Pain after crown treatment, tooth removal, early tooth decay?
Q: I’m a woman in my mid-30s. Twelve years ago, I covered three molars with gold teeth. One molar in the middle was removed, both teeth were sharpened and trimmed, and three gold teeth were connected for crown treatment.
Not long ago, a small drop of glue was observed from a prosthesis on one side of the molar. The old prosthesis was removed to re-produce. The dentist said you don’t need a cavity treatment. They said we don’t need to do neuro therapy. I thought it was because you said you were going to set a model next time.
When I visited there afterwards, I didn’t know what treatment I was doing suddenly after leaving the mold, but my teeth were unbearably cold even though I was clearly anesthetized.
After the treatment, the doctor left. I had no choice but to ask the nurse. What kind of treatment is it that your teeth are so cold that you can’t stand? The nurse said she had her teeth removed before gold. He said there was no need for neurological treatment.
Two days later, I started to feel a throbbing and aching pain. There was no explanation at the hospital.
I had temporary teeth three days later. I called the dentist because I was frustrated and he said it would sink soon. It can take a month or half a year depending on the person.
I suffered from severe pain for about a week, but my condition got better. But after about 15 days, it started to hurt again.
I visited a nearby dentist and they said I need to get a cavity treated. It’s not a cavity, but it was dark and yellow between the teeth. It was very cold to touch it.
You have to scratch this part out, and it’s better to do it now because you might get neurological treatment later. It’s in the early stages of cavities.
I’m very confused because the diagnosis is completely different from the first hospital I went to. After removing white gum or something from the dark yellow spot. At the end, three days later or a week later, the clippers and the lower teeth need to be shaved off again before crowning with gold teeth. It’s because the teeth are high and the thickness of the prosthetic iron needs to go in at least a millimeter.
When I asked my acquaintance, the hospital first shaved the teeth in consideration of the thickness of the prosthetic iron, but the reason why the hospital I went to later cut the teeth again is because it has to match the thickness of the prosthetic iron. I also had a question and I should have looked more carefully at the hospitals on both sides where I had different opinions and diagnoses. It’s too late, so what should I do at a time like this? I’m worried about getting my teeth shaved again. I already had it cut 12 years ago and I didn’t have any symptoms of it, so I’ve been using it well for more than 10 years. I’m suffering from pain from it being cut again. Can’t I do it without cutting it again?
The hospital I went to first said I don’t need to get cavities, and the hospital I went to later said I needed to get cavities, and I touched the part that turned dark yellow, and it was so hot that I couldn’t even touch it. Is it right to treat this part?
Three days later or a week later, if you’re going to shave it off anyway, why solder? I’m not sure about both places. For your information, there is nothing wrong with the roots.
A: Neurocure can cause damage or infection to the nerves and vessels of the dimension (in-teeth neural tissue) if the cavity progresses deeply inside the tooth, if the tooth is broken or cracked due to impact, or if the tooth is severely worn.
Removing infected tissue by inflammation and filling the empty space with dental materials is called neurological treatment.
This can be caused by severe tooth decay, infecting nerves, breaking teeth, exposing nerves, inflammating tooth roots, cutting teeth to cover them, leaving them in a state of fine cracks, missing fillings, and other nerve damage. It would be better to decide on treatment after diagnosing with radiography.