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Tooth Heat Sensitivity
Maybe: Heat sensitivity does not necessarily mean you need a root canal. Depending on the length of time the heat sensitivity lasts and how it responds to heat compared to other teeth you may or may not need a root canal. Dentists will also look at other factors such as if the tooth is sensitive to biting pressure or tapping on it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Had retreatment of two root canals...Having heat sensitivity with one of the molars treated-shouldn't tooth be "dead" now, not sensitive?
Endo retreat pain: Root canal retreatments are about 60-80% successful. A flare-up--sensitivity to thermal changes or pain when biting--are very possible. If you were prescribed antibiotics and/or pain medication take them as directed. If pain persists return to your treating dentist for follow-up. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Needing expert help. I have pain on the two teeth that they grinded down. Mainly cold and heat sensitivity. Why is this and how can a dentist fix this?
Hot and Cold: If the sensitivity lasts less than ten seconds with no residual dull ache or throbbing then it will get better with time however see your dentist to be sure. If the sensitivity lasts longer than ten seconds or you get a dull throbby ache that lasts a while then it can be fixed via root canal therapy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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