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Does root canal on molar still in pain after 8 weeks - help?

Does root canal on molar still in pain after 8 weeks - help?

Root canal pain: This is not normal. I would call your dentist for a follow up. You could have a root fracture, missed canal, etc. the point is call your dentist for a follow up and have them take a look at your tooth. Don't keep living in pain. ...Read more

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Will it hurt to have root canal on the upper right lateral molar?

No: It shouldn't. If you are concerned talk to your dentist. If needed he or she may refer you to a root canal specialist. ...Read more

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Did root canal on molar and it's still in pain after 8 weeks - help?

Did root canal on molar and it's still in pain after 8 weeks - help?

Call your dentist: Endodontic pain goes away once the nerve and/infection is resolved. You need to find out why your pain has not gone away immediately. ...Read more

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Back bottom right corner of molar broke. Will I have to get a root canal?

See your dentist: Only a toothache or swelling or clinical evaluation could indicate that a tooth needs a root canal. See your dentist for consultation and treatment. ...Read more

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I had a root canal two days ago on a molar. Is it normal to still feel that pain after the root canal?

Yes, but report: Root canal therapy is like the tooth receiving a gut surgery: all nerves and blood inside are cleaned and sterilized. There are still nerves right underneath the molar that needs to heal. This is the nerve that connects the brain and the tooth, so during this nerve's healing your brain will be receiving some pain signal. Do report this to your dentist, however, as it is good info to check healing. ...Read more

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I feel my molar to be loose. I'm also getting a root canal but if my molar falls out is this still needed?

What to do: The cause of the tooth being\feeling loose and the actual amount of mobility of the tooth will help determine what is the best treatment for that tooth. Sorry, but there are just too many factors that need to be evaluated in person (not over the internet) in order to properly answer your question. Your own dentist should be able to answer all your questions, treatment alternatives and prognosis. ...Read more

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I'll be getting caps along with fills & seals a possible root canal on a molar, should I get a second opinion?

I'll be getting caps along with fills & seals a possible root canal on a molar, should I get a second opinion?

Get another opinion: If you are asking about a second opinion, you should get a second opinion. Be aware however, that treatments offered by dentists are subjective and if you get 10 dentists to look at your teeth, you could get 10 different treatment plans. ...Read more

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Very slight uncomfortableness to hot on one of my molar. Cold is ok. It's been like this for long time. Give me your opinion only if is root canal?

Need exam: You have had a problem for awhile now. It will not go away without treatment. I can't tell if you need a root canal or not. This can only be done with an exam and x-ray. Te longer you wait the more complicated your problem van become. So. Get to a dentist. ...Read more

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My molar is crowned 2 months ago, root canal was done 3 weeks age same molar. I am still having a bit of pain on outer edge of crown. Is it hopeless?

Not hopeless: It is possible that your crown is sitting little high. Have the dentist check bite and adjust the crown as needed. You may need to take some anti inflammatory meds and give the tooth few weeks. ...Read more

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Root canal on upper molar - advice wanted before proceeding!?

Need details: Root canal is virtually painless. Your dentist should be able to walk you through it. Sometime due to the complexity of the case your dentist may refer you to a specialist (endodontist). Talk to your dentist about your concerns. ...Read more

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