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Pain in gums
I have RCT 25 teeth and crowned. But small gap present between 25 nd 26 teeth. Which cause food lodgment. And 26 teeth break from side of 25. 24 teeth also done RCT.Gum between 25 and 26 feel pain, sensitive with cold, also sweeling. Sometimes blood come with brush. Bad smell come. What is reason, is RCT of 26 required or gum problem is there like gingivitis or pehorrea. Guide me and what medicine I can take. My x ray given
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Firstly, thank you for giving a detailed history and attaching your x-ray. By looking at your x-ray I recommend , the gap between the teeth 25 and 26 is due to the cavity in 26. I suggest you get RCT done with 26 first followed by filling. After RCT your tooth will become healthy and a gap between the 25 and 26 will subside. The food lodgement is due the gap and cavity in 26 which is causing gum problems. Bad breathe is due to the same reason , beacuse you might not brushing in that area properly. Looking at your x-ray I can also see the cavity under crown of 25 involving root. I recommend you to visit your doctor and get crown removed on 25 and see if your tooth can be saved. X-ray does not show any evidence of RCT in 24, kindly reconfirm with your doctor.
Next Steps
Visit a dentist. Get root canal, filling and cap done to eliminate the gap between two teeth after thorough clinical examination.
Health Tips
Rinse with luke warm salt water. Do proper brushing and flossing in the affected area.
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Get Rct done with 26. Remove 25 crown. Cervical and root portion broken in 25 leading to food lodgement and pain.
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Looking at your x ray, you need the following treatment 1. Rct with 26 2. Huge decay under the crown in 25. Get the crown removed by cutting th crown else the tooth can fracture because of the huge decay. New core filling making sure all the decay seen jn x ray is removed. 3. Deep cleaning in 24, 25, 26 region to remove all food lodged 4. New crown with 25 and 26 5. 24 may need a small filling or no treatment at all. Cause of all your problem is 25 deep decay under crown and decay in 26 Hope this helps
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Hello sir,     Due to food lodgement problem, two conditions have been developed in your case, 1. There is a severe gum infection leading to bleeding and bad odor. 2. Due to presence of food for long time, interdental caries have been developed ( I think caries is deep now)
Next Steps
1.Do a subgingival scaling 2. Go for Root canal procedure 3.Place a well fitting crown on 26
Health Tips
Continue your brushing though it bleeds  and do a mouth wash. ( avoid warm gargling).
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1st molar needs rct .also 1st premolar may need rct take xray with 1st premolar do visit dentist.
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Rct irt to 26 Zerodol p tab twice daily
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