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Severe tooth ache due to cavity - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Dental Health
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Practicing since : 2009
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   Hello Doctor
Doctor :   Please proceed with your query.
User :   My mother age 50 is having tooth pain
Doctor :   Ok
User :   can you please help with a quick fix
Doctor :   Can you please describe the cause of the pain, duration, aggravating and reliving factors?
User :   she had tea an hour before and since then she is finding it difficult
Doctor :   Ok
User :   and she generally gets this pain
User :   if some food particle gets stucked
Doctor :   Ok
User :   or something very hot/cold/sweet she has
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   After going through the description, I feel that she requires a complete dental examination and might be a root canal treatment.
Doctor :   For time being she can have Tab DOLO 500mg, for unbearable pain.
User :   ok
User :   and can you also suggest sth that can be available in the kitchen
User :   *something
Doctor :   baking soda paste and keep it near the tooth which aches.
Doctor :   Dentocaine gel can be applied in the area.
Doctor :   This might help your mother to relieve with the pain.
User :   thnk u doc
Doctor :   Are there any more queries for me to help you with?
User :   thnks
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting me
Doctor :   Take care
Doctor :   Bye for now.
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