Hey there... Either it could be due to infection in your 2nd molar or may be due to 3rd molar eruption...
You need to visit a nearest dentist ASAP and get it diagnose properly with x-ray.... N then plan the treatment accordingly...
Take care ..!!
Hi,I guess it could be because of your 3rd molar or some decayed fractured tooth.you need to describe the pain like hot/cold sensation present or not.get an xray done and show a dentist asap
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