After RCT, tooth should not pain. If tooth is still aching it means RCT is not complete yet or there is some infection left in the tooth canal which has to be removed. Consult your respective dentist about the pain and Re-RCT Also you can share your x-rays with us so that we can access the situation of tooth and infection. Meanwhile you can take analgesics for pain and do warm saline rinses which will help in reducing pain.
Re rct is an option but after seeing x ray only. Xn and immediate implant placement is other reliable option which i prefer inspite of treating same tooth again and again with lesser chances of success everytime
Visit a dentist------>get a clinical examination done of your affected tooth------>then a radiological examination----->let the dentist formulate a diagnosis/reason fir your pain----->retreatment of the tooth accordingly---->you will be fyn
Hello sir. I would like to locate which side your tooth is? Upper or lower. Right or left. Front or back . And how long it's been after your root canal .what did your dentist tell the cause for your tooth ache since two months?
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