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Pain@and@swelling_in_jaw

My brother got pain and swelling in his left upper side jaw,here is the xray of him, what to do please suggest,
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Dr. Himanshu Bisht Nainital | Oral And MaxilloFacial Surgeon
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it looks like he is having cold and hot sensitivity also, might be having pain while lying down on the bed..he should get down to the nearest dentist for opinion regarding take up of tooth for RCT
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Go for immediate root canal
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hello dr kale here as you can see there black space between two teeth ...this indicates deep cavities in both the teeth .definitive treatment for this problem would be root canal of both the teeth follwed by cap..for temporary pain relief you can give antibiotics and pain killers [with doctors proscription]..
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Dr. Kshitiz Rohilla Faridabad | Oral Pathologist
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Both the decayed molars will require root canal treatment, followed by Crown placement..... do not delay this treatment to avoid irreversible damage to the tooth structure as well as the underlying bone... Regards.....
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Go for rct,if mobility not present in both molar.then prosthesis.
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Both the teeth has to be root canal treated, and mobility of tooth has to be checked,crowns to be placed. His blood sugar level should be checked periodically and maintained... Regards
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Take antibiotics and a dentist consultation. The Decay seems quite deep in both molars. Depending on clinical observation and tooth mobility you can get a root canal done or go for an extraction. The Decay though seems to be quite deep limiting the prognosis (outcome) of treatment (as the crown margins will fall deep in gums - dental jargon). Try saving the tooth through a root canal.
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Dear, Please go for root canal treatment of both the teeth. over that you require crown. Regards, Vishal Jain Vitaldent Faridabad
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Hi pain and swelling is because of these infected teeth as appearing in the x ray..definately root canal treatment is required for both ..best of luck take care
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Hello u need a root canal treatment for both the teeth as cavity is deep and involving the pulp in both..and then both the teeth have to be crowned postthe rct..tc
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Hi..he has deep proximal cavities. He needs two teeth root canal treatment. Regards
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Dr. Niranjana K Dindigul | Prosthodontist
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He has decay on both the teeth which spread in its proximal area. And its deep in its form. Better you go to root canal treatment and save his teeth
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