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BDS, FCPS, FDS RCSEd (UK), MOrth RCSEd (UK), American Ambassador of Orthodontics, International Faculty of Royal College London, Glasgow & Edinburgh (UK)
BDS, DDCS (England), MJDF, GDC (England)
B.D.S., C-Implants, C- Ortho
BDS, C-Ortho, C-Implants
BDS, R.D.S, MSc, MDTFED, C-ortho, C-Implant
B.D.S, R.D.S, C.G.D
BDS, FCPS (Operative Dentistry)
A toothache is pain that occurs in or around a tooth. The pain originates from within a tooth or the surrounding gum and bone structures. Toothache pain is usually felt as a constant that does not go away. A toothache can be stimulated by temperature changes such as exposure to cold drinks or pressure on the tooth while chewing.