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Pain on frnt upper tooth
Feel Severe pain on front upper tooth.pain is very very severe when taking hot tea etc. and touching on the edge of the teeth
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Dr. Sanket Sheth
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Plz see an endodontist( root canal specialist) in your area
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Dr. Pramod Babu
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Your symptoms suggest there is infection in this tooth or there wqas trauma to this tooth in past years. in an y of this case you will require a root canal treatment for the tooth. consult a dentist nearby and get the treatment done
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Dr. Suman Makam
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Hello, Visit a dentist ASAP for proper diagnosis and treatment planning. Regards DR SUMAN MAKAM
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Dr. Babita Sangwan
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Most probably it could be due to deep caries. .so should visit the dentist and get an X ray done and confirm it. .The tooth might require rct treatment. . Till then take analgesics and antibiotics and do warm saline rinses. .take care
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Dr. Jagadish CD
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pain could be due to (1) deep decay (2) gum disease (3) faulty brushing making deep groves (4) micro fracture. Treatment would be (1)to fill the cavities if it's not involving pulp, else root canal. (2)If no pulp is involved, a gum surgery might help. If your sleep is getting disturb due to pain, take meds. Visit a dentist. [PS just to avoid these kind complications try visiting a dentist every 6 moths ]
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Dr. Purva Jingar
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Hello Pain is due to infection in teeth , visit nearby dentist and get an X-ray of teeth. Also share here if possible. Regards Dr. Purva BDS
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Dr. Mathew Varkey
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Most probably due to an infection inside tooth..this can be because of caries or a history of trauma to that tooth ...you might require a root canal treatment done to that tooth...not to worry..its a routine procedure and painless...some other uncommon reasons can also cause this kind of pain..you can take a pain killer for a temporary relief and visit your dentist first thing tomorrow for a proper diagnosis and treatment
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Dr. Anoop Jain
Prosthodontist 9 yrs exp Delhi
Please visit nearby dentist & get an xray done.
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Dr. Yatharth Bhatia
Dentist 13 yrs exp Gurgaon
Hi If it's very sever , you probably have a hidden cavity or the teeth is attrited. You should see an endodontist in person and go for a RCT if possible Regards
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Dr. Kishor V.Selukar
Dentist 8 yrs exp Pune
You might have got trauma/injury in paat with that tooth, as you said pain is severe you have to go with x-rays related to that tooth, your dentist will decide treatment line by seeing x-ray & direct observation
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once treatment decided, complete it with regular visits
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don't solely depend on only medications
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