Heat and cold sensitive tooth (teeth, dentist)

Heat and cold sensitive tooth (teeth, dentist)

Tooth sensitive to heat and cold

I recently had a dentist appointment where the restoration was made for me a few days ago, this tooth is now extremely sensitive to heat and cold. I notice when I eat something warm or when I brush my teeth with cold water in the morning. I’ve never had anything like it.

Is this normal after visiting the dentist? Does that go away again or do I have to do something about it effectively (such as a special toothpaste)?

PS: My dentist is closed today, I can’t reach anyone.

2 answers

I already had. Your nerve is very irritated because the treatment is not without it and it is constantly irritated. Wait a few more days

Possibly a so-called preparation trauma. Filling too close to the nerve or missing underfilling. Talk to the dentist. Toothpaste doesn’t help.

What is an underfill?

I had that a year ago, and problems lasted for over 6 months, then it eased somewhat. I changed the doctor and said that the filling on top was not ground down enough.

now a seal has broken out again and I don’t want to go through it again for several months. What should I point out to the doc beforehand ?

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