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Pain - Molars Ask The Dentist Corinne Scalzitti Question:
Pain from chewing in left mandibular first molar: I have sudden pain in my left mandibular first molar only when grinding food, since 3 months.

I can't chew now with the left side. I can't see anything unusual. I had 'full' xrays done and the dentist says he can't seen anything wrong. Should I wait, or see another professional? ... Visitor from AZ

Answer:
I would suggest seeing another dentist. My guess is that the nerve may be dying and you could need a root canal.

Corinne Scalzitti, DMD, MAGD

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