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Pain after one month of Root Canal
Root canal done one month back. Experiencing pain and sensitivity near the root canal treated site. One other root canal treatment required in the same area to fix the issue (or) any serious complications involved ?
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Generally the root canal treated tooth does not have sensivity... It can habmve pain due to high point or reinfection but not sensivity... Sensivity might be due to nearby tooth.. Visit your dentist and get an xray done to rule out wich tooth is having problem.
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visit your dentist...Get a xray done of both tooth.
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Kindly share before and after x rays of the site along with adjacent teeth.
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Visit dentist for clinical examination.
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Revisit d dentist  take an x ray of that region . It may be some interproximal caries . In d adjacent tooth . Also we will get the information  of d rct  wheter an accessory canal is missed . U can upload the pics  of ur radiograph to me so that we can guide u further .
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Hello sir, Generally root canal treated tooth doesn’t cause sensitive pain, it might cause dull or tender pain due to re infection. Sensitive pain might be because of nearby tooth ( due to cavity or attrition)
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Kindly consult a dentist nearby for a iopa xray to be sure which tooth is having problem.
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Consult with the specialist for proper Diagnosis first. Only then u shud go for treatment. U can teleconsult here on my page too. Myself MDS Oral medicine and Radiology from most eminent government dental hospital. I will Diagnose nd adviceto the precise treatment. It may or may not be due to RCT failure. U can get one iopa x ray done too and add here, for the rc treated tooth
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