Toothache. It's not uncommon to have sensitivity following the placement of a filling, especially to cold. If it aches on it's own it might indicate that the bite needs to be adjusted. The greater the intensity, frequency ; duration of the ache, the more likely it might require root canal therapy. See your dentist asap for an evaluation of the tooth. It might be a quick simple fix or something more serious!
Dentist can recheck. A dentist can re-evaluate a tooth if there is pain after a cavity filling. The dentist can see if there is an infection or some other reason for the pain. An endodontist can check for problems with the root of the tooth, and give an opinion on whether a root canal is needed. Meanwhile, the pain medicine recommended by one's dentist, or over-the-counter pain medicine, can help with the ache.
See the dentist... Perhaps the filling is too high and is supporting your bite too much. Perhaps something else is going on. Your dentist knows the most about this tooth. Please try to get assistance from the treating dentist. Perhaps the filling needs a slight adjustment?
Go back to dentist. Probably the cavity was close to the nerve of the tooth. Usually the sensitivity will resolve. If not then a root canal may be needed. However, have your dentist evaluate the tooth.
Possible. After a filling, a tooth may hurt from the trauma from removing decay, or the bite needs to be adjusted. Go back to your dentist to have it checked.
Contact your dentist. Some sensitivity is normal after any restoration. Usually 2-3 days of decreasing sensitivity. Tylenol, (acetaminophen) aspirin, or Ibuprofen can be used for mild to moderate discomfort. But if the intensity of pain is more severe, you must contact your dentist and make arrangements to have it checked.
OTC pain meds. You should not have pain after composite fillings. Typically the pain is from the injection sites which goes away after a few days. In the meantime any otc pain medicine like Motrin should help. If you are having pain in the tooth it could mean the filling was really close to the nerve and a root canal may be needed, or the bite may be too high and needs to be adjusted.
Need to see Dentist. Please see the dentist who filled the tooth asap... One possibility is that the filling is high. A slight adjustment may resolve it completely. Or... The filling may be very close to the nerve. This can lead to a root canal or loss of your tooth. Aleve, (naproxen) advil, Motrin or for more holistic patients, arnica can be helpful to reduce swelling and pain temporarily.
Time frame. Newly placed composites in teeth can cause the teeth to be sore for awhile. If the pain persists, then I would get back to the dentist. If the filling was deep, and near the nerve, there could be a potential nerve involvement. Also, if the filling is high in bite (you are hitting the area first before the other teeth,) the filling may need to be adjusted.
Not normal. Not normal. See dentist for exam to figure out reason.
Depends. Depends on the pain but it is common to have some sensitivity done after "most" fillings independent on what material or techniques was used. For slight to mild pain I would just use ibuprofen etc to handle any inflammation/pain. For moderate to severe I would still take the ibu but at max dose (800mg every 6hrs) and schedule with the DR that did the work asap....It could be simple bite issues.
I have tooth pain 3 mos. After cavity filling. Dr. Examined it, saw nothing wrong, but pain persists. Seems to travel since I can't tell which tooth is?
Something is amiss. If the pain started right after a tooth was restored, then there is a really strong chance that it is that tooth. It can also be a different one, but your denist needs to isolate the tooth, since this can't be diagnosed over the internet. An endodontist in your area may be able to help you if your dentist can't.
RCT? Dr. Davantzis gave you a great answer. What you are feeling is not uncommon. Sometimes it takes the nerve in a tooth to act up, and this can come and go. It sounds like you may well need root canal therapy on that tooth, although it could be another tooth or multiple problems. It could even be bruxism. Consider seeing another dentist or an endodontist if your dentist can't solve the problem.
See an endodontist. I would suggest for you to seek an endodontic evaluation by an endodontist (root canal specialist). The endodontist would be able to evaluate the tooth properly and inform you of the cause of discomfort and recommend the treatment of choice.
See your dentist. A tooth pain won't go away without treatment and the infection may spread to your jaw, cheeks, sinus and to other areas of your head and neck. You can use Tylenol (acetaminophen) for pain control. See a dentist ASAP for assessment and treatment.
Second opinion. If the dentist tells you nothing is wrong with the tooth, seek another opinion - from an endodontist.
Why does my new filling hurt? I got a new filling last week, and starting about three days ago I noticed a constant dull ache coming from that tooth. It didn't feel like this when the cavity was there, and I've never experienced something like this with o
Sight. Sight unseen, it sounds like you filling was a little deep, or it could be that your bite is a little high. It the tooth sensitive to hot and cold, or does it hurt more when you bite down on it? The nerve in your tooth was slightly traumatized when the decay was cleaned out. The deeper the cavity, the more the trauma. It is not uncommon for the tooth to have been asymptomatic before you had the filling placed. Patients equate pain with a problem... Many times there are problems without pain. A visit to your dentist to check it out is your best bet for an accurate evaluation.
