I had a done through a crown 6 months ago. It was in my first molar at the bottom left side, which was crowned 5 years ago. My regular dentist first performed the root canal. Since the throbbing pain did not go away, she referred me to an endodontist.
The endo found a nerve tissue in the tooth. He said I had calcified blockages, which were very difficult for an ordinary dentist to reach. He completed the canal treatment. Several weeks had passed but the tooth on the front side is still very painful to touch. I can chew anything on this tooth without any pain though. But when I push the front of it sideways, it would send me through the roof.
Both the and dentist said everything was fine with the tooth. They can’t understand why the front part of the tooth hurts. Does anyone know what’s causing the pain? If I will have the crown replaced, will it solve the problem? Thank you in advance for any information.