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After root canel. I have pain in both adjacent theeth, it's 14 days pass what I should do?

11 Doctors Answered
Sometimes there will be slight pain after RCT.If the intensity of pain increases while biting, there is a chance for highpoint(excessive high of filling).Go back to your dentist.
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Get d xrays done and visit d dentist.
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You should consult that dentist regarding this.X-ray is required for suggestions. You might be having decay on adjacent teeth .
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Can you get an xray done and show it to me?
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Would need to get a radiograph/Xray done of the tooth and analyse the problem.
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Its unusual to have pain after 14 days get it checked form an endodontist
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Without X-rays we cant say anything about that, consult to ur dentist asap.
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Get xray of adjacent tooth and check about pain.
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Kindly go to the dentist again and tell your problem as d cap or crown that has been put after rct has not fitted well and there may b food lodgement beneath it or may b u r feeling it more because it's a new thing in d mouth.
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Hi.It could be due to many reason. Because of left out infections or periapical pathology. .Send me xray and I will send you solution :)
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Sir I think either root canal not properly done , when the root canal treated tooth comes in contact with the opposite tooth than also it will pain therefore without viewing the tooth I cannot advice anything further I can only say visit ur dentist who has done the root canal treatment or another dentist if u feel of not going to the same dentist.
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