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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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A statement from the Dental Law Partnership said the decay had become worse over time, which led to the broken fillings and toothache.
The woman had gone to the hospital only because she had a toothache but the family received her body.'
Patient identified as Asmat Junejo had gone to the Sindh Government Hospital for treatment of toothache. There, however, a doctor, with the help of three other officers allegedly drugged, subdued, and raped her, and then poisoned her.
Toothache symptoms can be caused by a problem that does not originate from a tooth or the jaw.
Then in 2012, Harriet's toothache returned for a third time.
After suffering from toothache, the woman went to the dentist's in Farshot village in Qena governorate.
The 56-year-old grandad, whose toothache was giving him grief, decided to have a flutter and put on an accumulator at the bookies.
This study, which is the fourth article in a series, deals with the plants used to treat toothache.
IGNORING the persistent throbbing of toothache can lead to more damage.
These include dehydration, poor posture, sensitivity to foods or smells, eyestrain, toothache, earache or even missed sleep can trigger them.
He said oral problems like toothache and other mouth-related ailments are the leading conditions among evacuees next to respiratory tract infection based on daily disease monitoring.