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    I have a fairly strong pain when I drink anything on one side of my mouth. This has gotten worse over the last day. I think I may need to go to the dentist later this week.

    On the other side of my mouth, I feel a sensitivity whenever I each chocolate for some reason...

    And not to long ago, I had a root canal done on another of my teeth.

    I don't understand why I get so many problems with my teeth when I brush them religiously every day.

    Suggestions/advice?
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    If it helps, you're not alone. I brush my teeth twice a day, just as I should, yet I've ALWAYS had tooth problems and it really angers me because my dentist will look at me as if I never brush and I do!!

    Every single time I go for a check up I need fillings or something. I don't even eat that much sweet stuff, no more than an average person.
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    I'm exactly the same, I take really good care of my teeth yet I still get so many cavities! Just bad luck I guess
 
 
 
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