All the teeth when not with each other when I bite together

10. april 2010  
Filed in Teeth

Question:

Hello!

I got the d.2/11 Made a hole, acute with a new,young dentist who is employed in tandlægehuset where else I have had the same dentist for 25 years.She couldn't anaesthetise me properly and had to seek help from a colleague (my own dentist had free). she stuck with the needle about 12 times!!
It turned out that the neighboring tooth also have a little damage on the side (a sølvfyldning on the surface). It was agreed that she should rep. with the same , now since the entire side was stunned!!The whole thing took 2 hours!!!. She have big problems to remove the rind that sat on the tooth to keep the filling with! when she had vrikket and recovered gave the following, with the result that the pliers she used for the purpose, “smaskede” with a “bang” up in the upper teeth, av av.I was saying that it felt as if the tooth was too high, but we agreed that it probably was the anesthesia.But but but.. I had to call - up after some days, to say that it was still too high, and very sore, but was told that could go 2 months. D. 17/11 I was at my own dentist, she can not see that it is too high , the soreness of I know can take 5mdr.”chew with the other side,”she says.I may soon not be any places of pain! sleep with a paragraph. cotton wool between the teeth of that makes much o
ndt to “beat” the above and below-the teeth together. Physically, one can hear that the tooth that has been pulled in the “blades” first together in the mouth, all the other teeth can not “reach” each other, it is sore when “banks” on it, and if I try to chew in the side, which is u-undgåeliigt, since the teeth when together, it makes the not in the other side. I'm thinking about the root can be broken? there is not anything to see on the tooth.or is the hole during the filling is mon not drilled properly?

And hilen karen

Answer:

Dear Karen,

This suggests that the filling is too high, you must have it checked again by the dentist.

Hope you can use my answer.

With kind regards

Dentist Joan Olsen

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Dentistry.dk™ – the Road to healthier teeth

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Should the dentist grinding on a healthy tooth?

25. march 2010  
Filed in Treatment, Teeth

Question:

I have been diagnosed with syreskade on a molar in the undermunden. That was put lacquer on as well as a plastfyldning on top of the old, because there was a hammock, ie. a large recess in the filling. When the dentist had to grind the filling, was the filling to be too high. When the opposite tooth in the mouth not filling and the dentist said that there was much enamel on the tooth, sleb she the healthy tooth to make room for the filling. Is it the correct way to do it? I think it seems wrong to grinding on a healthy tooth without a filling.
Therefore, I ask whether it is the correct approach.

Ulla

Answer:

Dear Ulla,

It must be an individual assessment, your dentist has done, it is a little difficult to answer concretely. But I would like to avoid grinding of healthy tooth to make room for a filling.

Hope you can use my answer.

With kind regards

Dentist Joan Olsen

www.tandpleje.dk/brevkassen

Dentistry.dk™ – the Road to healthier teeth

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Sensitive tooth after new filling

21. October 2009  
Filed in Pain and Anaesthesia, Teeth

Question:

I have 2 weeks ago had a filling in my 5. tooth in right over the mouth (spoken from the center). With the same stunning stopped working, I could feel a significant sensitivity when I chew on it. In addition, I can feel a strong tension in the palate and sometimes also in the tooth. These Symptoms came with the same the anesthesia stopped working and their intensity has not changed in the 2 weeks that have passed since then. Incidentally, may I mention that the tooth is hypersensitive to hot or cold. As well as to the dentist after he had made the filling took time to adjust the filling to my bite. What can mon be the reason ?

Martin

Answer:

Dear Martin,

It may be that the teeth become sensitive after they get a new filling, especially plastic, but if this sensitivity does not disappear, or not to keep out, you must seek out your dentist again.

Hope you can use my answer.

With kind regards

Dentist Joan Olsen

www.tandpleje.dk/brevkassen

Dentistry.dk™ – the Road to healthier teeth

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