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one of my fillings appears to have a black outline and the silver part is pinkish in color...no pain no swelling
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Had an occlusal compostite restoration the other day on LL6 & had an ID block for it obviously ha It just hurts like absolute hell where I had the injection & below my TMJ on the left side (Hello yes, I am a Dental Nurse haha) Its been a few days now & idk, SHOULD IT BE THIS PAINFUL AHH I can only open my mouth about an inch & a half until it feels really tight & way too painful Id go back to my dentist but theyre full rn or I...
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I had a large filling fall out and a day or so later part of the tooth came away too. Should I have been charged the band 2 sum or been treated as an emergency under band 1
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I had a filling in 1 of my molars and less than a week later the dentist had to remove the same tooth, I paid 70 for the filling and another 50 to have the same tooth removed less than a week later is this right? I'm also having problems with another tooth I had filled less than 6months later! I'm not happy about this at all!
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I had a filling in 1 of my molars and less than a week later the dentist had to remove the same tooth, I paid 70 for the filling and another 50 to have the same tooth removed less than a week later is this right? I'm also having problems with another tooth I had filled less than 6months later! I'm not happy about this at all!
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I had fillings on some molars 5 months ago and the dentist says they now need replacing as they have gone soft and it's caused by acid erosion. Can this really be true? I don't believe I consume a lot of high acidity foods.
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I've lost a rather large filling in my upper molar leaving me with not much tooth left. I had no pain, but went to my NHS dentist who has given me 3 choices - restoration work on private, or a crown, or a filling (which he doesnt know how long will last). Since I am able to crown my teeth abroad, - have opted for a filling from this dentist. On my next visit he put in what he called an intermediate filling, but without cleanin...
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Hi there, I'm 24, and need lots of fillings. I was meant to have 3 today, but only half got done, because even after 3 anesthetic injections, my teeth are so sensitive that when they drilled a hole to fill one of my teeth, it was excruciatingly painful. I was wondering whether I can be put to sleep for these on the nhs, as I have no money, and I really can not have this done unless I am.
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I got my first filling in my adult teeth a few years ago in my molar. I've had it replaced 2 or 3 times due to pain/sensitivity. Since the last time I had it there have been some days where it's been sensitive or painful but majority of the time fine. It became sensitive recently and I could feel part of the filling was missing. The dentist filled it back in for me 9 days ago from today. Since I had ground down the filling fro...
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The golden inlay from one of my lower molars came off six months ago. The NHS dentist put it back in four months ago but saw decay underneath the inlay. I was told to fix the decay and get a new inlay. I have had no symptoms whatsoever at any stage. What will happen if I just leave it as it is? I haven't needed a filling for several years. Many, many thanks.