Patient Comments: Abscessed Tooth - Symptoms
What symptoms did you experience when you had an abscessed tooth?
A Doctor's View on Abscessed Tooth Symptoms
Read the Comment by Charles Patrick Davis, MD, PhD
Abscessed tooth symptoms include throbbing pain, swelling, fever, decreased appetite, bleeding, and sensitivity to heat and cold. A mass may develop along the gums that can be felt. Bacterial infections due to plaque, gingivitis, previous dental procedure, and tooth decay are common causes of an abscessed tooth. Read the entire Doctor's View
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