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    Hi Anyone,

    I basically wanted to see if anyone knew what caused this (i have a vague idea) and how to stop it, if possible.

    Its difficult to explain but basically my right cheek on the inside of my mouth is INCREDIBLY sore because its constantly rubbing against my upper back molars, to the point where i now have a pretty deep feeling groove in my cheek where the molars rest.

    Its ok most of the time but as soon as i start chewing i can feel the sharp edges of my teeth rasping against my cheek, and its really painful..

    I'm guessing its something to do with the teeth being tilted outwards which is why they keep catching (duh), but it only started in the last 2 years or so, and has never been quite this noticeable.

    I wondered if anyone else had ever had this and how they dealt with it. :confused:

    Yes i know you will probably say go to a dentist, but at the moment i can't as i'm living in Paris until June and can't afford to pay for a check up, let alone treatment. So i'll have to wait until at least Christmas. :mad:
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    Not much you can do except go see a dentist!

    Why have you waited two years?
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    (Original post by Ice_Queen)
    Not much you can do except go see a dentist!

    Ugh well i'll book something for when i get back to England..; Damn not having an NUS dentist and the private ones silly high fees...

    Why have you waited two years?
    I didn't wait two years, it kinda started two years ago but its never been more than something i notice every now and again and think 'huh, that's weird'. But now it hurts
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    (Original post by mother_eve3088)
    I didn't wait two years, it kinda started two years ago but its never been more than something i notice every now and again and think 'huh, that's weird'. But now it hurts
    Ouch Well I don't know what to say then
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    The dentists might pull out your molar.
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    (Original post by Casshern1456)
    The dentists might pull out your molar.
    Think it may be two of them side by side causing it...

    Could it be because my wisdom teeth are growing through?
 
 
 
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