Weybridge dentists offer best treatment and advice for barodontalgia
Commonly known as tooth squeeze, barodontalgia is a pain in the tooth caused by atmospheric changes in pressure. The most common sufferers of this pain in the teeth or tooth squeeze are; scuba divers, military and commercial pilots, and frequent flyers due to the dramatic changes in the pressure they deal with in the air or in the sea. The pain most commonly secedes when re-entering normal ambient pressure levels, however in some cases it does persist and a referral to a dental specialist may be required. Barodontalgia is also a common symptom of dental diseases and oral pathologies such as pulp necrosis, mucous retention cysts and inflamed mandible cysts. All the information about barodontalgia can be found at a Weybridge dentistry practice.