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Cause of pain
Aug 20, 2019
... molar back in may with a crown. Root canal was due to sensitivity after prepping the tooth for a crown. The tooth whole top surface was previously filling due to old cavities. After the root canal and crown, no pain after a few days, everything went normal. ... (3 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)
Tooth Sensitivity
Aug 20, 2009
... I went to the dentist for a cleaning late last month, and they said everything seemed fine except that one filling needed to be replaced. A week or two later I got it replaced. ... (5 replies)

... I was wondering if a tooth with a hole in it is due to a cavity? ... (7 replies)
... I had the same problem before. It was an upper back tooth. Long ago it decayed n blah blah I had a filling done. And it was fine for a couple of years. ... (5 replies)
... Hi all, I had an impacted wisdom tooth extracted about 7 weeks ago. ... (3 replies)
... 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)
... But when I pressed for options he said a composite filling in each tooth would serve for now, though eventually I'd need something like an onlay or crown. ... (3 replies)
... Since no one on here knew what i was talking about, i found the answer, finally on dentist number 4 fracture root in the tooth. Either try a root canal and crown it may be too fractured to work, or extraction. I am going towards extraction. Just in case someone in the internet has this exact problem. (1 replies)
... Minor sensitivity is normal for a few weeks after dental work. Extended or severe sensitivity is not normal. ... (7 replies)
... financial reasons, but with the stuck peanut I had to go. The dentist pulled out the peanut and said I had a cavity, which he filled. Because it was in a baby tooth I will never lose he said I would one day have to have is surgically removed and get an implant. He said it could be a few months or even a few years. ... (0 replies)
... for a couple of weeks. Some discomfort is normal for up to 3 months, however it should be gradually lessening over time. If pain or sensitivity is intensifying at any point, see your dentist. Good luck! ... (2 replies)
... pain might be coming from where I had all that dental work done. The facial pain was occuring before I even had the dental work done. Maybe the sensitivity was from the dental work because that didn't happen until recently. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks for your reply Stoler99. The pain from the wisdom tooth extraction pretty much disappeared after 4 weeks except for mild sensitivity to cold when I flushed food out of the socket. ... (3 replies)
... The pain is there most of the time unless I take pain pills but it only gets extreme so many times out of a month. The pain goes around my mouth like there's a sensitivity in every one of my teeth. ... (7 replies)
... Just got my amalgram filling switched out to a tooth colored filling. ... (2 replies)
... for some reason. Strangely enough a good friend of ours is raving about the dental school in Baltimore. I want to check them out for my wisdom tooth that I need pulled sometime in April. My friends wife had all hers pulled there and he recently had a bit of work done, fillings and a root canal. ... (64 replies)
... minutes. If you do that often enough, it should help you a lot. It is also possible for the dentist to bond in a tooth colored filling in the area if you would like permanent relief. ... (4 replies)
... A few weeks ago my 3 year old had a baby root canal. Last year he fell and chipped his tooth, they filled in and now the root was touching the filling and dying. So they did a baby root canal and all went fine. ... (0 replies)
... An easy test is drink very cold water, if the pain lingers for more than 10 seconds the nerve is dieing and will need a root canal to be saved. More sensitive than the rest of your teeth, but not with long lingering, the nerve is irritated, but can be saved with a filling. Either way, it would be good to get it treated asap as this process, once started, can progress in a... (7 replies)


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