Invisible Cracks: Why Your Toothache Might Be Difficult To Diagnose
It's hardly a mystery if a tooth with an untreated cavity begins to hurt. You can see the cause and are experiencing the outcome. This pain will be dull, more-or-less constant, and will invariably become worse without treatment. But sometimes the cause of a toothache can be puzzling. The tooth appears to be totally intact, without any gum inflammation at its base. What's more, your pain is erratic—sometimes it's excruciating, and sometimes it's barely there.