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Customer: somewhat loose tooth no pain unless I push but when I drink cold water I get a nerve pain sensation under that tooth is it normal for nerve to radiate to other places
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Dental
Expert:  Stewart Shernan replied 1 year ago.

Hello there,

When a tooth causes significant pain it is not uncommon for the pain to radiate, causing an issue known as "referred pain". When this occurs it can be difficult for a person to determine the exact source of the pain. It sounds like, in your case, you know the tooth that is causing your pain.

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Be well,

Dr Shernan

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