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My mother having tooth pain resently its started but she have sugar so she dont no for that she got pain or normally pain doctor. on april month she checked with doctor so they seed to come on after 3 month so on july she wil check with doctor but am informing you doctor she have problem with the pain or from sugar please inform me doctor.
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Dr. Sanjay Shah
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Please consult a good dentist for a clinical and xray check up.  Diabetes will cause gum inflammation maybe but usually not toothache.  There must be some decay present.  feel free to consult Laser Smile Care Centre.  God bless..
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Dr. Shashank Vijapure
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I do understand that your mother has tooth pain. Tooth pain usually is due to the decay which has reached the pulp part of her tooth. Please get a consultation done to know what is the exact reason for her tooth ache with a qualified  nearby Dentist
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Dr. Bikramjeet Singh
Dental Surgeon 4 yrs exp Gurdaspur
Pain in ur mother's tooth is due to infection and because of diabetes (sugar), diabetes do not cause false or carious teeth, so to get her problem fixed get her to your dentist for proper medication n treatment immediately before any other complication occures
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Dr. Kavita Narang
Dentist 12 yrs exp Gurgaon
Diabetes does not cause tooth pain itself. The cause of pain could be infection/ decay in tooth. Diabetics are more prone to tooth / gum diseases as uncontrolled glucose level interferes with body's healing and repair mechanism. You need to take her to dentist for proper check up.
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