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Suffering from both jaw pain and too much sensation in all the teeth. There is no cavity.

9 Doctors Answered
It could be a result of a traumatic bite.Go to your dentist and check if a nightguard is required.
What you are suffering from is called as tmd or temperomandibular joint dysfunction. Due to excessive friction between your teeth during chewing. Check you tube for Dr. Nicks videos you will have a better idea.
Apply desensitizing paste n consult a doctor
Madam, when are you suffering from jaw pain? When it is closed or when it is open? Are you able to sleep well in the night? You may be suffering from TMD. If you come to our clinic we can help you solve this problem.However we will need to examine you and your Xrays too. Since you don't have cavities I suggest you take take a pain killer to give relief of pain. Take tablet Arflur-P three times a day for 5 days. That may help you ease the pain.
You are probably from hyper sensitivity .The only home remedy is desentising paste colgarte pro sensitivity relief or sensodyne .Latest is A strip from crest probably available on line .I will advise you to visit dental surgeon if this does not improve .For jaw pain the reason has to be find out . In case of emergency you can take combiflam tab as and when required .
Do a Dental check up first. Cavities in upper last molars and caries in between the teeth are usually not visible(Proximal caries).
U might be having attrition or abrasion of teeth / gingival recession. Enamel loss causes sensitivity.
May be tmj problem .Go for detail chek up with x ray like opg.
If you have generalized sensitivity then you need a desensitizing toothpaste like Sesodyne or Colgate prorelief with a soft brush. Kindly visit the dentist to evaluate exact cause of pain.
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