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Cavity in second molar teeth and sudden pain in gum too from two days,while eating pain increases ,any suggestion
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Dr. Puja Bansal
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hello, from the above description, your cavity seems to be deep. you need to visit a dentist and get an x-ray for that tooth. get a filling done for that tooth. if there any infection to the roots get treatment done for that.
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Hello, Looks like your tooth is infected.You need to visit an Endodontist to get a root canal treatment done. Regards Dr Sumanmakam
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Dr. Bala Vignesh
Dentist 5 yrs exp Chennai
Hi it must be a dental peri apical infection... Pls visit your dentist for the treatment asap.. Your dentist might take radiographs to confirm the lesion...
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Dr. Ann Varghese
Dental Surgeon 3 yrs exp Pune
Hello. Your pain is most likely due to decay in tooth which has reached the tooth nerve/pulp. I would advice to visit a nearby dentist and get an Xray made to help the dentist reach a diagnosis and make a treatment plan. Dentist would probably suggest a Root canal procedure which will help to stop the pain, clear out the infection and restore the function of the tooth. Thanks and Regards, Dr Ann Varghese.
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Dr. Shruti Joshi
Dentist 17 yrs exp Thane
Hi, The cavity in molar teeth might be deep & hence sudden pain in gums or because of food lodgement.A xray has to be taken to rule out the possibility of root canal. Right now you can take some painkiller for pain relief.
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Dr. Ishwari Bhirud
Dentist 27 yrs exp Mumbai
Please visit the dentist to check for treatment options,a X-ray would give you the right picture as what is the depth of cavity and what can be done.
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Please rinse your mouth thoroughly after meals, brush Inter dentally to remove any food lodgment
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Don't delay visiting the dentist as if there is underlying infection it can flare up and intensity of pain may go up to unbearable levels.
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Dr. Monisha Khurana
Dentist 21 yrs exp Pune
Please visit the dentist to check for treatment options,a X-ray would give you the right picture as what is the depth of cavity and what can be done.The pain on chewing and in gum can also be caused due to food lodgement in the cavity.
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Please rinse your mouth thoroughly after meals
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Don't delay visiting the dentist as if there is underlying infection it can flare up and intensity of pain may go up to unbearable levels.
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Dr. Soumen Mandal
Dentist 2 yrs exp Kolkata
The cavity present in your tooth might have effected the roots of your teeth thereby causing a deep seated infection below the teeth. This cant be seen or confirmed unless an Xray has been done for the affected tooth. Visit your nearest dentist and get that tooth treated as soon as possible..
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