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Hi my dear . when i eatting sweet . chocolate or date or cold water . my tooth find pain. I can't eatting . all my tooth up and down find the pain. thanks
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The description of your symptoms is not sufficient to arrive at a diagnosis.... please get a proper clinical examination done by a dentist as soon as possible..... right treatment can be instituted only after the right diagnosis has been made.... Regards....
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hello, you can do warm salt water rinses. but this only give you temporary relief from pain. you need to visit a dentist and get it checked. Get an x-ray done. if there is a cavity, get it filled. if there is infection to the roots of the tooth, get it treated.
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HELLO, Visit a dentist for complete evaluation,clinical and radiographic. Regards Dr Sumanmakam
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The pain may be due to dental decay, Abrasion or erosion of the teeth . Get a full mouth digital OPG X ray done. It will be helpful for Dentist to diagnose the teeth which are causing pain and then get it properly treated by fillings or enamel coating etc.
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Visit a dentist where OPG facility is available
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Good Day! It seems you're suffering from generalised sensitivity. It can be due to various reasons like, lower oral hygiene levels leading to gum recession or wear of the teeth leading to dentin exposure, etc. Please see a dentist in your area, so that he can evaluate the problem and provide appropriate treatment. In the meanwhile, you can use a desensitising toothpaste like Sensodent -KF or Sensodyne etc but even if the toothpaste provides relief, do see your dentist for a checkup and a professional cleaning.
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As per your description  u have to tell about ehich type of pain u have Is it sensitivity or severe pain ee have to know and depends on that your dentist will helpful to u to do rct or filling or any other treatment so consult yr dentist immediately
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go to your family dentist
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Hi,Please visit a dentist to find cause for sensitivity which may be because of vigorous brushing ,severe acidity ,intake of soft drinks or teeth clenching habit.Right now you can use a paste or mouthwash to minimise sensitivity & avoid sweet & cold .
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Please get an iopa x ray done of the tooth paining.may b u need a root canal in that tooth.
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