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Root canal pain
I am having root canal in my front molar, 3 sittings have been done ,roots are cleaned properly .still having pain from last 15 days.permanent filling is remaining.i take brufen and amoxyclav.still pain is not going permanently.doc said there is no infection in xray
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Might b any extra canal missing which is to b cleaned and filled.or the canals filled are not cleaned till apex or tip end
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You might be having pain because of 2reasons, 1.high point of occulsion on the permanent filling Or 2.postoperative pain after rct due to healing of PDL fibres So, it requires clinical examination & investigations like bite test ,& IOPA with respective tooth and adjacent tooth.
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avoid eating food from that side for 15 days
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Hello , There are many reason for tooth pain during root canal or after process . 1.1stly need to check x ray is there any canal that has been remained for Cleaning? 2. Is there any high points ? 3. Any lateral or accessory canals remain for Cleaning?  Is it the same tooth that is giving pain for any other tooth also affected ?? Etc.
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Visit to your Dentist discuss your problem . need proper clinical evulation.
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Hello Can you please post the last X-ray taken. It would be helpful
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Try taking tremadol 20mg twice a day
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Go to medica sop try this combination
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If it's paining then you will have to get it checked asap. A CBCT scan of the tooth comes in very handy in such cases. Whr ycan pin point the issue. Regards Dr Akash S Bhandari
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CBCT scan and visit the dentist ASAP
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