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  1. Arti says:

    This secondary pain is transmitted through other nerves that live in the periodontal ligament which is the lining membrane that joins the tooth to the bone. Once all the tissue, including the nerve, in the pulp chamber has died, the pain may temporarily go away; however, the infection will not. At this point, you will start to notice pain when you bite on the tooth. Once infected, the pulp chamber, which encompasses all the living tissue inside the tooth including the nerves, will start to die. Once the root canal treatment is complete, a permanent crown will protect the tooth, as a “temporary” crown is only meant to function for a short period of time. However, because it’s inflammatory in nature, anti-inflammatory drugs which include Ibuprofen can be a fewwhat helpful in relieving the pain. If the nerve in your tooth has died, a root canal treatment will certainly save the tooth and save you pain in the process. This acute pain is intense and comes on very quickly. This scenario describes exactly what happens when deep decay reaches the root canal or the “pulp chamber” in the tooth. A permanent crown should be affixed without delay. After two or three days this acute pain will start to subside (as opposed to chronic pain which lasts a lot longer). If Ibuprofen is not sufficient, a stronger medication may be required and will need to be prescribed by your dentist. If Ibuprofen is not sufficient, a stro

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