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Parasite inside rotted tooth???


Hey all,

About a year ago, one of my upper molars split in half, and per the dentist ("it's starting to drop").
I noticed what was was "rot" inside of there and one day decided to snap a picture. Originally it was difficult to make out what the "rot" was, so i became more adept at angling the camera, adjusting resolution, etc.

The short version is, there is some "creature" that seems stuffed inside of the rotted tooth. There appears to be a web of sticky saliva that it's trapped under, but it looks like a little mouse I have multiple pics I can send. You can see the face, an even what appears to be claws. There also appears to be a work-like creature wrapped around it. I kept thinking it was in my mind, but as I upgraded camera phones yesterday) I can see it clear as day.

I have searched and searched but cannot find ANY evidence of this...and THAT is what scares the heck out of me....as I have pictures I can upload that show it plain as day. Yes, I am going to the dentist...but curious if you guys have ever heard of anything like it. As noted, I am happy to share pictures with you. I warn you though, they are shocking. I have good dental hygiene, and at 45 never had a problem with a tooth until now.

Please advice on what I can do (aside from going to the dentist) which is in a few days. I want this thing OUT.
 

 
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