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Having pain in the upper teeth on two sides continuously and when I am taking in water the pain is much. Age 41. Sex-Male .Kindly suggest what to do ?

9 Doctors Answered
Visit to a dentist.U might be having tooth decay or tooth sensitivity problem. If its decay it can be filled normally or else u might require root canal following by cap.
Good afternoon , If the pain is lasting for a few seconds it could be senstivity - there are many reasons for that. If it is lasting for almost a minute or so - it could be decay. If it lasts for more it could be deeper decay possible involving the pulp. It is highly recommended that a dental check up is done for the dental surgeon specialist to differentiate and help you accordingly.
Go to a dentist and get the appropriate treatment.
Visit my clinic.We do clinical examination and xray.Then only i can advice you the treatment
Go for rct filling and crown as early as possible so you can got relief from pain. With medicine temporary relief. Combiflam 3 times
Use anti sensitive pastes like sensodent k or thermoseal ra apply twice daily for 5 minutes and brush the teeth afterwards with soft brush.
Is the pain occurring only on having water and that too when u take cold water or it pains otherwise also specially in the night? kindly get an x-ray done of that tooth and then the required treatment will b decided. Also try to feel if it's pain or sensitivity on taking cold water. If it is sensitivity then u can use colgate sensitive or sensodyne toothpaste for some days.
Dear, Severe pain in teeth due to cold or hot beverage lasting more than a minute requires x-ray of tooth and if pulpally exposed go for rct. Kindly go for clinical examination. Thanks
Any cavity get examined. Or else its sensitivity.
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