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My  bottom front tooth is paining from last 2 to 3 days...is it serious...should I visit a dentist nearby
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Go to dental clinic asap,the cause of pain should be determined.
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Kindly do consult dental surgeon,and know the cause fr pain,take IOPA to examine any infection in periapical region..
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You should consult a doctor online or offline. Their may be some infection which is causing pain. So consult doctor and get your treatment as soon as possible, because delay can cause more problems. And to know the exact reason x ray and physical examination of that area is required.
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Delay may cause many complications. Do visit dentist to elicit the reason behind this symptom and get help with treatment at its initial stage.
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You should consult nearby dentist without any delay. To know the condition of that tooth one simple x ray is required. After proper diagnosis and medication get your treatment done as soon as possible. 😊
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Tooth pain can be caused by many reasons like tooth decay, damaged filling, tooth fracture, infected gums etc. Some toothaches may come from temporary gum irritation. But serious tooth pain needs treatment by a dental professional to resolve the pain and whatever problem is causing it. Please attach the photograph of the concerned tooth and give the detailed history of pain.
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Visit the dentist for definite clinical evaluation and treatment.
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Brush and floss at least twice a day. Maintain good oral hygiene.
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Could be gingivitis,periodontal or caries.was any trauma?is opposing tooth hitting hard on them?pain subsides after cause known and treatment.checkup require
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