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Done rootcanal treatment 6 months ago but sudden pain for the tooth which root canal treatment have done
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Dr. Vijaya Kumar.R
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Review with your dentist sometimes food stagnation under the crown may cause pain
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Dr. Babita Sangwan
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It could be a possible reinfection. .or maybe it has not been done properly in the first time. . Kindly get an X ray done and get it treated by an endodontist. .root canal specialist. .The pain will relieve and the tooth can be saved.
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Dr. Suman Makam
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Hello, Mam,do visit an endodontist and get the root canal reviewed.Sometimes it can get reinfected.They will take an x-ray and check if any problem exists in the surrounding hard/soft tissues as well. Regards DR SUMAN MAKAM
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Reasonable opinion cannot be provided without having a look at the X-ray to evaluate the status of the root canal treatment that was done 6 months ago..... you might require retreatment for the tooth if the RCT that was done previously was not done properly, or any other local infection or inflammation needs to be checked for and corrected, if found.... Regards....
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Dr. Ashish Gupta
Dentist 7 yrs exp Agra
Hi.. It could be possible of reinfection of that tooth...which may be cause u pain..consult ur dentist... Thanks Dr ashish ENDODONTIST
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Dr. Vidisha Parashar
Dentist 9 yrs exp Delhi
An xray needs to be done for the concerned tooth to evaluate the root canal done previously. Based upon that further treatment can be decided. But u need to see a dentist first.
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Dr. Sushma Patne
Dentist 13 yrs exp Mumbai
Need to have good x-ray n simultaneously need to see adjacent teeth as well... So many times not visible hidden root carries may b present n may cause problems... So have to rule out all possible reasons to find out cause for pain... Visit nearest dentist soon. Regards Dr. Sushma patne
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Dr. Amit Kumar
Dentist 15 yrs exp Bangalore
The RCT may have some issues. You need a good radiograph to get to the root cause. Update us.. Regards Kush oral surgery clinic.  Bengaluru
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Nothing to worry ,  pain may be due to so many reasons I cant tell exactly the cause for your pain.asap consult your dentist.Meanwhile you can take Tab Hifenac to have some temporary relief. I need more info to give proper diagnosis of your problem.
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