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Intense pain in tooth
From last 2days i m having intense pain in my teeth 2last in left side of mouth (lower) As their is my semester exams are going on so i m not able to have a RCT . Plz sujjest me what to .. how much does single visit RCT COST .. PLZ REPLY ASAP
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hello, you can do warm salt water rinses at home as a home remedy. but this will only give temporary relief from pain. you need to visit the dentist and get the treatment done as soon a s possible. Depending on the case the dentist will be able to tell you if single visit RCT is possible or not.
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its better to get it evaluated from a dentist because pain could be because of following reasons:- 1- 3rd molar pain 2- any carious tooth. if its a 3rd molar pain then you might have to get it extracted, but if the pain is because of some carious tooth then you have to undergo RCT . But if you are busy then you can take antibiotics and pain killers after consulting a doctor so that the infection subsides and you get a relief for time being.
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hi, your ongoing condition is because of persistent cavity in that tooth. Single visit RCT can cost you from 4k to 8k depending upon your dentist's specialisation.
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you can take antibiotic course of 3 days along with pain killers. if there is severe pain you can take KETOROL-DT in half a glass of water.
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There is nothing to be worried about and dont panic. Avoid very hot drinks or food.
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Hello, If the RCT is done by a specialist it may cost you around 4k-6k,depending on the condition of the tooth.Visit an Endodontist ASAP. Regards Dr Sumanmakam
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Hi, you have an acute inflammation or abscess. I think you should see your dentist and ask for an emergency root canal opening and drainage of infection along with analgesics and antibiotics only if needed. It is not ideal to prescribe meds online without having a chance to examine you or knowing your history. Till you get to a dentist, you could just take an over the counter pain killer. An emergency opening shouldn't take more than 15 minutes so it shouldn't take much of your study time. Single sitting RCT might not be the best idea when there is an acute infection like in your case and I'd suggest a two sitting RCT Cost of RCT: Vary: 2500 - 6000 depending upon technique, experience and skill of the dentist.
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Some antibiotics and pain killers might help you temporarily . Cost might vary from 2000 to 4000. Tab novomox 500mg twice daily for three days. Tab Dolokind twice daily for three days.
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Hi,please visit a dentist who will prescribe antibiotics & painkillers to relieve you of pain & then after xray you can go for single sitting root canal.cap can be done after your exams are over .the cost varies but approx is Rs 3000 to rs 8000 which does not include cap charges.
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Hello Rct costs may vary based on so many things but ideally they cost from 3500- even 10,000 in some cases..
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U can take any anti inflammatory tablet like combiflam to ease the pain...but u must visit ur dentist as soon as ur exams are over... Cost of treatment varies depending on the condition of the tooth...it cannot be decided without proper consultation..
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