There are many causes of dental neuralgia, including.
Endodontic diseases, such as caries, pulpitis, and wedge-shaped defects.
Periodontal diseases, such as chronic periodontitis.
Jaw bone diseases, such as septic jaw bone osteomyelitis, etc.
In addition, some systemic diseases, such as leukemia involving the pulp cavity, can also present symptoms of dental neuralgia. Therefore, the exact cause needs to be further examined at the Department of Dentistry.
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