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Usually, by compromised breathing they mean that some part of your airway is starting to swell.

 

Like, if you broke your nose banging your head on the wall :hihi:

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I'd say being in pain is making you panic, compromising your breathing. - nudge nudge

 

Seriously? If you say that to 111 an ambulance will be sent, do you really think thats appropriate for toothache?

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I had some horrendous tooth pain a few months back due to an abscess, the only thing that would subside the pain was co-codamol an ibuprofen together. Paracetamol barely did anything!

 

Some private dentists have emergency 24 hour on call, the dentists that I use has one - http://www.occudentaldentist.co.uk - there's a link for emergency dental care on there.

 

 

Good luck, dental pain is by far the worst!

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If your in pain then it's an emergency, your not abusing anything.

Good luck

 

Except that there are no dentists available in A&E and the OP will be told to ring 111 for an emergency dentist.

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If your in pain then it's an emergency, your not abusing anything.

Good luck

 

nope, they will tell him tooth pain is not an emergency an to see his dentist

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I thought i would look this up, i dont think tooth ache comes under this.

 

http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/emergency

 

Its not, i was in the same predicament....an they told me just toothache is not an emergency, unless they is other things going on like, swollen face, fever ect ect....

I found a dentist up dore that did emergency treatment, went same morning an had it pulled.

I sympathize with him, toothache is a horrendous pain

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