The pain in your mouth and around gum areas can feel generalized, but you’re not sure where it came from. There is a possibility that both an infection of the root canal and the tissue itself are causing your pain.
There may be intermittent pain. You might feel intense pain in their teeth from biting, chewing, or temperature change, but not all of the time. You might also feel that the source of your discomfort comes from multiple teeth rather than one, or that the pain is radiating up over your back molars, though the latter is rare.
Dental pain can be caused by several factors, and it is important to see your dentist to address the underlying problem before they develop an effective treatment plan. These problems won’t disappear, and seeking care is important.