hi have visted my dentist twice with the same complaint sharp pain on and off and sensitive after hot drinks he redone a filling and said it was borderline not bad enough to come out but the tooth never settled so i went back and he discovered it was the tooth beside it and the nerve had died and it was infected he sugested root canal treatment and gave me pencillen i took the tabs but it dident settle it fully ten days after finishing antibotics the pain returned was awke all night with severe pain in my jaw went back to dentist he repeated stage one and gave me more antibotics and anti inflammatory painkillers the pain is severe in my jaw had to take a day off work have to wait untill 11 of august for root canel treatment will this pain continue as its unbearble i asked him to do it early but its an hour long procedure and he have no time available before hand this is going to cost me 250 euros is it normal to have this severe pain.
Sorry, your dentist probably needs to do the root canal in order for you to get some relief. Usually the stage one part of the root canal manages the pain for awhile. You may need to call your dentist and find out what other alternatives you may have.
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