Oral Health

Question
Posted by: Vic | 2010/04/22

Q.

Fillings

Hi there,

I had my fillings in October last year bt snce then my teeth are sensitive and i havnt been able to chew on that side. what cud be the prolem??

Thanks

Expert's Reply

A.

Oral health expert

the fillings could be high or "leaking" causing the sensitivty- see your dentist to corrct the problem

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Posted by: Anonymous | 2010/06/29

Hey, I also had the same problem last year in August . Even today I''m scared to go to the Dentist just to clean my teeth because of the pains I had experienced. I also went back because I couldn''t drink water(I mean tap water!), eat properly and chew things. You need to go back to the Dentist, he/she will sort the problem out although it''s not a nice job!!!

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Posted by: dental expert | 2010/04/22

the fillings could be high or "leaking" causing the sensitivty- see your dentist to corrct the problem

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