Sensitive teeth after filling
In some cases, patients still experience toothache after filling their teeth. Drilling out the caries and filling the tooth should ensure that the pain stops. People experience toothache for many reasons, but the transmission of pain always works the same way. A nerve is irritated and passes the pain signal on to the brain. Therefore, it may well be that the teeth react sensitively despite caries being removed. The reason is that the nerve takes time to calm down. Here you can read about the other reasons behind sensitive teeth after a tooth filling, how other readers deal with them and how the problem can be solved.