Gold tooth pain, a throbbing pain in the upper right molar (Amalgam lower lice)
Q: I’m a woman in my late 20s. I covered my right upper molar with gold last January. I’ve had cold and throbbing symptoms since about 15 days ago. Actually, I don’t know which tooth hurts. My right lower tooth and molar also have pain. The first molar on the right seems to be gold and the second is amalgam, which is more than 10 years old. I don’t know which tooth is causing pain as the pain continues in my molar teeth. It seems to hurt as the tooth without cavities shakes.
I’m not sure which tooth hurts because I have pain here and there. My teeth feel cold and painful. If I shake it, it shakes a bit. I don’t know if the teacher is sick here and there at the hospital.
The doctor also says that it is not yet time to do neurological treatment, but if it hurts, let’s do it. I had a sit-down because my upper body was not good. I got a three-day prescription for anti-inflammatory medication, so I took it for two days, but I sometimes have pain.
What concerns me is that I’m not sure which tooth I’m having pain in right now. What if my other tooth hurts after the neurological treatment? I don’t even know the doctor.
A: The cause of tooth pain is bad gums or cavities. It is important to make a treatment plan based on the cause through various checks.
If nerve therapy is required for gold-covered teeth, prosthetics must be removed before proceeding, so prosthetics must be produced again after neurotherapy.