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Severe pain in upper right side tooth
My mother's 4th number tooth from last in the upper right side was slightly broken in one corner few years back and light sensitivity was there. But day before yesterday while eating, some hard object was there in the food and the tooth was very badly hurt. She has taken antibiotic wymox tablet, hifenac p and voveran injection but nothing is helping and she is in severe pain. Please suggest what medicines could help and what could be done next. Thank you.
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Hello Medicines are not going to help. Mostly, the tooth nerve is damaged and it will require RCT as treatment. But the final call can be made only after clinically examination.
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Take your mother to a Dentist asap.
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Don't keep on giving her medicines, they are not going to help.
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Kindly visit your dentist and start the treatment. Looking at the complaints, most probably she will need a root canal. Final treatment call can be taken only upon checking the patient clinically.
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