The information you provide is insufficient & the pain which you are complaining may be because of one tooth but it is radiating pain that you are feeling or it may be multiple teeth decay or may be underlying gum problems. So proper examination & X-ray is required before confirming the treatment..Please visit dentist as soon as possible.
The clinical data provided by you is insufficient for any diagnosis, but one thing is for sure that you need a proper clinical check up for the correct diagnosis and treatment plan..... please visit the dentist as soon as possible.... Regards.....
Hello, pain from one tooth can radiate or refer to all adjoining and opposing teeth also at times, so for proper reason of teeth pain, we have to do thorough oral examination, if required xrays also, to help you better with tooth pain and its relief with proper treatment.
Mam if u r feeling pain in each tooth... Dere can b many reasons.. May be u r suffering from gums problem or multiple cavities in both jaws at both side... May b pain can b in some teeth only n u r feeling radiating pain in all teeth... U should go and visit ur near by dentist as soon as possible to get relief...
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