Based on the brief description that you have given, you will need to get a thorough clinical examination done by a dentist, followed by X-rays if suggested..... the treatment plan will be based on the correct diagnosis..... theoretically,your pain can be due to localised tooth problem or a referred pain due to some other condition, like an erupting third molar..... Regards.....
Visit near by dentist. Get the x ray done. Time being u can take pain killer.
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