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Pain in my molars
On-and-off pain in my molars. I can see some cavities as well. Also, sometimes it hurts during eating.
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Namaskaram,looks like you have a Carious lesion that has extended to the sensitive part of your tooth.The dentist is usually equipped with a lot of desensitisation procedures before further damage.Actual pain comes last after all the damage is done.So visit a dentist as early as possible
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Ma'am without looking at the case its difficult to say but if cavity is there then get it filled or do RCT if its deep.
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Firstly, get an consultantaion done and then the doctor will guide you further that u need filling or root canal treatment. Don't ignore otherwise u will loose ur teeth ... Thank you Have a Good Day.
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Hello Mam, You need to visit an Endodontist ASAP.Looks like you might need a Root canal treatment.A clinical and radiographic examination will confirm the line of treatment.Dont delay. Regards Dr Sumanmakam
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Simply Just Don't take it lightly, Get an consultantaion done and then the person will guied you further and ignorance at this stage will cost you financially, emotionally and physically. Thank you Have a Good Day.
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just don't weast time and get an consultantaion done for reliving from this issue
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suggestions is mine but decision is yours.
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hello, visit a dentist and get it checked. get an x-ray done if required. if there is a cavity, you need to get it filled. if there is infection to the root of the tooth, you need to get it treated.
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*Reversable pulpits. Decay is close to the nerve, infection may not have spread. Best to see a good dentist ASAP before it goes to irreversible condition which requires RCT.
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With an x ray, dentist will confirm the condition and treat it .
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VISIT DENTIST ASAP
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