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Pain in tooth for cold

While drinking water too much pain and head ache following pain some times feverish not controlled for medicine
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Hello, Based on your symptoms,it looks like the pulp is infected.Visit a dentist at the earliest and dont self medicate with tablets,which would only give you temporary relief. Regards Dr Suman Makam Dental Arts Bangalore
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Dr. Kamini Singh Noida | Cosmetic/Aesthetic Dentist
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Sensitivity to cold may be due to gum disease or may be due to caries near tooth nerve or may be due to some other cause.The treatment can only be determined upon oral examination and dental xray.
Kindly visit your dentist.
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If you have a fever running in and toothache as well then there is a chance that you might have an intraoral or extraoral swelling in the affected region. Kindly proceed for the required investigations with your dentist and proceed for Root canal or extraction if the tooth cannot be salvaged
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dear practo user may b ur teeth are severely attrited and in this condition nerves will b exposed,so may b ur tooth nerve is exposed..go for RCT
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Dr. Madhur Navlani Indore | Orthodontist
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Irreversible Pulpitis..get a RCT done if needed..Xray confirmation first.
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might be becoz of pulp exposure in your tooth. get it checked immediately and get the required treatment done in order to save it from more destruction.
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Get it checked . may require rct in any of ur tooth
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Hi..your tooth might require a root canal. Visit a nearest dentist.

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Hello...It might be severe decay or sensitvity in the tooth..visit nearby dentist to evaluate clinically and radiographically and to know the exact cause and treatment as soon as possible.
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kindly visit a dentist and try to find out if it is due to wear out of tooth or decay, as both tend to give similar pain
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avoid taking hot /cold beverages as it could aggravate the pain.
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Dr. Sunita Karmankar Pune | Cosmetic/Aesthetic Dentist
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Hello. You are having sensitivity problem with that tooth....If medication is not solving the problem. ..Visit your nearest dentist to diagnose that tooth.
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Sensitivity to collect is a sign of some wear & tear of the tooth or decay. I suggest you visit a dentist at the earliest to prevent further damage.
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Dr. Aarti Agrawal Pune | Cosmetic/Aesthetic Dentist
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you need to visit a dentist as soon as possible. transient pain on eating or drinking cold can be because of sensitivity,but it abates as soon as the stimuli is removed. if the pain persist followed by headache then there is a possibility your tooth has decay,and need to treated.medications before proper diagnosis is not recommended.
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K sir nothing to worry about it.  It seems to be severe form of sensitivity we can save the teeth by doing simple filling.  Or it is beyond the extent we can do rct..  With regards Www.kavithadentalcare.com
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