Fracture tooth molars nerve therapy 3 months later pain
Q: I’m a woman in my early 30s. Three months ago, I covered my cracked teeth, the upper left molar, with gold after neuro therapy. Unlike other teeth after treatment, I had insufficient pain when tapping my teeth with my hands, but I decided to watch because my teeth were sensitive due to neurological treatment.
I haven’t been unable to eat it for three months because of pain, but I ate hot budae jjigae a few days ago, and my teeth hurt and hurt. I went home and had dinner, and I was sick even when I chewed, so I ate with other teeth.
The most noticeable symptoms are hotness when cold or hot things touch, and pain when food is chewed, but pain after about a second after chewing. Now, I sometimes get pain even if food doesn’t go in.
I went to the dentist where I treated my teeth, and I got an X-ray.
My doctor told me that the neurological treatment went well, and that the cracked teeth could be like that, so let’s wait and see for a month.
The most curious thing is that I did nerve therapy, and I covered my cracked molar with gold, could it hurt because of the crack? Is it because of the wrong cover? You don’t feel sick when you do neuro therapy, do you?
A: For teeth that are very cracked, there may be some discomfort when chewing even if neurological treatment is performed.
Reaction to cold or hot water is likely to be other teeth. Talk to your doctor and diagnose your other teeth carefully.