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In mid-December I had problems with my front right tooth root channel. It was in pain, so the doctor has cleaned it and put a filling. However it was in pain again at the beggining of January, I visited the doctor again, and she has taken an X-ray and told that she didn't see any problem. The pain was gone again. However, it is mid-February now, and yesterday I felt the pain again. What would be your recommendations in relation to that? Thanks in advance.
from what you describe it could be that the tooth is in too much contact when biting or that there is a infection above the root which is not visible in the x-ray yet! In that case it would have to be retreated with an edication in order to kill all bacteries before the filling can be redone! In the first case it would be enough to check on the occlusion and reduce the filling!
I hope that helps!
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