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dental pain

Pain in the oral area, which, in general, may be of two origins. Soft tissue pain may be acute or chronic, and a burning pain is due to surface lesions and usually can be discretely localized; pulpal pain or tooth pain varies according to whether it is acute or chronic, but it is often difficult to localize.
See also: pain
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Although a relatively small percentage--approximately 4 percent--of our sample missed school as a result of dental pain or infection, it is important to consider the gravity of the effects on school attendance along with school performance," they wrote.
Acute dental pain is one of those situations where you have very little to lose, except a bit of time, and much to gain from our medicine.
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My children and I are not currently suffering any dental pain, but surely the emphasis is on prevention rather than treatment once problems appear.