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Toothache in molars

Feeling pain and sensitivity in my molars. I can't eat anything... I feel hot and cold. Please suggest
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Dr. Swastik Satpathy
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Hi dear, if sensitivity is the problem, then any desensitive toothpaste and mouthwash will take care but if there is PAIN, then you need take medications. Better consult a doctor before taking any medication. Kindly visit a nearby Dentist, he/she can give you a better solution for your problem after complete examination. Take care..
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Dr. M. R. Pujari
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Hi..you might need a root canal. Visit your nearest dentist. Meantime you can take senquel AD rinse twice daily. Regards
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Dr. Rashmi Punhani
Pediatric Dentist 6 yrs exp Bangalore
Hi there ...if there is a cavity...then you need to visit a dentist for proper diagnosis and treatment...but if there is no cavity then any of the desensitizing gel/toothpaste will help you.. Take care ..!!
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Dr. Gokulnath
Dentist 13 yrs exp Madurai
Pain and sensitivity may be due to caries or abrasion . Treatment will be done accordingly to relieve the pain . Please visit your near by dentist at the earliest .
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Dr. Anuradha Mallya
Dentist 12 yrs exp Ernakulam
Pain while taking hot and cold food can be suggestive of tooth decay. Pls visit a dentist for proper evaluation and treatment.
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