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I have been having strong tooth pain from 2 days Been prescribed pain killers ketorol dt but still paining
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you should visit a dentist near you and get yourself treated. painkillers won't help you for long.
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Medicines provided are painkillers which gives you only instant relief but for proper solution you have to go for treatment.Please visit a dentist immediately.For any more query or treatment visit us today.Dr Ratnika Agarwal , Dental Surgeon/Owner of Smile Up Dental Care & Implant Center ,PUNE.We offer Dental and cosmetic treatments for all age group.
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Hello, pain could be because of tooth decay you need to visit a dentist and get it checked. Get an x-ray done if required. If there is cavity get it filled. If there is infection to the root of the tooth, you need to get it treated.
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Please don't take medicines in your own or prescription of pharmacists. See a dentist ASAP. Get the problem looked at and get you out of pain for ever.
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Hello Sir, Pain killer is only a temporary solution. We need to find out what is the cause of pain . Better to visit a nearby dentist and get an X-ray done to find the main cause of tooth pain.
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We dentists go through 5-6 years of harsh training and study to understand the patient's pain and oral problems,no medicine can replace that.please go and see a dentist and stop taking unnecessary medicines.
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get an iopa x ray done to evaluate the condition of the disease.
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Hello, you need to visit an Endodontist.Looks like your tooth is infected.Sometimes only medicines dont help.You may need an RCT for the tooth. Regards Dr Sumanmakam
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Pain killer alone may not be suffucient in your case...you might require an antibiotic course...consult a dentist and find out the cause for the pain and treat accordingly...
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Hi Sir/Mam tooth pain is might be because of the deep cavity, pain killer might give you temporary relief from pain but that is not the permanent solution , visit a dentist , get X-ray done for that perticuler teeth , after X-ray they might suggest you for root canal therapy and capping , DR.Venkat VDENTIS DENTAL CARE , Hyderabad
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Pls don't neglect it , don't take more painkillers , find some permanent solution for it
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hi,The tooth pain is maybe because of deep cavity in tooth. Get a xray done & you may require either a root canal treatment or tooth removal depending on amount of tooth structure present. For pain relief antibiotics have to be taken along with pain killers.
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Tooth pain could be either due to deep cavity or gum infection. Visit a nearest dentist as soon possible. Regards Dr. Syed Parveez Ali
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