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Pain on Molar teeth
I'd RCT done on my molar teeth (bottom right) almost 6 years ago and everything was fine. But for last 2 days I am feeling severe pain whenever upper tooth touches the lower molar tooth.
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You should visit a dentist near you for proper evaluation of the condition because without clinically seeing it , it's not possible to say anything.
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hello you need to visit a dentist and get it checked. get an xray done.if there is infection you need to get it treated again.and then get a crown placed over it.
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Hello Sir, Sometimes the Root canal treated tooth can get infected requiring a re-treatment.However an IOPA/RVG x-ray will reveal the problem.you need to see an Endodontist.Regards,Dr Sumanmakam,Dental arts,jayanagar,Bangalore.
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An xray of the tooth is required. Depending on which re rct may be recommended.
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for re rct visit an endodontist only
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after rct its very important to get crown done as tooth can fracture if bite anything hard. so visit dentist to check whether tooth is fractured.
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Hi sir/mam , you didn't mentioned wheather you got crown done for that perticular teeth , defenetly an x-ray investigation required to diagnose the problem , accordingly your problem solved ,
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Pls visit dentist ASAP for proper diagnosis and treatment plan
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