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Root canal and dental cap
I had my root canal 2 months ago, i had my dental cap after a month from RCT, after 10 days of filling procedure, i had mild pain while biting on one edge of tooth. After dental cap, this mild pain come and go. When we touch the tooth, there is no pain. Even when i start biting, i feel pain intially, then pain goes away. It is not continuous pain, once in 2 days. What should i do? Should i wait? Since most of the days i feel good, no issues while biting.
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Hii please visit your dentist if you have any high point
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Hello Please visit the dentist of you feel there is worsening of pain Please share the post treatment xray if you have any of them
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Did you had any pain after rootcanal procedure? If yes then did it subside before crown placement? If you have any x ray please share
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Hello! If you had pain even before cap placement then wait for sometime it  will disappear don't worry. If it's worsening then you need to get it checked. Kindly visit your dental surgeon to check if there are any high point and get it corrected
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Hello mam, There might be some high points in your crown that is creating issues.
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Hi, Please visit your dentist again. Check for any uneven points on the crown that need to be adjusted.
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