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Pain in lower teeth. Taking moxikind, sartin, temporary relief. Permanent cure?

Hi ... i have seveor pain in my 30th # lower teeth since 5 days i used lots of medicines but effect of those medication is limited till 5 to 6 hrs only after that again pain starts... just an hour ago i visited to my dentist , he prescribed me Moxikind cv. 625, sartin d, and ketrol DT. are these medication is good cure my problem.... kindly help me
Asked On : Thu, 22 Nov 2012
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It is difficult to diagnose from the description you have given. If you can give the following information, it will be easy to arrive at a diagnosis and advice you whether or not the treatment will work

30th means last but one molar?
Is that tooth decayed? if yes, how long and how much damage?
Is the pain sharp-shooting or dull-vague
Is the pain continuous or intermittent
Does the pain get triggered from factors like eating food, esp cold, sour/spicy food etc. Or starts without any trigger factors
Does the pain get relieved on medications or other treatment
Does the pain throbs when lying down with face on the affected side. Does it interferes with sleep?
Is there any swelling on the gums or outside the mouth (cheek area of affected teeth)
Any discharge of pus or fluid inside the mouth

Please note there are many reasons for dental pain and diagnosis is a key to decide the treatment
Answered: Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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Dentist Dr. Latif's  Response
hi dear\\\
there maybe a number of reasons for this issue, severe pain the tooth is referring to acute pulpitis, and there may be some acute exposure. or if there is pocketing ...
clear picture will be observed when it is clinically seen, the medicines given to you by dentist are good and one thing you add with this is ,do warm saline water gargles few times a day , this will help you reducing the inflammation and pain. regards,
Answered: Sun, 25 Nov 2012
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Dentist Dr. Khushboo Bhatia's  Response
The pain might be there due to gum infection in that area. Plaque and calculus tends to deposit back teeth so the sensitivity and pain might be there due to gum infection. For this, you have to maintain a good oral hygiene by brushing and flossing regularly. You can do warm saline rinses 3-4 times a day to reduce the gum swelling if present in that area. Without clinical examination, it is difficult to comment that what is causing you pain. You can discuss your problem with your dentist.
Answered: Sat, 24 Nov 2012
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Dentist Dr. Gunjan Gupta's  Response

Thanks for writing in.

I read your problem,first of all i would like to tell you pain in your tooth is because of deep infection in your tooth.

Medicines prescribed by your dentist is good,it is effective.

I will suggest you visit your dentist again and ask for an x-ray of the same tooth,if root canal treatment can be done the your tooth will be saved,if the condition of your tooth is worst and can not be saved,go for removal of the same tooth for permanent solution.

Nothing to get worried.

Take care.

Dr. Gunjan Gupta
Answered: Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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