Pressure pain on replacement resin filling

Discussion in 'Dental Archive' started by JHarville, Sep 25, 2003.

  1. JHarville

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    About a month and a half ago a part of a large resin filling on one of my
    bottom molars came off. It was a tiny part and I had to point it out to my
    dentist. I had no pain at all in the tooth, and I could eat normaly with it,
    it only hurt when he pressed down directly onto the missing portion with a
    probe. The missing portion was refilled yesterday and now I'm having an
    occasional sharp pressure pain when biting on the tooth. Is this normal?
    There is no temperature sensitivity. I will be getting two more fillings
    done sometime next month, I am thinking about just going to back to amalgam.
     
    JHarville, Sep 25, 2003
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