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Toothache by pressing filling teeth
Constant toothache after filling teeth with cement. Is it normal which persist many days. By What we can stop this .
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Most likely the filling was too close to the nerve and that's why it's become sensitive.
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You will most likely only settle after a root canal
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If the filling has been done 2-3 days before then it's normal but if it's more than that u need to for a root canal
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Visit your dentist and check for high points, sometimes high points in the filling material can provoke pain
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Filling would be very close to to nerve that is why it is uncomfortable. You would need a root canal treatment for this.
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