sarahhh456 Posted March 1, 2017 Share Posted March 1, 2017 I switched and went to see a new dentist about 3 months back and he told me he did not like the way my fillings were looking so he wanted to fix them, plus I had some new cavities that needed fillings themselves. I ended up going back to the dentist 3 times to get fillings replaced because I had a lot. My dentist used some sort of white filling (I used to have silver ones) and once he finished working on the right side of my mouth, I noticed my bite was off. I ended up going back to get it fixed. After about 2 weeks I noticed I was still having pain on that side of my mouth, so I went back again and my dentist did a cold test on my teeth, said he didn't know what was wrong, grinded down the fillings a little more and sent me home. It's been 3 months since I had these fillings replaced and they are still causing problems. Sometimes when I eat and I try to chew, now on either side of my mouth, there's a lot of discomfort. It feels like I am biting down on loose teeth and sometimes it actually hurts. My teeth are also really sensitive to cold water. Has anyone else ever had this problem after getting fillings done? Will this ever go away or do you think something else could be wrong? What should I do? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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