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Pain after filling
Dec 23, 2004
... You should not experience pain after a filling. You may experience some temperature sensitivity like hot and cold. If it's a large filling like you described then you may feel some discomfort. If it's a large and DEEP filling and you experience such pain then you may need a root canal. ... (2 replies)
... It sounds like you had a really deep filling that was close to the nerve. Deep fillings that are close to the nerve is always a possible root canal therapy if the filling still hurts. ... (6 replies)
... First off, I should give some background about my oral history. I am 32 and I have had braces on my teeth for almost 2 years now to prep for open bite surgery. The open bite came about after I was given a bite guard that shifted my jaw so badly that none of my teeth aside from the back two molars hit. ... (0 replies)

... I was not having pain before going in, but he said there was a cavity between the teeth and that I should get it taken care of, no prob, right? ... (0 replies)
... So about a week and a half ago I went for some fillings that left me feeling with some pain and sensitivity in my teeth but nothing too bad. A few days after that I woke up in the middle of the night in severe pain in one of the teeth that eventually spread all around the left side of my face. ... (3 replies)
... My dentist wasn't sure how the crack went into the tooth and filling, so he said it would depend now if I feel pain after this crown. He said normal for pain after with the gums around it inflamed, but after if I continue to feel pain. ... (5 replies)
Pain after filling
Jun 19, 2005
... yes it does, what happens in root canal (2 replies)
Pain after filling
Jun 19, 2005
... You might need a root canal, more than just the filling, since the decay might be deeper into the root. Did the dentist put the permanent filling in? ... (2 replies)
... Just to give you an idea of how bad this hurts, I rate natural childbirth a 7 out of 10 for pain and my tooth is about a 12 out of 10. ... (6 replies)
... l of the infection rooted out and the infection is spreading. If it were me, I would not take any chances having the type of increased and troubling symptoms and pain your are experiencing. The pain is telling you that something is definitely wrong, IMHO. ... (3 replies)
... I had a lower left molar with a large amalgam filling, which broke. No pain, but I went to have it fixed. Dentist said it needed a crown and began prep. After beginning he said there was a lot of decay and the tooth needed a root canal. Root canal took three visits, all lengthy. ... (3 replies)
... root and is now causing problems. Get back to the dentist for a look as soon as possible because this much pain isn't really "normal". ... (2 replies)
... I am so miserable and in a lot of pain for months, I have seen several dentists and had root canal done which only made it worse.. please need help. ... (7 replies)
... had an old amalgam filling for about 15 years. ... (0 replies)
... The filling was a compound filling covering the top of the tooth and going down the backside of the tooth. I never had any tooth sensitivity or pain from this tooth with the initial filling. ... (0 replies)
... I hate to tell you this but it sounds like TMJ symptons. For me, It started out with just pain when eating food or pressing my teeth together I felt sharp pain on the new filling tooth. ... (38 replies)
... this could be what is causing the pain when you bite down on hard foods. ... (2 replies)
... As far as adjustments, I never had to pay for one, because that is the dentists fault they did not shape the filling correctly, and I don't htink you should have to either. ... (17 replies)
... All because I had a "funny" feeling after having one cavity done by her. ... (6 replies)
... I would check back with the dentist. Your bite on that tooth might need to be adjusted which is only minor. If you're getting pain when you bite on that tooth it could be into the nerve which may mean root canal. They can do a cold test to help you determine the situation. ... (3 replies)




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