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After second sitting of root canal only temporary applyying of calcium is done and skne part of it came of because of which its paining a little bit.what should I do.would it cause infection till i meet my dentis or any kind of gum problems
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Don't panic,  generally doctor keeps multiple layer, if superficial wipe out, no need to worry. Can take analgesic if unbearable pain.
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Nothing to worry in such case. It is not uncommon for the Temporary filling to dislodge. Just take care that you avoid biting anything on that side.
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in case of severe pain take ketorol dt tablet or as prescribed by the dentist. in case of severe pain, kindly schedule appointment with your dentist.
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Hi...no issues nothing will happen to that tooth ..bcoz of the infctns in root end only ur root canal is planned in multiple sitings ..so no need to worry ..dont worry even if the filling comes out fully also ...it will take time to heal inside
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take medicines prescribed by ur dentits tab.augmentim 625 mg if pain occurs take dolo 650
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don't bite anything hard on the side
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