Since you have not mentioned about the physical status of the tooth, whether it is carious or not..?
Hence you need a periapical X-ray ( RVG) of the tooth..
Most likely you would need RCT of that tooth.
However incase of absence of any carious lesions..your symptoms suggest to rule out Sinustis if any.
Dr. Lal . . . www.laldentalclinic.com
Seek an expert endodontist opinion who can quickly diagnose and treat you using state of art technology.. root canal treatment if required should be done with ENDODONTIST only..as they spend additional 3 years in learning anatomy of tooth and use most advanced technology to treat you painlessly and comfortably
Sorry to hear you are in a lot of pain.
Most often than not, this quantum of pain and fever is associated with periapical infection, which means your tooth might be infected and needs root canal treatment to be started immediately. Please see a dentist soon. Hope you get well soon.
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