Does Tooth Deep Cleaning Hurt?

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Yes, tooth deep cleaning does hurt. The dentist, however, does numb the mouth and the gums with a local anesthesia. This helps relieve some of the pain, pressure, and tension. Deep tooth cleaning is an intricate process, which removes plaque and other foreign elements from the teeth.
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I am about to have this done as well. They are going to give me a local anastetic. Just be brave and remember 1. you are doing what you need to do and 2. how good your mouth is going
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During the deep cleaning, you should suggest the dentist if they can numb
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A rotted tooth hurts because the hard enamal covering the inner nerve has either softened or been stripped away. This allows infection, pressure and temperature differences to trigger
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Not much to it. A carefully curated list of RSS feeds, some private communities that also find good stuff, and good friends that know my tastes. I used to do more web dumpster-diving
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