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1 5th February 23:19
sagittaria
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About a month ago I had multiple fillings done, including #30 and #31
which included removing 20-yr-old amalgam fillings. The new fillings
were done with composite material. My dentist told me that the amalgam
filling went deeper than he had expected. He said it went between the
teeth (something like that, I am not sure I heard right) and he had to
band #30 while doing the filling, so I should expect some soreness for
the next few days.

It's now a month later, and I still can't chew much on the right side
because it's sore when I put pressure on #30. Is that normal? Should I
call my dentist, or just be patient? If I do call, what should I
expect?


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2 6th February 13:53
wb
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Get an appointment to get your tooth checked.
It could be something as simple as the bite is off
or you may have developed irreversible pulpitis.

Can you post an x-ray of your tooth?

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3 9th February 11:23
sagittaria
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Oh, I get it now, sorry. Cold just causes a brief sensation, not
lingering at all. When I said the pain was lingering in #30 I meant
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4 9th February 11:23
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And the time that sensitivity lasts in second is.... ?
One second of ice appiled to suspect tooth results in
how many seconds of pain...?

Chewing on a bit of deer jerky on your right side #30
results in how many seconds of discomfort ?

Me, if you presented with a symptomatic tooth
endo or extraction would be in your near future.

Irreversible pulpitis does not resolve.

LOL all you want sister, pay the piper later.

My cohorts may readily disagree with me now,
and that is OK by me. But, the long term
prognosis for the majority of symptomatic
pulpal problems is more shallow than bonefish water.


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5 9th February 17:59
joel m. eichen d.d.s.
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Is that while it is still attached to the deer or what?


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6 11th February 12:06
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I imagine it would be more uncomfortable for the deer.

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7 12th February 10:57
steven fawks
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Or the idiot who did the fillings doesn't know how to place a decent
posterior composite......

I hope you're right and I'm wrong.....

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8 12th February 23:21
joel m. eichen d.d.s.
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What it sounds like to me too .......

For the less-talented, a small amount of VitreBond (glassionomer)
under the restoration will do wonders in terms of eliminating post-op
sensitivity ........


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9 14th February 23:27
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Not to be offensive, but the Gluma can go with the GI (I've tried it and
it was certainly no more effective than my regular technique...assuming
a good bonding agent).

:-)
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10 15th February 10:58
joel m. eichen d.d.s.
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Yup, what works, works. Each has his/her own techniques ...... I'd
love to see a large multi-variate study to eliminate each of our
subjective ****yses......

Joel

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