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Pain near wisdom tooth
I have pain in right side of my jaw. The pain keeps radiating and I feel it's coming from last 4 Teeths ( two upper and two lower) My upper right wisdom hasn't erupted. Doctor gave me some antibiotics and painkiller . I have no major cavity as such - having plaque . Doctor recommended me removal of lower right wisdom tooth along with RCT and calling of molar next . Is it necessary ?
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So according to lower right side x ray you have cavity on the side portion of the tooth which has been adviced For RCT. These types of cavities are mostly only visible on x rays that is why you find the tooth on outer side when you open your mouth with no cavity but you have them in between two teeth.
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RCT is advisible for that tooth. also for wisdom tooth take your call if it is paining a lot go for extraction.
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Do not drink extreme hot or cold beverages. Do not chew hard food stuff from that side.
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Hi According to ur X-ray u need to do RCT . Thank you
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