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You need to get a crown or get the tooth removed. My husband had the same problem and they put in a crown. It's super expensive, but it takes care of the pain. If you don't have insurance, you can always try the discount dental plans at Careington.com or look up a free dental clinic. Most areas have the free dental clinics and some dental schools give reduced price charges to let their students work on you under the supervision of a professional dentist. Some dentists can work out payment plans, too. Carecredit is a popular payment plan credit provider.
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