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 Sensitive tooth after cavity filling?

Answer There are a few things this could be, but it's most likely just normal sensitivity. If you know what kind of a filling material the dentist used that can vary the length of time the sensitivity wi... Read More »
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If you have a small cavity in a baby tooth that still has roots on it should you fill the cavity or pull the tooth?

The best thing would be to have a filling put in the tooth. But if the tooth is going to fall out soon, the dentist may recommend pulling it instead. Have it looked at by a dentist and then do what... Read More »
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I had a filling in my tooth yesturday and i still can't eat on the side of my mouth i had the filling.?

As many other respondents have already said It sounds as if there is still a problem there, possibly the hole was not completely filled or a nerve left to near to the air giving you trouble.Answer... Read More »
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First cavity filling :(?

When they use the numbing gel first you hardly feel the needle at all and its just like getting a vaccine its a quick pinch and its done. You dont feel anything really when the needle is in. Don't ... Read More »
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What hurts more A tattoo or a cavity filling?

Hmm, well I've not had a tattoo done before but I've had a few fillings. The shot hurts for like a second. The fillings were no big deal for me. I think you will be just fine.
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