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Pain in tooth

I was having temporary filling in my two of my teeth. But now that temporary filling is coming out. And one of the teeth is paining alot.
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Dr. Sanjay Shah Mumbai | Cosmetic/Aesthetic Dentist
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The reason temporary fillings are called temporary is because they are just that..  Usually u should get them filled within a couple of days.  U may be having a root canal infection.  Plz take proper x-rays and do the required treatment.  God bless. 
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Hi.. visit a dentist ASAP. Your tooth needs root canal treatment. Regards
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Hello Dear, Temporary filling is recommended for a short period of time only like one week or so. better get those filling changed to permanent filling or crown. If you have pain in any tooth, get an x ray done and take proper treatment. Regards, Dr Vishal Jain Vitaldent India Faridabad
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Dr. Akanksha S.D Bangalore | Oral Medicine and Radiology
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Visit a dentist asap ,have an xray done followed by proper treatment planning- most likely it would be root canal treatment followed by crown placement.
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You have to visit a dentist who will take an xray and tell you the treatment plan accordingly...may be the teeth which is paining if nerve is involved will require a rootcanal..take Care
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Need to meet a dentist. When you know it's temporary need to get it fixed. It is not clear from your side, first of all why did you get a temporary filling done. How old is t he filling. Your past condition is not described. Kindly meet a dentist and get the needful
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