It. It is common to have a sensitivity after a deep filling. Talk to your dentist and let him check the tooth. If there is no throbbing pain and the tooth is only sensitive to cold or chewing the sensitivity might go away. If you experience throbbing spontaneous pain you might have irreversible inflammation of your nerve and might need a consult with the root canal specialist. Check with your dentist.
If. If the cavity is extensive, the bulk of a restoration especially silver fillings can put pressure on the walls of the teeth during biting and chewing. Stress is aggravated if there is hyperocclusion and interference on lateral movement when grinding (bruxism), that can lead to crack tooth syndrome (reversible or irreversible). If the pain is dull and continuous, the nerve may already be damaged. Regular visit to the dentist and have small cavities restored, can avoid expensive procedures later on. Sometimes, when patients cannot afford a crown/s, an alternative treatment becomes an option, which in the long run, is not the best way to save money. Please notify your dentist asap.
A Dentist. Generally dental pain arises with the inflammation from infection. This inflammatory pain responds well to the normal naids like Ibuprofen and naproxen. If you let the infection go, it can spread into the bone, sinuses or the brain. A dentist will clean out the infection and seal the source of infection if possible. You also probably need an old fashioned antibiotice like pennicilin.
Ibuprofen. As temporary relief for the toothache use Ibuprofen (motrin) but it is very important to see your dentist as soon as possible.
Many things. You could have periodontal disease, cracked tooth syndrome, night time grinding, sinus infection, or any number of other things. Sounds like you need to see a dentist to have your pain diagnosed to find the answer in your specific case.
See a dentist. Hard to say what the problem is, over the internet.
See a dentist. See a dentist who can determine the cause of your tooth pain and then suggest the proper treatment. Whether or not you have a filling in the tooth the possible causes of pain are many.
What to do -. Short term solution : take Motrin or Advil, brush tooth gently and rinse with warm water, avoid sweet and sticky foods, avoid acidic drinks like soda. Long term solution: see you dentist to have the tooth evaluated and retreated as needed.
Pain. Fillings have life spans, they don't last forever. There can be many reasons for your toothache, most of which are not related to whether or not you have a filling in a tooth. Please see your Dentist for an examination to determine the cause of the pain, and the appropriate treatment plan.
Get it filled. Call a dentist and schedule an appointment to have this tooth evaluated and treated. In the meantime avoid sweets and chewing on the tooth. Use ibuprophen for the pain. Call the dentist asap. It will not get better without treatment.
See dentist. A cavity is an infection that has destroyed part of the tooth. If it enters the blood stream, can have serious consequences. Pain is your bodies way of telling you there's something wrong. Pain killers will not cure problem, only mask symptoms as infection spreads. You can't fix this yourself, get professional help immediately.
Can I take my hydrocodone for my tooth ache after I have took my one miligram Xanax (alprazolam) four hours earlier I have a tooth that has a cavity
Central. Central nervous system and/or respiratory-depressant effects may be additively or synergistically increased in patients taking multiple drugs that cause these effects, especially in elderly or debilitated patients. Did your dentist prescibe your pain medication for you? Is your toothache following a dental procedure, or are you self medicating without being treated? Consult with the doctor who wrote this prescription. If your toothache has not been evaluated by a dentist, then I suggest you see a dentist to treat your problem.
If. If your tooth has a cavity I would recommend a thorough exam by a dentist and most probably if you have such a strong pain you might need a root canal or extraction. Your tooth is probably infected. Don't wait till you have an abscess. Infection can get to your heart and brain. Taking pain meds is a solution for no longer than 1 day. Be careful not to overdose on pain meds and not to mix xanax (alprazolam) and hydrocodone.
Here. Here is the bottom line, and I quote from the drugs. Com whose url is posted below: monitor: central nervous system- and/or respiratory-depressant effects may be additively or synergistically increased in patients taking multiple drugs that cause these effects, especially in elderly or debilitated patients. Management: during concomitant use of these drugs, patients should be monitored for potentially excessive or prolonged CNS and respiratory depression. Ambulatory patients should be counseled to avoid hazardous activities requiring mental alertness and motor coordination until they know how these agents affect them, and to notify their physician if they experience excessive or prolonged CNS effects that interfere with their normal activities. So you are at risk taking these two drugs together and you should really contact your dentist and have the toot ache taken care of as soon as possible.