain seem to originate? Is the left and right component to your pain symmetrical? Does the pain go up both sides at the same time or one side and later another? Does anything seem to make the pain worse such as hot or cold things, biting down, eating sweet things, opening your mouth wide? Any information along these lines will help me.Thank you again for trusting us with your problem. Please reply as soon as possible so that we can finish answering your question.
pain is symmetrical. i have been taking tersi foam for my face. could that be the problem?
Pain is constant. Hot or cold doesn't matter.
Thanks for the additional information. Symmetrical pain is not of dental origin. This well could be a result of the medication you are taking. See:
Look down the page under side effects. On a more remote chance this could be of neurological origin and a consult from a neurologist might be in order.
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George McKee DDS