Severe, persistent tooth pain, sensitivity to heat, swelling on the gum and pain when touching or biting down on a tooth are symptoms that indicate the potential need for a root canal, according to DentalCareMatters.com.... More »

During the days following a completed root canal, the tooth might feel sensitive because of inflammation, states WebMD. This discomfort can typically be solved with an over-the-counter pain medication such as Advil, Motr... More »

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An infection after a root canal refers to a potentially dangerous infection of the tooth after the procedure due to improper sterilization or sealing. Improper treatment during a root canal operation can lead to bacteria... More »

People with darkened teeth, tender and swollen gums, persistent acne on the gums, extended sensitivity to cold or heat in the mouth, or who experience severe pain when chewing exhibit symptoms indicating that a root cana... More »

Patients typically don't feel pain after a root canal, but they may experience tooth discomfort and sensitivity, as stated by WebMD. Patients can usually relieve the discomfort with an over-the-counter pain reliever, suc... More »

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During the days following a completed root canal, the tooth might feel sensitive because of inflammation, states WebMD. This discomfort can typically be solved with an over-the-counter pain medication such as Advil, Motr... More »

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Symptoms of an abscessed tooth include pain, fever, tooth sensitivity to cold or hot foods or beverages, and foul-smelling breath, according to WebMD. Additional symptoms include a bitter taste in the mouth, swollen glan... More »

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