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After root canal treatment heavy pain coming .and I have taken bidace -sp tablet pain killer which was my doctor was given .bt paining heavy
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after proper root canal treatment you wont feel pain again. do get an x ray and consult the dentist
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hello, you need to visit your dentist and get it checked. pain could be due to high filling. if required get it reduced.
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Hi... Severe pain after a root canal can and does occur mostly due to the treated tooth touching the opposite tooth. Your problem can be solved in a matter of 5mins if thats the trouble. You can revisit your dentist and see what he/she advises. But if pain still persists then the case is complicated and you better visit a root canal specialist(endodontist).
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Plz consult with an endodontist for your problem dont delay in this.
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Hello Mam, You need to upload any post-op x-rays for us to check the accuracy of the RCT. you can consult an Endodontist for further evaluation. Regards Dr Sumanmakam
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Continue with you medicines and visit a nearby specialist/Endodontist to check status of your root canal treated tooth.
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Get an xray and consultation with an Endodontist.
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Agreed to the following suggestion visit the treating dentist and he will do needful, sometime pain is persistent for few days
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The pain might be because of missing extra root canal or guttapercha obturation impinging the underlying bone. Better contact ur dentist and get rid of the pain.
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Get an IOPA done
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Can be due to accessory canal that is an extra canal might be missed out, better to check it out again with your doctor
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Hi,Please visit a Endodontist or root canal specialist to evaluate the status of the root canal done .He will also prescribe antibiotics & meanwhile avoid eating from that side.
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Hello Maam, Greetings for the day. There are many reasons for pain after a Root Canal Treatment as follows- 1. Post Operative discomfort which goes in 3 to 4 days after root canal treatment. 2. Missed Canal/ Accessory Canal missed. 3. Under or Over Root canal filling. 4. Vertical Root Fracture. 5. Periodontal Problems- Gum indection. 6. Improper cleaning of the root canals.etc
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Visit the dentist you got the root canal front nd tell them to take a localised X- ray nd check.
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Do not eat anything from that side as you might get pain.
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It can be due to over obturation of root canal,  the gutta percha might have passed through the root apex and impugning the underlying bone. It might be due to perforation or the doc might have missed a canal or accessory canal. Can bw due to intrument breakage at root tip.
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Go for an xray to confirm what exactly is the problem
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