biting pain and sensitivity after 5 months of permanent filling

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    alok

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    I had a slight sensitivity in one of the molars . Dentist said it was a cavity and cavity was filled with temporary filling and subsequently with permanent filling. But after the filling that tooth was slightly sensitive towards cold or sweet things but was bearable. I was feeling uneasy while biting food on that area but was adjustable. But after 5 months that tooth is very sensitive and biting on that tooth is not possible because it is causing pain during chewing. So I am using the opposite side of mouth. please help me about the problem.
     
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    alok, Dec 24, 2015
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    Bob22

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    I'm not a dentist but i had a similar problem (although yours sounds more severe) and it was a cracked tooth. I needed a crown and i may need a RCT depending on how that goes (it still has some discomfort when i eat hard food). Perhaps that is what you have
     
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