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Feeling severe pain when

Feeling severe pain in teeth when i drink something cold but no issue with hot drinks like tea coffee or milk .
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It could be due to a cavity in the tooth. .might require a filling or desensitizing agent..A clinical co- relation and X ray will confirm the diagnosis. .and accordingly the treatment plan. .
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There might be cavity in your teeth, initially it pains on having cold only, later it will give you problems on hot foodstuff too. Kindly get yourself treated
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Hi .. be the one to understand that bearing pain will not help. Dental pain is one of the worst pain which cannot tried upon by home remedies, homeopathy, ayurveda or even allopathy...
Its simple reason why you see so many dental clinics.. we all here to solve your pain... understand.  Keep faith and get treatment ... regards. Dr amit ku. Bengaluru.
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Dr. Ankur mehrotra Kanpur | Endodontist
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Dental pain can be due to many reasons....The cause can be told after proper clinical and radiographic examination.....so consult your nearby dentist and don't take dental pain lightly.....
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Hello dear
No dental pain should be avoided see the nearest dentist to you.earlier u visit the less trouble u will be in.
Take care
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This is typical dental pain, there might be any decayed tooth or may be gum recession. But examination is very much needed to look for the cause. Visit a dentist, before it becomes unbearable.
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