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Pains in treated tooth
After treatment on 2 December, 2016 from last evening he is having pains and was crying. Kindly suggest us any Medicine .
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Hello, before taking any medications, consult a Pedodontist and get it checked. He/She will be able to diagnose the problem and will suggest you a proper treatment plan.
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Hello, you need to go back to your dentist to get the problem fixed. Regards Dr Suman
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The exact treatment given to the child is not mentioned. so can not tell you the cause of pain. Give him 3 ml - 5 ml Ibugesic syrup, three times a day.
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Visit the dental clinic where treatment has been carried out.
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Hello sir, Pls be clear on what treatment was done and for what it was done.. suggesting medicines without actually knowing the brief history is not recommended for us.. pls visit your doctor..
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Firstly you haven't mentioned what treatment has been carried out whether tooth filling or extraction or pulpectomy or pulpotomy.I can suggest you to give the child ibugesic syrup 4ml thrice daily only if he is not asthmatic,or else meftal p syrup. The above said treatment is only symptomatic you should take the child to a dentist to know actual cause of pain on examination n relevant treatment can be carried out..
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