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... I've been following the posts on deep fillings and root canals hurting for weeks and sometimes months after they're done. I had a deep filling done about 6 weeks ago and for the first few days it was fine, then it started hurting off and on. ... (7 replies)
... ok, i noticed it bothers me more at night time, must be the temperature change, does anybody have any idea how long it takes the nerve to settle down after a deep filling? ... (6 replies)
... I answered it also, but I see you came to this one first. As I stated in the other one, from what you describe, it sounds to me like the nerve may be slowly healing on it's own, even though yes, you are in alot of pain. ... (15 replies)

... just having ONE deep filling was enough to cause my tooth to hurt like hell for two months. Can you imagine what two fillings will do? ... (5 replies)
... I recently had a root canal done last week, and had a similar operation. They put a big filling on. My dentist though said to come back later when my tooth isnt sore to put a crown on it. ... (7 replies)
... If the tooth was beginning to abcess, you would know it. For many people, it's the worst toothache they have ever had. I've had women tell me they would rather give birth a few more times than feel the pain of an abcessed tooth. If the nerve in the tooth was dying, you would most often feel pain in the tooth pretty much 24/7. Many people experience swelling or the tooth... (7 replies)
... to go! If the tooth reacts badly to hot, the nerve is definately dying. It's a good sign that the pain is controlled by Tylenol. Good luck. ... (7 replies)
... I didn't have the nerve to try ice. So this is a good thing, right? ... (7 replies)
... n usually you get a funny taste coming from the tooth, you can get some swelling. Try putting some ice or anything cold on the tooth. if it reacts that means the nerve is still alive and you probably don't have an infection. ... (7 replies)
... I had a deep filling on one of my back teeth. ... (15 replies)
... I would like to know this, too. I just had a deep filling done about 4 weeks ago, and it too was fine for the first few days, then started hurting off and on. ... (15 replies)
... The pain that people feel after a deep filling has been done is due to the fact that the dentist is working in the soft part of the tooth. This area is very sensitive. ... (15 replies)
... Our dental budget will be pretty much maxed out after I get all that and the retreatment of the front tooth and the wisdom teeth. My husband will probably need a deep cleaning and some old fillings replaced, hopefully no root canal for him. ... (82 replies)
Pain after filling
Dec 24, 2004
... I had this happen last week after a deep molar filling the electric shocks have finally stopped but i am still a little worried about the tooth. ... (2 replies)
... ormed that that tooth may be a future root canal he is doing the right thing. The other possibility would be if you had a tiny shallow cavity and he drilled very deep unnecessarily and put in a deep filling for you then he is practicing unethically. ... (6 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. I hope they told you if that is the case. ... (6 replies)
... A deep filling can injure or inflame a tooth nerve, and that pain goes down into the jaw and the rest of the nerves into the jaw. ... (2 replies)
... painkillers to kick in. I saw my dentist 2 times since 3.5 weeks ago to complain. He said to wait six weeks then come back. I asked him about infection, possible nerve damage, maybe the root is dieing, he took an xray and said no no no its healing. My throat is absolutely swollen and my jaw is aching. ... (2 replies)
... During drilling and filling, the tooth is subjected to multiple mechanical and chemical traumata which may first inflame and eventually spell the death of the pulp and thus the tooth. Damage to the pulp of the tooth and its eventual death can occur by a number of pathways.High-speed drilling, drilling to fast, and Removing the enamel and making the micro-cracks in the dentine... (12 replies)
... Thank you, for your input. I did not have a root canal, but it's not comparable because your tooth might have been tender, after a root canal the nerve is not functional. ... (12 replies)




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