In November of 2006 I had bridge work done on my lower teeth (desription) CB RETAINER, PORC/NOBLE, PONTIC, PORCELAIN/NOBLE METAL, AND CROWN, PORC W/NOBLE METAL). I also had a Crown on my Top Molar. Starting in the beginning of January 2007 up until now I have had excruciating pain in my owner teeth into my sinus cavity and my lower teeth where the bridge work was done which radiates into my ear. I have been back to my dentist 4 times - and to my General Practioner (I thought I had a sinus infection) He can't seem to find a problem. I went to a specialist - End. and he performed a root canal on one of my Molars as it showed in the hot/cold test that I needed a root canal on this tooth. . I take pain killers - several kinds - Advil, Aleve, Ibo., and I use Anbesol every single day. The pain is horrible at night - I don't get any sleep. The dentist now feels I may need More Root Canals - where I had the Bridge work done. We are talking thousands of Dollars and they are not sure that this will take care of my problems - Will this pain eventually go away? If the root is infected and I don't have the Root Canals (which I dread) will time take care of this? Any help you can provide me with would be appreciated.
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