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Periapical rarefaction of teeth no 26
Hi All, in my tooth CT scan done 4 months back showed periapical rarify oestietis in teeth no 26. Since the pain subsided then with antibiotics,I didn't go for any treatment. Now the pain has come back.kindly suggest if any treatment is required,also if there is any home remedy.
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Every problem related to the oral cavity and dental has advanced specific scientific solutions, any home remedies are nothing.
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Hello Sir, Get the clinical evaluation  &endodontic  treatment  done by dentist / endodontist through in office visit.
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Tips to be followed - 1.In the meanwhile ,you can take anti-imflammatory painkiller , provided you don't have allergy to any ingredients . 2.Do not chew from that side till the treatment is done. 3.Rinse with lukewarm salt water after every meals . 4.Last but not the least, maintain oral hygiene twice daily on a regular basis with ultra soft toothbrush & fluoride containing toothpaste. Thanks!
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