7 Most Painful Dental Conditions Ever How They Will Kill You
These are the seven most painful dental conditions ever. After watching this, you'll be scared shitless about your next trip to the dentist. Number 7: Dental AbscessA dental abscess is an infection inside the tooth or the gums that's filled with pus.If not treated properly, it has the potential to turn deadly. While there are a few differenttypes of abscesses, they generally all have similar symptoms. The pain involved with an abscess usuallystarts off mild, but can quickly become extremely painful. The pain has been described as athrobbing or shooting sensation. The area in question will also swell up turn red.In more extreme cases, the abscess may spread
to the bones tissue near the teeth, whichcould cause swelling in the face or lymph glands on the neck. The pain will then spreadto the side of the face near the toothache. If a severe abscess were to go untreated,it could eventually spread internally to tissues muscles near the infected area. This spreadcan lead to a dangerous condition known as Ludwig's angina, or an infection occuringon the floor of the mouth. This disease can be deadly as it often restricts necessaryairways. In fact, the name â€œanginaâ€� is derived from the Greek word â€œankhon,â€�meaning â€œstrangling.â€� In addition to feelings of being strangled, the face, neck, headwill also become infected.
It is even possible for people to die froman abscess. Famous fashion designer notorious Nazi supporter Hugo Boss died from a toothabcess in 1948. A 12yearold boy named Deamonte Driver died from a tooth abscess as well whenit spread to his brain. Despite two operations six weeks in the , his life couldnot be saved. The same thing happened in 2011 to 24yearold Kyle Willis when the infectionspread to his brain caused it to swell. In the cases of both Driver Willis, a delayin treatment was due to the fact that neither of them had health insurance. Number 6: Periodontal Gum DiseasePeriodontal gum disease is the result when
gingivitis goes untreated. It appears as inflammation infection around the tooth when severe enough, can cause tooth loss damage to yourbone structure. Once your gums are infected, they begin pulling away from the tooth. Thisspace allows bacteria to form underneath the gums. It'll then progress by badly damagingthe bone structure under the gums usually results in teeth falling out or being removedif not treated properly. Symptoms of periodontal gum disease includesensitive teeth, bleeding gums, swollen gums, loose teeth, painful chewing. It is oftenthe result of smoking, hormonal changes, or a byproduct of other diseases such as diabetesor even AIDS.
Number 5: EdentulismEdentulism is a condition in which one is either completelyâ€”or at least partiallyâ€”toothless.It affects an estimated 158 million people worldwide. As we all can suspect, losing one's teethcan be very problematic. Teeth serve many basic yet important functions such as chewingfood, maintaining speech, supporting your facial structure. Teeth also allow humansto break their food down in a manner that is more digestible through a process knownas mastication. As a result, malnutrition is a very possible side effect, which mayadditionally have a domino effect. Weight
loss, constipation, arthritis have beenknown to occur as well. In the most extreme cases of edentulism, the condition has evenbeen connected to more serious sometimes lifethreatening diseases such as Parkinson'sdisease, heart problems, even cancer. Number 4: TMJ ConditionsTemporomandibular joint dysfunction, or TMJ, describes a condition in which three importantparts of the mouth experience pain: the muscles that move the jaw, the muscles of mastication, the temporomandibular joints (which connect the mandible to the skull). If left untreated,TMJ conditions can become chronic quite painful.
5 Weird Ways To Cure A Headache
You don't need a PhD to cure an HEADache! Let's talk about that. â™ª (theme music) â™ª Good! Mythical! Morning! All right. If you've got a headache, you've come to the right place. I don't. If you don't have a headache but you getheadaches, well, you've still come to the right place. And if you don't have aheadache and you never get a headache, then keep that to yourself! I mean, we live in the real world, okayé
Yeah! And headaches happen. And sometimes you don't want to use a traditional method to cure said headache, Why be traditionalé but you still want to get rid of it. Sometimes you just wanna go on the internet and find ways that people have said you can get rid of headaches and justtry 'em out one after the other. That's what we're gonna do today! Yeah! (Rhett) Let's get weird with it!Curing a headache. All right, in order to cure a headache, you have to first have a headache.
Do you have a headacheé No. Do you have a headacheé I do not have a headache. Let's get headaches! Here's how we're gonna do that. It's a threepronged attack. We are gonna have some loud noises, which is basically Chase and Stevie banging some pots and pans. We have some strong smells. We've got twobottles of perfume, one from He Who Shall Not Be Named, and also the other from Britney Spears, both equally terrible, we have been told. And we're gonna be eating Stilton cheese, because it supposedly contains chemicals that areknown to bring on migraines.
Oh goodness, reallyé And I like cheese! I don't like blue cheese. All right, bring it in. Let's induce these headaches. Now, I know that perfume always gives mea headache, so I don't even have to eat this nasty cheese. (Rhett) Oh, but you do need to do it. I mean, I just walked through that department store (coughs) Oh, gosh! That's horrible! You gotta Go for it! Go! Don't hold back on me. (banging) Get some! Eat some! Oh, you sprayed it in my eye!
Ah! (more banging) Okay! OKAY! I'm starting to get one a little bit. You sprayed perfume into my eye. I mean, I got perfume in my eye, Sorry! (laughs) I got perfume on my hand. I got perfume on the cheese. Want a little bit moreé Little moreé Yeah, just one more time. Round two. Have some more cheese, Link. (banging)
I'm not eating more of that cheese. Are you getting a headacheé Yeah. Okay, my head's hurting. It is hurting. Okay, you can stop! It's hurting. Success! And I'm gonna attribute (slurs) most of that to the perfume. (mocking) Moth of that! Oh goodness, the perfume! (coughs) All right. Oh, dude, I got one. It's lodged right between behind my right eye now. Yeah, it's back behind. it went up the nose and it's behind the eyes. (chuckles) Everyone in the studio is covering up their noses. You know whaté