Here's a weird one now.....I went to the dentist a few weeks' back, long overdue, and had a good 'clean' which was a good thing, as I'd not long started my quit and felt I deserved to at least have clean teeth to be going on with. However, over the last couple of days I have had an overwhelming desire to push my teeth out with my tongue, as they feel a bit sore and wobbly, even though they're not (wobbly). It's horrible. Sort of sore gums and the other night I felt like ripping my teeth out. Obviously, this would be a foolish thing to do, so I refrained, but it's not a good sensation, nevertheless... Since having my teeth cleaned, I have been taking care to floss and clean well, like a good girl, and have also been swilling a mouthwash around my newly clean and non-tobacco-stained teeth on a regular basis. Just wondered if anyone else has had similar feelings/sensations in their teeth and gums since quitting?