I have constant pain in my front tooth (11). I have not had any trauma to it as of I aware and I take good care of my teeth. I do not have gum disease. There may be a tiny bit of gum recession due to over brushing. The ache is constant. I do not get any pain from cold or hot food or drinks. When I eat the pain seems to disappear, but it is present when I am not doing anything. I can feel it as pulsatile pain. Please help.
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1. Long term micro trauma or hypersensitivity.
2. Deep traumatic bite with lower teeth.
3. Tooth decay not visible to naked eye.
4. Sinusitis referred pain.
IOPA and pulp vitality test.Probable diagnosis:
Pulpal inflammation.Treatment plan:
After investigations, depending on results treatment plan can be formed. You might require root canal treatment and capping.Regarding follow up:
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