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I have a partner who is in severe pain from tooth ache and

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hi there, i have a partner who is in severe pain from tooth ache and he has taken the maximum amount of pain killers he can have, do you have another other ideas for us to get the pain away?
Assistant: Is the pain consistent, or does it fluctuate?
Customer: consistent
Assistant: Anything else in your medical history you think the Doctor should know?
Customer: no

Hello -

 

Unfortunately, if the pain medication isn't controlling the pain -- he needs to go see a dentist here.

 

If he is at the maximum amount of pain killers -- there's not much one can do -- except find, and treat the source of the problem here.

Severe pain in a tooth needs to have issues like an abscess ruled out.

Customer: replied 4 days ago.
we went to the dentist today and she said that she can only give us painkillers to see if it will go away

The dentist did not know the reason for the pain?

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