About six months ago, I visited an endodontist to have my two teeth checked. My dentist thought they need a root canal. The said the teeth were just fine, they just needed a crown. I got the temporary crowns two weeks ago. One of the teeth has given me no problem at all aside from a little hot and cold sensitivity in the first few days. The other one, however, seems to be more than sensitive. I get a strong pain everytime I eat anything hot or cold. At first, the pain lasted for few seconds only, but now it lasts for like an hour already. I suspect I need to get a root canal done with it. But is there a possibility that it's just a temporary crown sensitivity? I only want to get a
done if I really need to. I also do not want to get a permanent crown put on, then have to get it replaced again because I do need a canal.
Your answers are highly appreciated.:-)