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Tooth ache
Having pain in my tooth. But it is not continuous pain. It happens for some time and then resides by itself. What could be the reason?
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Dr. D.S. Chandrashekar
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The pain can be due to a cavity in the said Tooth or gum infection surrounding that Tooth. Unless a proper examination is made, it's hard to tell the reason. Please visit a dentist without delay.
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Dr. V. Ravinder
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It could be a decayed tooth or an erupting wisdom tooth. Sometimes decay that is deep and close to nerve can cause intermittent pain. Please have it examined by a dentist.
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