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No sinus, no abscess, no cavity, dentist can't find anything. Tooth still sensitive to cold for 2 years. Would going to an endodontist help?

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Dr. Peter Karsant
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In brief: Cold Tooth

Are you a grinder or clencher? If so this tooth might be taking the majority of the abuse and can be sensitive to cold especially at the facial gumline.
If above is negative then may be cracked tooth syndrome especially if the tooth has a large filling (sometimes virgin teeth have this) and an endodontic evaluation would be in order. Lastly large filling placed 2 yr ago;tooth dying slowly.

In brief: Cold Tooth

Are you a grinder or clencher? If so this tooth might be taking the majority of the abuse and can be sensitive to cold especially at the facial gumline.
If above is negative then may be cracked tooth syndrome especially if the tooth has a large filling (sometimes virgin teeth have this) and an endodontic evaluation would be in order. Lastly large filling placed 2 yr ago;tooth dying slowly.
Dr. Peter Karsant
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In brief: Possibly

It might be a cracked tooth.
Difficult to determine in many instances. See an endodontist for further tests.

In brief: Possibly

It might be a cracked tooth.
Difficult to determine in many instances. See an endodontist for further tests.
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