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Crown Irritation

I recently had a crown (permanent) put in, I still have my wisdom teeth that have been trucking there way into my mouth. I do plan on removing the wisdom teeth, which is cause crowding in its self. However, the crown is very sensitive to hot and cold temperatures, and cause a stinging sensation which is highly annoying then later on painful. Which spreads to the whole side of my jaw and at times my front teeth. I'm afraid to confront my dentist, cause he said I may need a root canal. However, I can chew with the crown, so I wouldn't think that I would need a root canal. Is this normal, is this from my wisdoms, or shall I actually be concern instead of annoyed?        
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