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Medicine afer RCT and Before Crown
Sir/Ma'am... I have undergone Single Sitting RCT Treatment on 18th but Crown fitting is not yet done. My Dentist prescibed me tablets for pain releif (Voveran Plus) in case of pain and told to have one after 2 hrs of RCT done (on 18th itself)..and next to be taken only if there is pain. As of now I have taken only thrice...One just after 2 hrs of RCT...next two on 19th and 20th after morning breakfast (since I experienced pain upon accidentaly chewing soft food even after much avoiding eating from RCT side) I am not experiencing any Pain after 20th (even if accidentaly soft food particles comes in between RCT Tooth).. Should I still take medicine till crown is fixed or not to take. Or If any other medicine to be required to avoid any infection till crown fitting. Please advice. Thanks
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Sometimes after root canal treatment mild pain can occur. But If you are not feeling any pain now, then avoid any kind of painkiller. But before crown cementation, let your doctor know about it. Try to maintain good oral hygiene as much as you can. Avoid eating from that side as excessive masticatory force can break the tooth. Still have queries then consult doctor online or offline.
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See if you are not feeling pain there is no need of taking medicine. But as you said you feel pain after a day RCT COMPLETED. Before Crown Cementation , Make sure to tell this problem to your Dentist. So that if in case there is any issue he/she can fix it before crown.
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Don’t eat from there until the Crown gets Cemented. Otherwise many patients will get there tooth fracture.
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