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So, for a few years now I've had a particular tooth that always seems to hurt whenever I eat sweets like chocolate, or whenever I poke it around the bottom.
I've never really understood why, I thought maybe it was just the gums, but I can't really examine the tooth because it's actually crowded to the point where the 2 teeth around it make it difficult to look at the top of it.
I've had braces before, but I didn't wear my retainers and so now I have some minor crowding.
I had a dental visit recently and she didn't notice anything, but I didn't bring it up and it occurs to me that maybe she couldn't see it?