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I am 45 years old. I have severe tooth ache since the past one month. But there is no decay. Kindly advise.

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It might be decay in between teeth that can' t be visible. Send me an xray if you have otherwise visit a dentist. He will take an x-ray and tell you exact problem.
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There might be a hidden decay on the side surface (i.e. The surface facing your adjacent tooth) or beneath your gum line. Sometimes decays are not easily visible and proper clinic examination and/ or xray (radiographs) might be needed to confirm it. Please see a dentists at the earliest.
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There might be some decay which u are unable to see. So please get a dental check up done.
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First of all please get a bite-wing iopa x-ray for proper diagnosis, if it is not because of decay, then it might be because of periodontal problem(gum problem) or it may be some adjacent tooth that is causing the problem.
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First question is which tooth is paining, is it anterior or posterior tooth, in case there is no decay which is seen with normal look in that case it can be a cavity between two teeth or it can be problem in gums or an infection in tooth than it can be periodontal problem, first get an xray done and than consult the dental surgeon who will do the required treatment.
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Hi it must hav worn out just check where u feeling sensitive and use thermoseal ra toothpaste instead of normal one.
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Some times etiology of pain by decay of tooth is not visible, so kindly go through through checkup to know exact cause behind that.
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One thing is sure that the tooth is monvital if you have severe tooth ache. Get a dentist consultation you may need a root canal.
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Toothache is not always because of decay only. It can be due to mild mobility or do you have sensitivity which gives you a feeling of pain. It hurts you on having cold water or tea? kindly get an x-ray done and then can the needful treatment may be decided because at times there is no visible decay but it may be there between 2 teeth.
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Hello sir, please get your x-ray done at a dental clinic to reveal the offending cause. Thank you Dr Jagrati
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Toothache can be related to many other problems also. Not necessarily a decay. So you need to get it checked and get the issue resolved.
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Go to a dentist. He will evaluate the situation & if required can do an x-ray to assess the exact problem & guide you accordingly.
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